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First Round Table: The Juridical Internet: New Means, New Inequalities. Ivan MOKANOV

The Free Access to Law via the Internet - A New Guarantee for Democracy within a New Sphere in the Struggle for Influence

Thursday 4 November 2004, by Ivan Mokanov

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Mr. Ivan Mokanov, Head Editor of CanLII, LexUM, CRDP, University of Montreal, Montreal, Quebec, Canada

Ivan Mokanov is Chief Editor of CanLII (Canadian Legal Information Institute). CanLII is the largest resource providing free electronic access to Canadian law. Ivan also acts as consultant in other LexUM projects sponsored by the Supreme Court of Canada, the Federal Court of Canada, the World Bank, the International Telecommunication Union, the United Nations
Development Program. Prior to joining LexUM, Ivan Mokanov acted as senior counsel for the Department of Justice, Bulgaria.

Ivan Mokanov is a graduate from the Sofia University, B.C.L., and the University of Montreal, LL.M.

The evolution of CanLII as a stakeholder on the Canadian legal publishing market

- 1. The legal information market prior to CanLII’s inception.
- 2. CanLII’s first years and their impact on the legal publishing market.
- 3. The evolution of CanLII and its current and future role as a stakeholder on the legal information market. Main characteristics of the new model’s practices:

  • 3A. Extensive reliance on technology
  • 3B. Quality control management

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