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Papers on computational legislative studies at APSA 2013

At least three papers on computational legislative studies will be given at a program on New Methodologies in Legislative Studies, chaired by Professor Dr. Will Lowe of Harvard University, to be held 13 August 2013 at APSA 2013: The American … Continue reading

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Sutherland on Using Data to Leverage Access to Justice

Sarah Sutherland, MLIS, of CanLII, has posted Using Data to Leverage Access to Justice, at Slaw.ca. Here are excerpts from the post: In “Measuring Effectiveness of Access to Justice Initiatives,” a panel discussion [at the Canadian Bar Association’s Envisioning Equal … Continue reading

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Davidson on Law Library Assessment

Professor Stephanie Davidson, Head of Public Services at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Law Library, has published a very interesting discussion of assessment in law libraries, entitled Surveying is Hard, on the VoxPopuLII blog. Professor Davidson discusses the advantages … Continue reading

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