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Congress.gov uses responsive design to look great on any device
One of the wonderful features of Congress.gov is its responsive design.
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BIALL How Do I? wiki / How do I

From biallpr.pbworks.com

Stéphane Cottin:

This is a wiki created by the BIALL PR & Promotions Committee with the aim of to helping users with legal information enquiries.  At present this is based on requests for help on JISC's lis-law mailing list but has been added to and updated by members of the PR & Promotions committee.

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Le droit et la gouvernance des données publiques et privées à l'ère du numérique

From www.guglielmi.fr

Colloque international, les lundi 17 et mardi 18 juin 2013 Sous la direction de : William Gilles et Irène Bouhadana Directeurs du master Droit du numérique Administration-Entreprises de l'École de droit de la Sorbonne (Université Paris 1...
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Numérisation des données publiques et données publiques numériques - [DRÔLE D'EN-DROIT]

From www.guglielmi.fr

Article publié dans un ouvrage collectif de l'université Paris-2 consacré à la Communication numérique, mais privé de sa dernière page par une erreur de composition et d'impression, ce qui rend nécessaire sa mise à disposition intégrale ici.
Stéphane Cottin:

Accès direct au texte intégral de l'article (datant de juin 2012) très documenté : http://www.guglielmi.fr/IMG/pdf/NumerisationDonneesPubliques.pdf

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AT4AM: the XML web editor used by Members of European Parliament

From blog.law.cornell.edu

AT4AM – Authoring Tool for Amendments – is a web editor provided to Members of European Parliament (MEPs) that has greatly improved the drafting of amendments at European Parliament since its introduction in 2010.
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Cottin: Extraqual: An Extranet System for Quality and Simplification of French Law

From legalinformatics.wordpress.com

Stéphane Cottin of Secrétariat général du Gouvernement Français, has published Extraqual : L’Extranet De La Qualité Et De La Simplification Du Droit (Extraqual: An Extranet System for Quality and Simplification of French Law), Revue française...
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Brazilian Public Consultation on Requirements Model for Legal Information Management Information Systems

From legalinformatics.wordpress.com

The Brazilian Federal Senate has opened a public consultation on SILEX: Requirements Model for Legal Information Management Information Systems = Consulta Pública do Modelo de Requisitos para Sistemas Informatizados de Gestão da Informação Jurídica.
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Tauberer to U.S. Congressional leaders: “Publish structured data for the House’s legislative data”

From legalinformatics.wordpress.com

Dr. Joshua Tauberer of GovTrack has written a letter to the leaders of the U.S. House of Representatives, urging them to “publish structured data for the House’s legislative data”, according to his new blog post describing the letter.
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Glassmeyer: List of law school innovation / technology centers and institutes

From legalinformatics.wordpress.com

Sarah Glassmeyer, JD, MLS, of CALI, is gathering a list of law school innovation or technology centers and institutes, and requests input.
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20 August: IFLA 2013 program on Open Access to official and authenticated legal information in Asia

From legalinformatics.wordpress.com

A program on Open Access to official and authenticated legal information in Asia will be held 20 August 2013 at IFLA 2013 World Library and Information Congress, in Singapore.
Stéphane Cottin:

Voir aussi le hashtag #wsic2013

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Opening Doors: A Public Legal Education and Information Forum

From www.slaw.ca

I'd like to use this space to profile an upcoming event hosted by The Public Legal Education Association of Canada/L'Association canadienne des organismes d'éducation et d'information juridique .
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Data, Metadata, De-Identification and Re-Identification

From www.slaw.ca

Data about individuals is very valuable. It can be used to discern trends, popular thought, individual buying habits, customer behaviour, do medical research, and many other things.
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Sujets de réflexion : Things Law Librarian Bloggers Should Write About

From www.slaw.ca

Last week there was a a challenge and a follow up thread at 3 Geeks and a Law Blog.
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Measuring the Complexity of the Law: The United States Code (By Daniel Martin Katz & Michael J. Bommarito)

From computationallegalstudies.com

From our abstract:  “Einstein’s razor, a corollary of Ockham’s razor, is often paraphrased as follows: make everything as simple as possible, but not simpler.  This rule of thumb describes the challenge that designers of a legal system face—to...
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Fabiani on AT4AM: The XML Web Editor Used by the European Parliament

From legalinformatics.wordpress.com

Claudio Fabiani of the European Parliament has posted AT4AM: The XML Web Editor Used by Members of the European Parliament, at VoxPopuLII.
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Sieling on Visualizing Citations in U.S. Law

From legalinformatics.wordpress.com

Gary Sieling of Wingspan Technology has posted Visualizing Citations in U.S. Law, at his blog.
Here is an excerpt:
This visualization shows how frequently citations occur between sections of U.S. Law.
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Three standards organizations sue Public.Resource.Org for copyright infringement, for posting copyrighted standards on the free Web

From legalinformatics.wordpress.com

Lydia DePillis of the Washington Post reports that three standards development organizations have sued Public.Resource.Org for copyright infringement, for posting copies of their standards on the free Web.
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APIs for EU legislation

From legalinformatics.wordpress.com

Frank Bennett, Stéphane Cottin, and I recently looked into the current situation of application programming interfaces (APIs) for European Union (EU) legislation, and this is what we found: There a...
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The Development of Structure in the Citation Network of the United States Supreme Court — Now in HD! [Repost] | Computational Legal Studies™Computational Legal Studies™

From computationallegalstudies.com

Stéphane Cottin:

Impressionnante data visualisation d'un graphe de citation entre décisions de la cour suprême des usa à travers le temps.

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Debates of Congress: A Beginner’s Guide

From blogs.loc.gov

This post was co-authored by Barbara Bavis and Robert Brammer One of our most frequent requests at the Law Library of Congress is to help patrons with their legislative history research.  Often, researchers will want information about the votes and...
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AT4AM: the XML web editor used by Members of European Parliament, Claudio Fabiani on VoxPopuLII HT @LIICornell

From blog.law.cornell.edu

Stéphane Cottin:

"Thanks to the efforts of European Parliament, any parliament in the world is now able to use the advanced features of AT4AM to support the drafting of amendments. AT4AM will serve as a useful tool for all those interested in moving towards open data solutions and more democratic transparency in the legislative process.

At AT4AM for All website it is possible to get the status of works and run a sample editor with several document types. Any Parliament interested can go to the repository and download the code."

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