Abstracts of legal informatics papers accepted for ECEG 2014

Abstracts of at least four legal informatics papers are among the list of those accepted for ECEG 2014: European Conference on eGovernment, to be held 12-13 June 2014 in Brasov, Romania:

  • The Use of Social Networks to Enhance E-Participation in the Policy Making in Arab Spring Countries
  • The Legislature and Citizens’ Representation – Imperative of e-parliament for African Democratic States
  • E-legislation for Citizens – Open Access to Online Legal Information
  • Building the Rule of Law in the Virtual Agora

The names of the authors of each abstract have not been disclosed.

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One Response to Abstracts of legal informatics papers accepted for ECEG 2014

  1. Only one legal informatics paper appears to have gained final acceptance to ECEG 2014: European Conference on eGovernment:

    Cornelia Ana-Maria and Cristinel Ioan Murzea: “E-Legislation for Citizens – Open Access to Indexed Legal Information Available Online”

    Preliminary program: http://academic-conferences.org/pdfs/ECEG_2014-timetable-0312-BR.pdf

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