Here’s a great opportunity to talk with Stanford Law Library folks who are co-hosting the free workshop with Carl Malamud (Public.resource.org) on making primary legal materials more accessible. Joining the discussion will be Anurag Acharya (Google) and Jonathan Zittrain (Harvard).
Registration is required. Contact Erika Wayne email@example.com to register.
Here’s the schedule. Hope to see you there.
Stanford University Law School, Rm 290
January 12, 2010
9AM – Coffee available for early arrivals
10AM – Welcome and Overview
10:30AM – The National Inventory of Primary Legal Materials
Discussion of how to define primary legal materials.
Discussion of how to structure the national survey, including what
information to collect.
11:15AM – General Discussion of Legal Issues
Discussion of issues such as copyright over primary legal materials,
enabling legislation, and other issues of the law.
12PM – Lunch
1PM-2PM – Public Presentation, Room 290
“Law.Gov – A Revolution in Legal Affairs”
Anurag Acharya (Google), Carl Malamud (Public.Resource.Org), Jonathan
2:15-3:30 – Technical Discussion
Discussion of technical challenges, including specification of a core
open source system, issues of markup and citation, issues of privacy,
issues of ingestion, issues of authentication.
Pay parking available at Parking Structure 6 (PS6) at Campus Drive
East and Arguello Mall and the Tresidder Lot near Tresidder Union and
the Faculty Club, off Mayfield Ave.