Poulin: “Free access to law” and “Open Data” – Similarities and Differences

Slides are available of Professor Dr. Daniel Poulin‘s presentation entitled “Free access to law” and “Open Data” – Similarities and Differences, given 19 November 2013 as part of the AustLII Research Seminars, at the AustLII offices at the University of Technology, Sydney.

Here is the abstract:

This presentation will compare “Free access to law” with “Open Data” approaches, bringing out their similarities and differences. It will consider the development of the Free Access to Law Movement (FALM) over the last decade since the adoption of the Montreal Declaration on Free Access to Law, and the extent to which various of the FALM members embody these differing approaches.

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