Posts Tagged: Open source software for legal information systems

Video Available for Law.gov Core Specifications Task Force Meeting 26 May 2010

Video is now available for the first meeting of the Law.gov Core Specifications Task Force held 26 May 2010 at the offices of Google in Washington, DC, USA. This event is also being referred to as the Law.gov Open Source Workshop, the Open Source Law.gov Workshop, and Open Source Procurement for Law.Gov. Click here for… Read more »

May 26, 2010: Law.gov Core Specifications Task Force Meeting

The first Law.gov Core Specifications Task Force Meeting will be held 26 May 2010 at the offices of Google in Washington, DC, USA. The co-convenors of the meeting are Vinton G. Cerf of Google and James Stogdill of Accenture. Click here for the conference program. The Twitter hashtag for the workshop is #lawgov. Click here… Read more »

Drupal for Courts

A group of legal informatics researchers, of which I’m one, is currently trying to identify courts that use the Drupal open-source content management system for their Websites or other information systems. So far, we have identified just one court Website that uses Drupal: the emergency preparedness site of the U.S. District Court for the Central… Read more »