Tag Archives: Legislative communication systems

British Parliamentary Commission issues call for evidence on “Making laws in a digital age”

In the British Parliament, the Speaker’s Commission on Digital Democracy has issued a call for evidence regarding “Making laws in a digital age”. Here are excerpts of the announcement: In March 2014 the Commission is collecting evidence for the first … Continue reading

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Yavorosky: Predicting the effect of public comments on administrative rules

Bart Mykolas Yavorosky has posted the full text of his Ph.D. dissertation entitled Comparing Apples: Predicting the effect of public comments on administrative rules (Virginia Tech, 2014). Here is the abstract: This dissertation addresses three questions about administrative rulemaking: Do … Continue reading

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Legal projects at DREAMer Hackathon

At least three law-related projects were worked on at DREAMer Hackathon, held 22 November 2013 in Mountain View, California, USA. Some of the projects are described here. The Twitter hashtag for the event was #DREAMerhack Click here for archived Twitter … Continue reading

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