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Placemaking in the Academic Law Library by Lee F. Peoples :: SSRN

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In recent years a number of factors have coalesced to shape the future of print collections held by academic law libraries.

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The Scope of the Legal Technology Hacking Movement

From legalinformatics.wordpress.com

Learn more about the transition from THOMAS.gov to Congress.gov.

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Placemaking in the Academic Law Library by Lee F. Peoples :: SSRN

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In recent years a number of factors have coalesced to shape the future of print collections held by academic law libraries. These factors include: declining ac
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Conseil d'État : Etats généraux du Droit administratif, le 27/9 "

From www.conseil-etat.fr

- Conférence - Le Conseil d'État, en collaboration avec le Conseil national des Barreaux, organise le 27 septembre prochain la troisième édition des États généraux du droit administratif à la maison de la Chimie à Paris sur le thème…...
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Le Gouvernement publie un guide sur le partage des données publiques - Un blog pour l'information juridique

From www.precisement.org

Le Premier ministre a adressé aux membres du gouvernement une circulaire leur annonçant la publication du Vade-mecum sur l'ouverture et le (...)
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Maps and Doctrinal Scholarship

From prawfsblawg.blogs.com

In my last post, I looked at SCOTUS Maps in the classroom. My basic suggestion was that maps could help 1L students "find their way into" otherwise befuddling topics like FRCP 8 pleadings doctrine.
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Personal Status Laws in Selected Arab Jurisdictions

From www.loc.gov

This research guide by the Law Library of Congress identifies the personal status laws of a number of Arab countries, including Algeria, Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Morocco, Qatar, Syria, and Tunisia, as well as the personal status law...
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Free Scholarship: Developing a National Legal Scholarship Library by Graham Greenleaf, Philip Chung, Andrew Mowbray :: SSRN

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This article considers how a country’s legal scholarship can become a major resource on a free access legal information institute (LII), and the relationship of
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New U.S. Constitution App

From notabeneuh.blogspot.com

Happy Constitution Day everyone! In celebration of the day, the Senate Committee on Rules and Administration, the Library of Congress, and the Government Printing Office have teamed up to launch U.S.
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Joergensen: Draft Proposal for a Legal Citation Markup Standard

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Associate Dean John P. Joergensen of Rutgers School of Law-Newark has posted Draft Proposal for a Legal Citation Markup Standard.
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E-Justice européenn - Tendance Droit #3 | LexisNexis

From www.tendancedroit.fr

L'e-justice européenne fait référence à l'utilisation des nouvelles technologies de l'information et de la communication dans le domaine de la justice. (e-justice européenne : quels outils ?
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Thoughts on Legal Prediction and Legal Metrics – Association of Corporate Counsel / Huron Consulting Meeting for Corporate Law Department Operations

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Thoughts on Legal Prediction and Legal Metrics – Association of Corporate Counsel / Huron Consulting Meeting for Law Department Operations – September 16, 2013 – Professor Daniel Martin Katz from Daniel Martin Katz...
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New CanLII

From www.slaw.ca

CanLII launched their new site today. After several months of beta testing, plenty of opportunities for feedback, and some direct user surveys, CanLII has a new look and new functionality.
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SCOTUS Maps in the Classroom: visualizing Supreme Court doctrine

From prawfsblawg.blogs.com

This is the fourth post in a series about visualizing Supreme Court doctrine. In today's entry, I want to briefly demonstrate one way folks could use doctrinal maps in their classrooms.

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Just Published: Law Library of Congress Report on Guest Worker Programs

From blogs.loc.gov

A report titled Guest Worker Programs was recently added to the list of reports posted on the Law Library of Congress website under “Current Legal Topics” where you can also find a range of other comparative law reports on various topics.
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Sept. 17th Happy Constitution Day and Citizenship Day! | In Custodia Legis: Law Librarians of Congress

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Tomorrow: We Celebrate Constitution Day and Citizenship Day!. A blog post at "In Custodia Legis: Law Librarians of Congress" on 2013-09-16.
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