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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

From blogs.loc.gov

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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CanLII Hackathon, 13-14 September 2013: Links and Resources

From legalinformatics.wordpress.com

The CanLII Law, Government and Open Data Conference and Hackathon is being held 13-14 September 2013 in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Remote participants are welcome. Please see the details here. Click here for the event schedule.
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A Survey of Major Law Libraries Around the World by David Gee :: SSRN

From papers.ssrn.com

The global development of legal information needs and services has continued to stimulate much professional discussion in recent years. This detailed report by
Stéphane Cottin:

42 pages de comparaisons mondiales autour de 124 bibliothèques juridiques en 2012.

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Manuel de droit administratif français de Pierre Tifine, professeur de droit public à l’Université de Lorraine

From www.revuegeneraledudroit.eu

Editions juridiques franco-allemandes / RGD Revue Générale du Droit

Stéphane Cottin:

L’ouvrage de 537 pages répond aux canons des manuels de droit, et est destiné au public des étudiants de L2, ainsi qu’aux praticiens du droit. Il a cependant été rédigé dans la perspective d’une publication en ligne. Tous les arrêts cités sont accompagnés de leur numéro de requête, identifiant unique permettant de créer de nombreux liens vers la jurisprudence.

Après un embargo d’un an, la Revue générale du droit publie donc ce manuel en version intégrale.

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Visualizing SCOTUS Doctrine III - Network Analysis Compared

From prawfsblawg.blogs.com

In the first two posts of this series, I discussed the basics of the SCOTUS Mapping Project and its method of looking to dissents to uncover the competing traditions at play in the Court's contested doctrines.
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CanLII Innovates, Experiments

From www.slaw.ca

Lately CanLII has been shaking things up. The new search interface, in beta for four more days, is due to replace the current one on September 17.
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Changes in Cross-Border Corporate & Transactional Law Research

From www.slaw.ca

Lawyers and researchers looking into legal issues in international business transactions face a changing research landscape. Traditional tools for cross-border research are falling by the wayside.
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Legal Hacking, Technology, and Innovation Groups

From legalinformatics.wordpress.com

There now appear to be at least five legal hacking, technology, or innovation groups meeting regularly and hosting hacking or similar events: New York Legal Hackers Boston Legal Innovation Meetup DC Legal Hackers Los Angeles Legal Innovation Meetup...
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A Second Legislative Data Challenge at Library of Congress

From legalinformatics.wordpress.com

A second legislative data challenge, called Legislative XML Data Mapping, has been opened by the Library of Congress.
Submissions are due 31 December 2013.
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Fiche de synthèse de législation europa.eu : Identifiant européen de la législation (ELI)

From europa.eu

EUROPA - Synthèses de la législation de L'UE - Les conclusions du Conseil prévoient la mise en place d’un identifiant européen de la législation (ELI), destiné à fournir un accès simple aux informations relatives à la législation de l’Union...
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Infographies sur le projet de loi « Consommation »

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Actuellement en discussion au Sénat, le projet de loi « Consommation » s’articule autour de 9 mesures phares que le Ministère de l’Économie et des Finances a présentées sous forme d’infographies !
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Second Library of Congress Legislative Data Challenge Launched

From blogs.loc.gov

In July, the Library announced its first legislative data challenge. We are delighted to tell you about another Library of Congress legislative data challenge, Legislative XML Data Mapping.
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Snow Byte & the Seven Formats: A Digital Preservation Fairy Tale

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Snow Byte & the Seven Formats: A Digital Preservation Fairy Tale From the National Digital Information Infrastructure and Preservation Program, the never-before published tale of Snow Byte and the Seven Formats.
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Technology in Legal Education – the Infographic

From www.slaw.ca

U.S. lawyer Stephanie Kimbro who writes about running virtual law practices shared an infographic she created last week with everyone– Technology in Legal Education (excerpt of the image below).
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Upcoming Legal Hacking Events 2013-

From legalinformatics.wordpress.com

So far there are three upcoming legal hacking events that we’re aware of (we keep track of them here):
September 13-14, 2013: CanLII law, government and open data conference and hackathon, Ottawa.
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The Legal IT Professional of the Future

From www.slaw.ca

Little has been written about the role of Legal IT Professionals in the law firm of the future. Most commentary has focussed on the law firm as a whole, or on the role of lawyers in the firm. So let me break from the mould.
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