Legal Information Institute Director Tom Bruce‘s and my new paper, entitled Examples of Specialized Legal Metadata Adapted to the Digital Environment, from the U.S. Code of Federal Regulations (click here for slides) was presented on June 14, 2011, at dg.o 2011: The 12th Annual International Conference on Digital Government Research, at the University of Maryland,Read… Read more »
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Kate Wilko of the Stanford University Law Library has posted A Draft 50 State Survey of Copyright Claims in State Codes and Court Opinions on Legal Research Plus. The survey — which was conducted in conjunction with the Law.gov legal open government data project — covers U.S. state statutory codes and court decisions.
WebLaws.org is a new, free legal information resource — with added functions available for a fee — providing access to the statutes of multiple U.S. states, and created by Robb Shecter. Robb is well known as the developer of OregonLaws.org, the free access to law site for Oregon statutes, legal news, and Web services thatRead… Read more »