The EuroLII Observatory promotes free access to law in the EU member states.
Here is the mission statement:
The EuroLII Observatory provides not only basic, up-to date information about policies, and standards developments, but also stimulate analyses and discussions. This is a major contribution to public discourse.
Therefore the EuroLII Observatory is a key tool for reflecting on future prospects of free access to law across Europe and developing evidence-based policy making in the EU’s Area of Freedom, Security and Justice.
The Observatory has been launched to:
- improve cooperation in developing free access to legal information in the EU dimension
- identify and spread best practice strategies and enforcement techniques from both the public as well as the private sector
- help raise public awareness about the need of free access to law.
For more details, please see the site.