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SCC Website – What’s Next?

24.08.2009 Tags:  Pierre-Paul Lemyre, Electronic Access to Law in Canada A couple of days ago I was at the Supreme Court to discuss potential improvements to the Supreme Court decision website. Some of you probably noticed that over the last year LexUM greatly expanded the scope of decisions available on this site. Read more

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The Evolving Ecology of the Legal Information Market

02.05.2009 Tags:  Pierre-Paul Lemyre, Free Access to Law Pierre-Paul Lemyre, “The Evolving Ecology of the Legal Information Market”, in Ginevra Peruginelli and Mario Ragona, Law via the Internet: Free Access, Quality of Information, Effectiveness of Rights,European Press Academic Publishing, Florence, 2009. Read more

Frédéric Pelletier, Ruth Rintoul, Daniel Poulin
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The Preparation, Citation and Distribution of Canadian Decisions

Canadian Citation Committee Final version: 2009-04-02 The origins of the present guidelines date back to 1996, when the Judges Technology Advisory Committee (JTAC) of the Canadian Judicial Council adopted the Standards for the Preparation, Distribution and Citation of Canadian Judgments in Electronic Form. This document opened the way to a standardization that is crucial in […] Read more

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Frédéric Pelletier, Ruth Rintoul, Daniel Poulin
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Sharing Information on the Semantic Web: The Reminiscence of an Old Legal Issue

01.07.2008 Tags:  Pierre-Paul Lemyre, Open source Free Software, Others “Letting your data connect to other people’s data is […] not about giving to people data which they don’t have a right to. It is about letting it be connected to data from peer sites. It is about letting it be joined to data from other […] Read more

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Fifteen Years of Free Access to Law

28.04.2008 Tags:  Daniel Poulin, Free Access to Law Fifteen Years of Free Access to Law Daniel Poulin, LexUM, University of Montreal Abstract. Free access to law on the web began with the seminal initiative of two law professors at Cornell University in 1992. Rapidly, others researchers and professors adopted the idea, and created their own […] Read more