1- Wednesday, November 3rd : The Storage of Juridical Data in Electronic Format
Wednesday, November 3, 2004 : Afternoon Special Session
2 - 6 p.m.
26 Cours Albert Ier - Paris 8°
The Storage of Juridical Data in Electronic Format
Chair: Mrs. Isabelle de Lamberterie, CNRS Research Director, former President of the ADIJ
Moderator: Mrs. Caroline Wiegandt, Co-General Director of the National Library of France, President of the ADBS
Articles of the section
Mr. Stéphane Cottin, Head of Computer Services and Registrar at the Constitutional Counsel in France
Building this list seems impossible : the needs for the legal professionals and the public are too multiple and complex. However, access and conservation of legal data are an essential issue, just like the definition of the threshold between archives and living legal data.
First, we can try to examine what is already offered, and what is missing, in order then to analyse the market of the (...)
Ms. Catherine Lupovici, Director of the Digital Library Department, Services and Networks Division, National Library of France
Mr. Fabien Waechter, Director of Lexbase Documentation, France
Mrs. Claire Germain, Edward Cornell Law Librarian and Professor of Law at Cornell Law School, Ithaca, New York -U.S.A.
The Government Printing Office (GPO http://www.gpoaccess.gov/) digitization efforts have the goal to provide permanent public access in electronic form to publications of the United States Federal government, following the American principle that citizens should have free access to government information.
The Government Printing Office (GPO http://www.gpoaccess.gov/) (...)
Juridical context of the framework for e-documents management in Canada, and more specifically in Quebec.
Mr. Charles du Boullay, CDC Zantaz General Director, France
Mr. Bassem Asseh, Project Head, National Company of Account Commissioners (CNCC), France
Maître Thierry Blanchet, Conseil Supérieur du Notariat, France
Mrs. Isabelle de Lamberterie, CNRS Research Director, former President of the ADIJ