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On 21 April 2009, the [European] Commission adopted a report and a green paper on the functioning of the existing rules on jurisdiction of the courts and the recognition and...
A recent report by Consumers International has concluded that the UK is the worst among 16 leading nations at protecting the rights of the users. "UK copyright law is the...
This past Saturday, Yale Law School's Information Society Project hosted a fantastic symposium on "Library 2.0".  Materials from the conference, including video of the...
"Traditional university faculties are too conservative and are standing in the way of progress, as Europe's education system struggles to become more innovative, according to...
via youtube.com Video from 1930 showing librarians moving with book from the old library to the Sterling Memorial Library. This comes from Yale's YouTube Channel.
Justis via law.yale.edu We are conducting a trial of an additional portion of the Justis database. In this case, their version of CELEX, the documents of the European Union...
New developments in legal publishing result in librarians encouragiong electronic publication of law journals. About | Statement | Signatories About On 7 November 2008, the...
American Foreign Relations since 160032 chronologically organized chapters that combine bibliographies, biographies, and analysis written by scholars in the field, and...
  The Yale Information Society Project will host the Library 2.0 Symposium on Saturday, April 4, 2009, at Yale Law School. The confluence of book digitization projects, user-...
LexisNexis Congressional Hearings Digital Collection now includes access to every published and unpublished Congressional hearing from 1824 through the present.  You can...

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