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Princeton Law.Gov Workshop

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Princeton University Center for Information Technology Policy, Open Government: Defining, Designing, and Sustaining Transparency A Two-Day Workshop at Princeton, January 21-22, 2010, Law.gov Session: (9:00am-10:30am, 1/22/2010) Access to primary legal materials in the United States is the subject of this session. We'll discuss current provision of these materials by the Federal and State governments through government systems (such as the GPO's FDSys and the Judiciary's PACER system), through commercial providers such as Lexis and West, and various alternatives that have sprung up in both the private sector and from nongovernmental organizations such as Public.Resource, Altlaw, and the RECAP project. In addition to examining the current situation for access to materials, this session will include discussion of the Law.Gov effort, a year-long effort to document detailed specifications that would enable the Federal and then state and local governments to provide a distributed, open source, authenticated registry and repository for primary legal materials. Similar in spirit to the Data.Gov system recently launched, the Law.Gov effort includes a series of workshops at ten major law schools in early 2010. Panelists: + Tom Bruce (Cornell) + John Joergensen (Rutgers) + Carl Malamud (public.resource.org), Chair + Stephen Schultze (Princeton)

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