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December 23, 2009
Law via the Internet 2009 Conference Papers
Hat tip to Michel-Adrien Sheppard (a/k/a Library Boy) for calling attention to the availability of the conference papers from the 10th International "Law via the Internet" Conference. The conference was held in Durban, South Africa, last month. Noteworthy papers include:
- Justice Gordon Campbell's Model policies and protocols for maximising access to decisions of courts in Canada
- Olivier Charbonneau's Collaboration and open access to Law: How can Web 2.0 technologies helps us understand the law?
- Richard Danner's Open Access to Legal Scholarship: Dropping the Barriers to Discourse and Dialogue.
Here's the link to access all of the Law via the Internet 2009 Conference papers. [JH]