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Graham Greenleaf, Philip Chung and Andrew Mowbray Co-Directors, AustLII & WorldLII * 1. The emerging ‘free access to law’ network 1.1.
The following is a list of subscription-based law related electronic resources and databases with a brief description of each. For a list arranged by subject, go here: Electronic Resources -- By Subject The symbols following most references to online resources indicate the access policies that apply to those databases: = Accessible on Emory campus
The Guide to Law Online, prepared by the Law Library of Congress Public Services Division, is an annotated guide to sources of information on government and law available online. It includes selected links to useful and reliable sites for legal information. The Guide to Law Online is an annotated compendium of Internet links; a portal of Internet sources of interest to legal researchers. Although the Guide is selective, inclusion of a site by no means constitutes endorsement by the Law Library of Congress. In compiling this list, emphasis wherever possible has been on sites offering the full texts of laws, regulations, and court decisions, along with commentary from lawyers writing primarily for other lawyers. Materials related to law and government that were written by or for lay persons also have been included, as have government sites that provide even quite general information about themselves or their agencies.
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Former California Assemblyman Bill Bagley (R-AD07 Marin/Sonoma, 1960-1974) - known as a moderate - has watched with the rest of Californians as interactions between state lawmakers have become more hyper-partisan and gridlocked. The top-two primary and redistricting should help ease the gridlock and hyper-partisanship. But, Bagley also hopes to see a more congenial atmosphere developed through simple social interaction and remembers the days when lawmakers from all political stripes could call each other friend. The Legislature has lost its ability to lead and thus work together and compromise.
A. These notes summarize the interpretation of parts of the Apology that I worked through with you in class. You should know that this interpretation is controversial. Many readers of the Apology would agree with it in whole or part. But many others would disagree.
Dear Members: On Wednesday, March 6, I attended the regular meeting of the State Bar Board of Trustees along with Carol Ludlow and Terri O’Connor from CALDA, and Kerry Spence from CELA (Cost Effective Legal Access). CAPA (California Alliance of Paralegal Associations) was also represented at the meeting. The Bar voted to authorize one of its committees to study the creation of the “Limited License Legal Technician”, which would be authorized to dispense limited forms of legal advice.
Australian High Court Judge Justice Kirby says computer code is more potent than the law--and that legislators are powerless to do anything about it. Technology has outpaced the legal system's ability to regulate its use in matters of privacy and fair use rights, said Kirby, speaking Thursday night at an Internet Industry Association (IIA) event. Kirby said the judicial system has faced difficulties in coping with changes the Internet and computing have brought. While the soon-to-be-reviewed Privacy Act has incorporated key privacy principles such as "usage limitation"--which states that data collected about an individual cannot be used for other purposes, except by the approval of the law or the person's consent--Google and Yahoo have rendered that principle defunct, Kirby said. "It was a good moral and ethical principle to keep people's control over the usage that was made of the information...And then along came Google and Yahoo," said Kirby.
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In my last post , I predicted that we’re heading towards a major shift in the way that law firms think about their websites. Here’s what it boils down to: Old thinking: Law firm websites = online brochure New thinking: Law firm websites = publishing platform for attorney-generated content Why a publishing platform? Why now?
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Multiple entries for a section are listed most recent first, within the section. The Session Year indicates which session of Congress was responsible for the changes classified. The Congress number forms the first part of the Public Law number; each Congress has two sessions. Abbreviations used in the Description of Change column:
Welcome to Cornell Law Library's Online Legal Resources. Here you will find links to many online research databases covering a wide range of topics, including some nonlegal resources. All resources are arranged by subject (see list of subjects below). Of the databases listed, some are free to all, some are available to the entire Cornell community, some are available only at Cornell Law School, and some are password protected, available only to Cornell Law School students and faculty.