VP Business Development
Pierre-Paul is a lawyer, member of the Quebec Bar, with over 15 years of experience in the legal technology sector. His expertise consists in helping decision-making and regulatory bodies to improve the management and dissemination of their legal information. He supervises all of Lexum’s sales and marketing activities. He has a strong background in international cooperation, having been in charge of international projects when Lexum was an academic research laboratory. He is also recognized as an expert on legal issues related to free and open source software.
Articles written by Pierre-Paul Lemyre
If your organization produces precedential judicial or administrative decisions, you are very aware that the work on a case doesn’t stop when the final decision is delivered to the parties. Once the docket has been updated via your Court/Case Management System (CMS), the decision rendered must still be published. This process often involves a webmaster, librarian, or clerk manually feeding your... Read more
Some of you may have noticed that after over 25 years of being hosted exclusively under the Lexum domain at https://scc-csc.lexum.com , the Supreme Court of Canada (SCC) judgments are now also available under the Court’s own domain at https://decisions.scc-csc.ca . On top of the new URL, the database has been graphically integrated with the SCC institutional website, making it easier to navigate... Read more
New Mexico is one of the few U.S. States where the official publishing of legislation and case law is centralized in the hands of a specialized enterprise agency, the New Mexico Compilation Commission (NMCC), created in 1941. Over the last fifteen years, the State of New Mexico has been its own self-publisher of its official laws. NMCC has been providing three distinct online services... Read more
Ten years ago, organizations looking to improve online access to their legal material were faced with the requirement to either adopt a generic product designed for non-legal documents, or to invest heavily in a bespoke solution. Many such legacy solutions are still in place today, although they have become somewhat outdated. Legal research is more sophisticated than it used to be. Users now expect... Read more
In October 2016 I announced preliminary results and findings from a survey of the status of online access to administrative decisions in the US. The formal paper resulting from this research project has just been made available in the latest issue of the Journal of the National Association of Administrative Law Judiciary (NAALJ) . The paper demonstrates that access to administrative appeals suffers... Read more