Plenaries and Tracks

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Plenary 2: The impact of online publishing on e-democracy

Chair: Philip Leith, Professor of Law, Queen's University Belfast

Plenary 1: Access to law and the rule of law

Chair: Colin Munro, Emeritus Professor of Constitutional Law, University of Edinburgh

Tracks

E-Learning: distance, blended, open, mobile, gaming, MOOCing and more?

Chair: Michael Bromby, Discipline Lead for Law at The Higher Education Academy, Reader in Law at Glasgow Caledonian University

Online legal information – starting from scratch

Chair: David Marrani, Senior Lecturer, University of Essex, Director of Studies designate, Institute of Law, Jersey

Legal knowledge in the age of the semantic web

Chair: Ginevra Peruginelli, Institute of Legal Information Theory and Techniques, National Research Council, Florence
Chair: Enrico Francesconi, Institute of Legal Information Theory and Techniques, National Research Council, Florence

Communicating our work: journals, blogs and other ways of publishing about open access

Chair: Thomas R. Bruce, Director - Legal Information Institute, Cornell Law School

Privacy v open government in legal publishing

Chair: James Michael, Associate Senior Research Fellow, Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, London University

Emerging patterns of information access and usage

Chair: Donna Buckingham, Associate Professor of Law, University of Otago, New Zealand

Workshop for practitioners – getting started

Chair: James Lambert, Director of Services, Jersey Court Service