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Friday, November 5th

Day Two: Case Law and Doctrines - regulations of the access on line

Plenary Session

Friday 5 November 2004

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Friday, November 5th

Plenary Session

ordre des avocats

Paris Bar House Auditorium - 2/4 rue de Harlay - PARIS 1st

Day Two: Case Law and Doctrines - regulations of the access on line

Chair: Mr. Albrecht Berger, Counsel to the Office of Official Publications of the European Union

9:00 a.m.
Session 1: Access to Case Law and its On-Line Dissemination

Moderator: Mr. Pierre-Paul Lemyre, Public Law Research Centre, University of Montreal , Montreal, Quebec, Canada


- Mr. David Lennon, International Sales Marketing Director, Thomson Legal Europe,U.K. :
Comparing Methods from France/Germany/Great Britain/the United States of Putting Case Law On-Line

- Professor Dr. Maximilien Herberger, Professor in Civil Law, Law Theory and Applied Legal Informatics, Director of the Institut Informatique et Droit (IFRI), University of la Sarre, Germany:
A New Way of Releasing Law: The Internet as an Instrument of Justice

- Mr. Hermann Sorgho, Editor, JuriBurkina, Burkina Faso :
The JuriBurkina Project : Putting Judicial Decisions from Burkina Faso On-Line

- Mr. Barry Kwok Hung Lee, Senior Judiciary Executive, IT Management Unit of the Hong Kong Judiciary Administration, University of Hong Kong - China :
Digital Content in Civil Court Proceedings - A Proposed Framework of Regulation with a View to Promoting Access to Justice

- Mr. François Harvey, Computer Analyst, LexUM, CRDP, University of Montreal, Montreal, Quebec, Canada :
Automatisation of the caselaw publication on CanLII: present and future

10:30 a.m. : Break

11:00 a.m.
Session 2: The Protection of Personal Data (Anonymization)

Moderator: Maître Christiane Feral-Schuhl, Paris Court of Appeal Lawyer, Salans Law Firm Associate, ADIJ President]

Speakers :

- Mr. Christophe Pallez, Secrétaire général at the National Commission of Technology and Rights (CNIL), France :
Anonymization of case law public databases, the CNIL recommandations

- Mr. Frédéric Pelletier, Head of Policy Making, LexUM, CRDP, University of Montréal, Montreal, Quebec, Canada :
Case Law Dissemination on the Internet and Identity Protection; The NOME Anonymization Assistant

- Professor Yves Poullet, Director of the CRID (Law and Technology Research Centre), Law Professor
- Ms. Cécile de Terwangne, Professor at the Law Faculty, Director of the “Rights and Information Society” Branch of the CRID (Law and Technology Research Centre, Notre-Dame de la Paix University, Namur, Belgium:
European Countries and the European Union: Case Law Dissemination Policies and their Limits Due to Applicable Sensitive Personal Data Rules

- Professor Carlos G. Gregorio, Law Professor, Researcher at the Reseach for Justice Institute, Professor at the University of Buenos Aires, Argentina:
The Dissemination of Case Law in South America: The Rules of Heredia

12:30 p.m. Buffet Lunch

2:30 p.m.
Summary of the November 3rd Half-Day about The Conservation of Juridical Data in Electronic Format by Mrs. Claire Germain, Edward Cornell Law Librarian and Professor of Law at Cornell Law School, Ithaca, New York

3:00 p.m.
Second Round Table: The Juridical Internet: New Means, News Inequalities

On-Line Data and Juridical Services - The Evolution of an e-Business in Law

Chair: Professor Graham Greenleaf, Law Professor, Co-Director of AustLII, University of New South Wales Faculty of Law, Australia

Moderator: Professor Xavier Strubel, Law Professor at the National Telecommunications Institute, Head of the LEDUTIC Research Team, Member of the ADIJ Administrative Council, France


- Mr. Toni Issa , President of the Association pour le Développement de l’Informatique Juridique au Liban (ADIL), Lebanon

- Maître Enrique J. Batalla, Batalla Abogados, General Secretary of the Computer Law Association (CLA)

- Mr. David Merkin, Coordinator of Library Services, Shearman & Sterling LLP; President Law Library Association of Greater New York, USA

- Ms. Mélanie Dulong de Rosnay , Director of the International Creative Commons Project, CERSA, CNRS/Université Panthéon-Assas (Paris II) - France

- Mrs. Michèle Côme, Wolters Kluwer Legal, Tax and Regulatory Europe, the Netherlands

- Mr. Nick Mole, Marketing Director, Thomson Legal Europe, U.K.

- Mr. Lionel Thoumyre, Editorial Director web site Juriscom.net, Lecturer in Law, Université de Versailles-Saint Quentin en Yvelines, France

5:00 p.m. :
The Awarding of the ADIJ Prize by Mrs. Isabelle de Lamberterie and Mr. Xavier Strubel.

The Paris Declaration by Mr. Jean Gasnault, President of Juriconnexion, Documentation Services Director at Gide Loyrette Nouel Law Firm

Conference Closing: The President of the Scientific Committee of the Sixth International Conference in Paris transfers the Conference over to the President of the Scientific Committee for the Seventh International Conference to be held in Vanuatu

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