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Law.Gov Workshop Access To The Raw Materials Of Our Democracy

Publication Date: 
June 15, 2010
Center For American Progress

Deputy law librarian Erika Wayne is listed as a speaker at the workshop, "Access to the Raw Materials of Our Democracy," hosted by the Center for American Progress:

Law.Gov is a national conversation about broader access to primary legal materials in the United States across all three branches of government and across the federal, state, and local governments. It is a series of workshops across the country that started in January at Stanford Law School and has continued on to major law schools, examining the implications of making the law more broadly available. The workshops have examined copyright restrictions, privacy implications, and the technical underpinnings necessary to provide authenticated access to bulk legal materials.

This workshop will be streamed live on the Internet, and video will be posted after the workshop on YouTube and the Internet Archive.


10:30 a.m. Primary Legal Materials and the States

Peter W. Martin, Co-Founder, Cornell Legal Information Institute
Erika V. Wayne, Deputy Law Librarian, Stanford Law School
Preeta Bansal, General Counsel and Senior Policy Advisor, Office of Management and Budget