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The revolution will be crowdsourced. If you have a passion for free access to the law and a love of legal research, come join the WeCite Movement and help us build a free legal citator.
In partnership with the Columbia Society for Law, Science and Technology, and the Stanford Center for Legal Informatics, the WeCite Project will be having an event at Columbia Law School. Come to:
- lend your expertise to the design of the next generation of citator
- meet people who share the love
- meet leading minds in the field of legal informatics and legal research
- eat drink and be merry
What: WeCite Launch Event
Who: The WeCite project is co-sponsored by the Stanford Center for Legal Informatics and Casetext. The Wecite launch event is hosted in partnership with the Columbia Society for Law, Science and Technology. The event is open to law school professors, librarians and legal informatics specialists, attorneys, and law students.
When: March 26, 2014, 6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
Where: Columbia Law School, Jerome Greene Hall Room 104
Please bring your appetite and your laptop< […]
Jake Heller of Casetext says that the the organizers of WeCite intend for the citator to be consistent with the LegalCiteM legal citation markup standard being developed under the auspices of OASIS.