Several examples of how the URN:LEX legal identifier standard can be applied to US legal documents, have been posted on LexCraft, the wiki for sharing best practices in legal information systems development, hosted by the Legal Information Institute (LII) at Cornell Law School.
The URN:LEX examples available so far on LexCraft cover:
- U.S. federal statutes, regulations, and case law;
- U.S. state statutes and case law; and
- U.S. municipal ordinances.
Further, a discussion of the use of URN:LEX is now taking place on LexCraft.
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