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Live blogging Stanford law.gov workshop

Hi all. Shinjoung and I (and hopefully others!) will be live blogging the law.gov workshop at Stanford. The twitter hashtag is #law.gov. feel free to post comments or tweet questions with that hashtag. Hope you can follow along. Agenda is below the liveblog box.


Here’s the agenda:

Law.Gov Workshop
Stanford University Law School, Rm 290
January 12, 2010 9-3:30

  • 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 Zittrain (Harvard)
  • 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.

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