Actes de la conférence LVI04 Law via the Internet Conference, Paris nov. 2004
 

3- Friday, November 5th : Case Law and Doctrines - regulations of the access on line

Friday, November 5th

Plenary Session

ordre des avocats

Paris Bar House Auditorium - 2/4 rue de Harlay - PARIS 1st

Day Two: Case Law and Doctrines - regulations of the access on line

Chair: Mr. Albrecht Berger, Counsel to the Office of Official Publications of the European Union

Session 1: Access to Case Law and its On-Line Dissemination

Moderator: Mr. Pierre-Paul Lemyre, Public Law Research Centre, University of Montreal , Montreal, Quebec, Canada


Session 2: The Protection of Personal Data (Anonymization)

Moderator: Maître Christiane Feral-Schuhl, Paris Court of Appeal Lawyer, Salans Law Firm Associate, ADIJ President


Summary of the November 3rd Half-Day about The Conservation of Juridical Data in Electronic Format by Mrs. Claire Germain, Edward Cornell Law Librarian and Professor of Law at Cornell Law School, Ithaca, New York


Second Round Table: The Juridical Internet: New Means, News Inequalities

On-Line Data and Juridical Services - The Evolution of an e-Business in Law

Chair: Professor Graham Greenleaf, Law Professor, Co-Director of AustLII, University of New South Wales Faculty of Law, Australia

Moderator: Professor Xavier Strubel, Law Professor at the National Telecommunications Institute, Head of the LEDUTIC Research Team, Member of the ADIJ Administrative Council, France

 

Articles of the section

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The Paris Conclusions

The 9 December 2004 in 3- Friday, November 5th : Case Law and Doctrines - regulations of the access on line
The participants at the Paris Conference on "Law via the Internet", Representatives of national public authorities or international institutions, members of legal research institutes, teachers and researchers, magistrates, practitioners of or specialists in the processing and publication of legal information, continuing the process begun by the Montreal Declaration, Declare that the dissemination of law in intelligible form on a medium accessible to all citizens is a guarantee of their (...)

Présidency of the Second Round Table: The Juridical Internet: New Means, News Inequalities On-Line Data and Juridical Services - The Evolution of an e-Business in Law

The 5 November 2004, by Graham Greenleaf, in 3- Friday, November 5th : Case Law and Doctrines - regulations of the access on line
On-Line Data and Juridical Services - The Evolution of an e-Business in Law

Moderation of the Second Round Table: The Juridical Internet: New Means, News Inequalities On-Line Data and Juridical Services - The Evolution of an e-Business in Law

The 5 November 2004, by Xavier Strubel, in 3- Friday, November 5th : Case Law and Doctrines - regulations of the access on line
On-Line Data and Juridical Services - The Evolution of an e-Business in Law

Second Round Table: The Juridical Internet: New Means, News Inequalities. Mr Toni ISSA On-Line Data and Juridical Services - The Evolution of an e-Business in Law

The 5 November 2004, by Toni Issa, in 3- Friday, November 5th : Case Law and Doctrines - regulations of the access on line
Mr. Toni Issa , President of the Association pour le Développement de l’Informatique Juridique au Liban (ADIL), Lebanon

Second Round Table: The Juridical Internet: New Means, News Inequalities. Maître Enrique J. Batalla On-Line Data and Juridical Services - The Evolution of an e-Business in Law

The 5 November 2004, by Enrique J. Batalla, in 3- Friday, November 5th : Case Law and Doctrines - regulations of the access on line
Maître Enrique J. Batalla, Batalla Abogados, General Secretary of the Computer Law Association (CLA) Abstrat What is free software? Does free software mean free data? Does availability of source code imply a free Internet? These are some of the questions that have lead this paper. A great number of material is provided in order for the reader and attendant to better understand the issue of free software and its implications. Free software is not a technology in itself but a licensing (...)

Second Round Table: The Juridical Internet: New Means, News Inequalities. Mr David MERKIN On-Line Data and Juridical Services - The Evolution of an e-Business in Law

The 5 November 2004, by David Merkin, in 3- Friday, November 5th : Case Law and Doctrines - regulations of the access on line
Mr. David Merkin, Coordinator of Library Services, Shearman & Sterling LLP; President Law Library Association of Greater New York, USA Law libraries have been going digital since the creation of Lexis in 1974. Lawyers have been venturing onto the Internet since the early 1990’s . Research once Conducted by browsing through stacks is now accomplished on a desktop computer with A few keystrokes. True research is easier than it used to be, but for librarians, the Leaders of this change, it’s (...)

Second Round Table: The Juridical Internet: New Means, News Inequalities. Ms Mélanie DULONG de ROSNAY On-Line Data and Juridical Services - The Evolution of an e-Business in Law

The 5 November 2004, by Mélanie Dulong de Rosnay, in 3- Friday, November 5th : Case Law and Doctrines - regulations of the access on line
Ms. Mélanie Dulong de Rosnay , Director of the International Creative Commons Project, CERSA, CNRS/Université Panthéon-Assas (Paris II) - France

Second Round Table: The Juridical Internet: New Means, News Inequalities. Mrs Michele COME On-Line Data and Juridical Services - The Evolution of an e-Business in Law

The 5 November 2004, by Michèle Côme, in 3- Friday, November 5th : Case Law and Doctrines - regulations of the access on line
Mrs. Michèle Côme, Wolters Kluwer Legal, Tax and Regulatory Europe, the Netherlands

Second Round Table: The Juridical Internet: New Means, News Inequalities. Mr Nick MOLE On-Line Data and Juridical Services - The Evolution of an e-Business in Law

The 5 November 2004, by Nick Mole, in 3- Friday, November 5th : Case Law and Doctrines - regulations of the access on line
Mr. Nick Mole, Marketing Director, Thomson Legal Europe, U.K.

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