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

2- Thursday, November 4th : The Creation, Evolution and Dissemination of Law on line

Thursday, November 4th

Plenary Session

ordre des avocats

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

9 a.m.: Welcome Speech by Sir le Bâtonnier de Bigault du Granrut, former Bâtonnier of the Order of Lawyers of the Paris Bar, founder and honorary president of ADIJ

Conference Opening Speech by Mr. Jean-Marc Sauve, General Secretary of the Government of France

The president of the Scientific Committee in Sydney, Mr. Graham Greenleaf, will then transfer the Conference over to the president of the Scientific Committee in Paris, Mr. Pascal Petitcollot

Day One: The Creation, Evolution and Dissemination of Law on line

Chair: Mr. Guy Braibant, honorary President of Section of the State Counsel, Vice-president of the High Commission on Codification

9:30 a.m. : Session 1 : The Creation and Evolution of Law : Towards Assisted Systematic Edition, Automated Codification and Consolidation

Moderator: Mr. Pascal Petitcollot, ADIJ Vice-President, Headmaster of the Documentation Department of the General Secretary’s Office of the French Government, Head Editor of Legifrance


Session 2: The Dissemination of Law: The Distribution and Convergence of Network Standards

Moderator: Professor Daniel Poulin, Law Professor and Director of LexUM, Public Law Research Centre, University of Montreal, Montreal, Québec, Canada


First Round Table: The Juridical Internet: New Means, New Inequalities

The Free Access to Law via the Internet - A New Guarantee for Democracy within a New Sphere in the Struggle for Influence

Chair: Professor Denis Mazeaud, Law Professor, Université Panthéon-Assas (Paris II), Committee Member of the Bicentenary Celebration of the Civil Code, Vice-President of the Henri Capitant Association, France

Moderator : Mr. Jean-Marc Elsholz, Knowledge Management Coordinator, European Offices, Shearman & Sterling LLP, France

 

Articles of the section

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Ignorance is no Defence, but is Inaccessibility? On the Accessibility of National Laws to Foreign Online Publishers Multi-State Liability of Online Actors: how Accessible Must or Should National Law be to Foreign Online Content Providers?

The 10 December 2004, by Uta Kohl, in 2- Thursday, November 4th : The Creation, Evolution and Dissemination of Law on line
Dr Uta KOHL, Lecturer in Law, Department of Law, University of Wales, Aberystwyth - Pays de Galles Abstract The article examines, first, to what extent the legal exposure of online actors to multiple foreign laws creates a legal obligation on States to make their laws easily accessible to them and whether a State by failing to do so breaches any human rights. Second, it is examined what ‘easy accessibility’ actually entails. The discussion builds upon the premise that the Internet has (...)

State Internet Management of Multilateral International Commerce Treaties

The 15 November 2004, by Jean-François Bourque, in 2- Thursday, November 4th : The Creation, Evolution and Dissemination of Law on line
Mr. Jean-François Bourque, Main Legal Counsel, Internation Commerce Centre (CCI), OMC-CNUCED Multilateral Trade Treaties - Lega Carta A technical assistance programme to optimize a country’s multilateral trade legal framework What is the problem? International trade treaties are a crucial element in a country’s legal framework. They help streamlining trade and harmonizing commercial practices and rules. Their number is increasing each year. Few developing countries do know exactly where (...)

First Round Table: The Juridical Internet: New Means, New Inequalities. Liliane RUEFF The Free Access to Law via the Internet - A New Guarantee for Democracy within a New Sphere in the Struggle for Influence

The 4 November 2004, by Liliane Rueff, in 2- Thursday, November 4th : The Creation, Evolution and Dissemination of Law on line
Online legal data : the case of the local authorities

First Round Table: The Juridical Internet: New Means, New Inequalities. Bénédicte FAUVARQUE COSSON The Free Access to Law via the Internet - A New Guarantee for Democracy within a New Sphere in the Struggle for Influence

The 4 November 2004, by Bénédicte Fauvarque Cosson, in 2- Thursday, November 4th : The Creation, Evolution and Dissemination of Law on line
First, the importance and value of free access to law is outlined form a comparative perspective : how important and valuable is it in the common law tradition and in the civil law tradition (the example of France) Second, the international influence of free access to law via internet is stressed, from a double point of view : first, how can it change in the way democracy is exercised (the example of the EC Commission which favors a consultative procedure in the field of the law of contracts) ; second, in what respect is internet becoming the instrument of the supremacy of one legal system over the others ?

Welcome Speech

The 4 November 2004, by Bernard de Bigault du Granrut, in 2- Thursday, November 4th : The Creation, Evolution and Dissemination of Law on line
Sir le Bâtonnier de Bigault du Granrut, former Bâtonnier of the Order of Lawyers of the Paris Bar, founder and honorary president of ADIJ

Conference Opening Speech

The 4 November 2004, by Jean-Marc Sauvé, in 2- Thursday, November 4th : The Creation, Evolution and Dissemination of Law on line
Mr. Jean-Marc Sauve, General Secretary of the Government of France

Transfer of the Conference : Sydney - Paris

The 4 November 2004, by Graham Greenleaf, Pascal Petitcollot, in 2- Thursday, November 4th : The Creation, Evolution and Dissemination of Law on line
The president of the Scientific Committee in Sydney, Mr. Graham Greenleaf, will then transfer the Conference over to the president of the Scientific Committee in Paris, Mr. Pascal Petitcollot.

Opening of the first day of the main session : The Creation, Evolution and Dissemination of Law on line

The 4 November 2004, by Guy Braibant, in 2- Thursday, November 4th : The Creation, Evolution and Dissemination of Law on line
Mr. Guy Braibant, honorary President of Section of the State Counsel, Vice-president of the High Commission on Codification

Moderation of the 1st session : The Creation and Evolution of Law : Towards Assisted Systematic Edition, Automated Codification and Consolidation

The 4 November 2004, by Pascal Petitcollot, in 2- Thursday, November 4th : The Creation, Evolution and Dissemination of Law on line
Mr. Pascal Petitcollot, ADIJ Vice-President, Headmaster of the Documentation Department of the General Secretary’s Office of the French Government, Head Editor of Legifrance

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