Posts Tagged: European Union

Čyras on Legal Frameworks of Virtual Worlds

Professor Dr. Vytautas Čyras of the Vilnius University Faculty of Mathematics and Informatics has posted On a Legal Framework in a Virtual World: Lessons from the VirtualLife Project, on the VoxPopuLII Blog, published by the Legal Information Institute at Cornell University Law School. In this post, Professor Čyras describes the regulatory infrastructure of VirtualLife, the… Read more »

Jones on A User Registration System for Regulations.gov

Gregory D. Jones has published a comment entitled Electronic Rulemaking in the New Age of Openness: Proposing a Voluntary Two-Tier Registration System for Regulations.gov, Administrative Law Review, v. 62, no. 4 (2010), pp. 1261-1286. Here is a summary: This Comment argues that a voluntary two-tiered registration system that acknowledges the role of interest groups in… Read more »

European eGovernment Action Plan 2011-2015

The European eGovernment Action Plan 2011-2015 has been posted. The plan includes several legal informatics components, including eSignatures, eIdentity, and online access to laws. Click here for a review of the plan by Andrea Di Maio of Gartner. HT Jacques Raybaut.

September 1 Application Deadline: EU Civil Justice Action Grants

A call for proposals — with submission deadline of 1 September 2010 — has been issued for Civil Justice Action Grants, with the designation JLS/2010/JCIV/AG, by the EU Directorate General for Justice, Freedom, and Security. Applications are invited respecting the areas of e-Justice or the training of legal practitioners. For more information, please see the… Read more »

European e-Justice Portal Now Available

The European e-Justice Portal is now available. The Portal currently provides access to a range of primary, secondary, and tertiary legal information respecting the European Union and its member states. Click here for a video providing an overview of the Portal. Here is a summary of the current content and services of the Portal: Primary… Read more »

European e-Justice Portal Said to Launch 16 July 2010

The European e-Justice Portal is to launch on 16 July 2010, at the meeting of the European Union Justice and Home Affairs Ministers in Brussels, according to a post on the LinkedIn e-Justice group by Ronald van den Hoogen of The Netherlands’ Ministry of Justice. Mr. van den Hoogen also cites the meeting agenda, which… Read more »

An invitation from the EIF chair to help choose the questions for commissioner KROES

Hello This is my first post on govloop! It would be great if you can complete and cross post this survey on your blog. I also seek questions which you can address to commissioner Neelie Kroes. The survey only takes 5 mins of multiple choice questions asking for familiarity with issues Survey is HERE Note:… Read more »

Delay on European e-Justice Portal

The European e-Justice Portal will not become publicly available in the first half of 2010, according to a press release issued by the Council of the European Union and dated 3-4 June 2010. The Council further stated: Concerning the European e-Justice portal, the Council expressed its disappointment and regretted that the portal would not be… Read more »