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Your Next CIO Is a Librarian

From www.slaw.ca

As law firms tackle the new reality of the economy and the changes being demanded by corporate clients, they should look to those within the firms who are already well-versed in strategy for business change: librarians.
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Search Engines and the Right to Be Forgotten

From www.slaw.ca

Some time ago it was reported that a Spanish court had ordered Google to delete records of people’s private information on the ground that the applicable privacy laws gave them a ‘right to be forgotten’.
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MOOCs: What Are They Good For?

From www.slaw.ca

Massive open online courses or MOOCs seem to be popping up everywhere. I first noticed the term in the advance flyer for Law via the Internet 2013.
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Legal Drafting: A Beginner’s Guide

From blogs.loc.gov

This post was co-authored by Barbara Bavis and Robert Brammer, Legal Reference Librarians.
Legal drafting is a very structured method of writing that can prove intimidating to the uninitiated.
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Un e-book vous appartient-il ? Pas vraiment

From www.precisement.org

Juste quelques pages à lire qui expliquent et illustrent clairement avec les conditions générales de vente/utilisation (CGV/CGU) les limites de copie et transmission des fichiers informatiques que sont les livres, morceaux de musique et films...
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Dalloz.fr évolue

From fr.groups.yahoo.com

Chers tous,   La base Dalloz.fr va prochainement évoluer et sera en principe mise en ligne dès lundi prochain.   La nouvelle page d’accueil sera
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Icônes « Avocat » et « Elève-avocat » | SketchLex – Visualiser le droit PI + TIC

From sketchlex.com

Icônes représentant un avocat, une avocate, un élève-avocat et une élève-avocate
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LaTeX for Lawyers v0.1 | Joseph Mornin

From www.mornin.org

I've been thinking about how to use LaTeX (pronounced law-tech) for legal
writing. I plan to do a longer writeup soon, but in the meantime, here are
some sketchy ideas on why lawyers might like it.
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Nota Bene: The Picture of Legal Research – Ravel

From notabeneuh.blogspot.com.au

There is a new player in the electronic legal research world; its name is Ravel and it wants to do for legal research what television did for radio: make it visual.

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Ravel: Unravel the Law

From www.ravellaw.com

Ravel provides lawyers and students with radically better search tools. Quickly find cases, understand how they’re interpreted, and collaborate with peers.
Stéphane Cottin's comment, July 11, 2013 2:59 AM
Data vizualisation

Resources and Treasures of the Italian Parliamentary Libraries | In Custodia Legis: Law Librarians of Congress

From blogs.loc.gov

This In Custodia Legis post highlights the internal organization and the bibliographical resources of the Italian parliamentary libraries, with an emphasis on the Chamber of Deputies' Library.
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L'information légale et administrative en ligne frôle les 250 millions ... - Localtis.info

From www.localtis.info

L'information légale et administrative en ligne frôle les 250 millions ...
AVIJED's curator insight, July 11, 2013 2:27 AM

Bravo à la DILA pour la transparence de son rapport et sa contribution sans équivalent à l'accès au droit en France

MOOCs and Legal Education: Valuable Innovation or Looming Disaster? by Philip G. Schrag :: SSRN

From papers.ssrn.com

Massive open online courses (MOOCs) have spread across the landscape of higher education like an invasive plant species. Although few people had heard of MOOCs
Stéphane Cottin:

... "But it may be the only way in which most law schools can survive. "

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Global Tables of Data Privacy Laws and Bills (3rd Ed, June 2013) by Graham Greenleaf :: SSRN

From papers.ssrn.com

There are now 99 countries with data privacy laws as at mid-2013. A further 21 countries are known to have official Bills before their legislatures or under gov
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Are You on Any Good Email Lists?

From www.slaw.ca

Around for more than thirty years and often mistakenly* called "listservs," email lists were for a long time the most productive way for groups of people to argue and exchange ideas on the internet.
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New Supreme Court of Canada Website

From www.slaw.ca

The Supreme Court of Canada launched a new design for its website a couple of weeks ago. According to Michel-Adrien Sheppard, this was in order to come into compliance with the Treasury Board Secretariat Web Standard on Usability.
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Transparent Legislation Should be Easy to Read

From legixinfo.wordpress.com

Legislation is difficult to read and understand. So difficult that it largely goes unread. This is something I learned when I first started building bill drafting systems over a decade ago. It was quite a let down.
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Podcast: How People Search for Lawyers: The Consumer Law Revolution

From virtuallawpractice.org

Here is the podcast for an edition of The Digital Edge with Sharon Nelson and Jim Calloway where we discuss the subject of my new book, The Consumer Law Revolution: The Lawyer’s Guide to the Online Legal Marketplace.
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Kuwait Business Laws – Global Legal Collection Highlights

From blogs.loc.gov

The following is a guest post by George Sadek, a Senior Legal Information Analyst at the Law Library of Congress. This post is part of our new bi-weekly series that highlights foreign law materials in the Law Library’s collection. Peter Roudik,...
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Connecting a Mobile Game to Real World Legal Services « Virtual Law Practice

From virtuallawpractice.org

Here is an update on my game project. In my previous posts I've explained why I believe we can use the power of games to help us engage and empower the public t...
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ACTES et le Référentiel Général de Sécurité (RGS) | Collectivités locales

From www.collectivites-locales.gouv.fr

"[...] L’obligation d’utilisationde certificats d’authentification RGS** et de certificats serveurs RGS* interviendra prochainement par arrêté (vers la fin de l’été),avant même l’approbation du futur cahier des charges de l’application ACTES qui aura lieu à la fin de l'année 2013. Cet arrêté sera opposable aux différents acteurs, dont les tiers de télétransmission, au terme d’un délai raisonnable de trois mois ; il sera assorti de sanctions effectives. L’utilisation des certificats PRIS sera tolérée à titre exceptionnel et sous la responsabilité exclusive des « collectivités émettrices » continuant à les utiliser, jusqu'à l’expiration du délai indiqué dans l'arrêté sus-évoqué. [...]"

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