Sessions Information

  • January 5, 2020
    1:30 pm - 3:15 pm
    Session Type: Section Programs
    Session Capacity: N/A


    Accessible sources of law are necessary for legal education, legal practice, and a well-functioning society. Historically, the most useful, accessible and, feature-rich sources come from commercial sources. However, trends are changing, and viable and valuable law is now available directly from the sources that produce them. At the federal level, projects such as Congress.gov and Regulations.gov give us robust tools, authenticated content, and real-time changes. Many similar examples exist at the local and state level. This session will feature leaders who are developing tools that help democratize our access to the law. They will discuss strategies for fostering and integrating these efforts, while exploring ways that law schools can and must support efforts to expand and help sustain sources of free law.

Date & Time
Speakers
Ms. Barbara Bavis, Law Library of Congress

Ms. Kristen Gullickson, United States Office of the Clerk of the House of Representatives

Todd G.E. Melnick, Fordham University School of Law

Ms. Rebecca Williams, DC Legal Hackers

Adam Ziegler, Harvard Law School

Session Fees
  • [6400] Law Libraries and Legal Information - Turning Fee into Free: Strategies and Success in Democratizing Access to Law: $0.00
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