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Richard Susskind - Liberating the Law Yet Further (video not available)
Track 1 - E-Participation and Legal Information Institutes
-Bedfellows: What Open Access Has to Do With Public Engagement, and Why
-Feedback Loops and the Law
David Curle - The Business of (Un)Open Legal Publishing: Lessons From the Commercial Publishers
Gherardo Casini - The Role of Legislatures and Others in Promoting Access to Law
Joshua Tauberer - Observing the Unobservables in the United States Congress
Anurag Acharya - Legal Search for Everyone: The Google Scholar Approach
Steve Ressler -Beyond Cats & Kardashians: How to Build Meaningful Online Engagement
When the Dog Catches the Car: CanLII’s Evolution from Free Law Concept to Cornerstone of Canadian Legal Research to Potential Commercial Competitor
Reconsidering the Meaning of "Free Access to Legal Information" After the Hague "Guiding Principles"
-Wrangling Court Data on a National Level
-Developing a Real Free Law Reporter as the Source of Court Opinions
Citation t1/2: Evolution of Supreme Court of Canada Decisions’ "Half-Life" 1900-2000
Track 1 - The Promise and the Reality of E-Participation I
-Participation 2.0: Online Engagement and Democracy
-E-Government and Its Limitations: Assessing the True Demand Curve for Citizen Participation
The Capacity to Endure: Leveraging the Question of Sustainable Free Access in the New Zealand Context
Legislative Information: A Legislative History
-Building a Free, Open Source Legal Citator
-Hypertext Markup in Bilingual Environment: The Challenge for HKLII
Searching without Search Terms: Mapping Concepts to Authorities in Law
Track 1 - The Promise and the Reality of E-Participation II
-Under the Hood of Online Civic Participation: Lessons from the Regulation Room
-The Promise and Perils of Using ICTs to Advance the Rule of Law and Access to Justice
Sustaining the Free Law Enterprise
Can We Trust What’s Online? Conclusions from the National Inventory of Legal Materials
-Uniform Tools for Legal Referencing 
-Reflex 2: A Look at the Internals of an Automated Legislative Citator
The Impact of Semantic Web Technologies on Legal Provisions Accessibility: Reasoning over Implicit Patterns
Clay Shirky - Authority in an Age of Open Access
Track 1 - E-Participation: Cases From Around the World
-Voice and Accountability: The effects of e-Government on the Quality of Political Institutions
-E-participation in Local Climate Initiatives: From Collective Engagement to Measurable Impacts?
Working with Free Access to Law Initiatives: Narratives from Africa
Reporting the Law in Perennial Time
-Lawyering in the Digital Age: Technology Collaborations for Access to Justice
-Law Students, Technology, 21st Century Law Practice and the Access to Justice Gap
Mining Legal Gold: A Social Approach to Navigating a Multimedia Legal Archive
Theresa Pardo - Creating Public Value through Government Innovation: The Case of Open Government
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Keeping your Eye on the Ball: Current Awareness for Policy-making Based on Free Legal Resources
-The Development of Translation Memory Database System for Law Translation
-Open Standards and Open Source Applications for a Sustainable Open Access to Parliamentary Activities: the Experiences and Applications of Africa i-Parliaments
-Making Legal Information Smart, Friendly and Inspiring
-Enhancing the Visualization of Law
Track 1 - Opening Government: Managing Complexity and Producing Public Value I
-Modeling an Open Government Information Polity
-A Public Value Analysis Tool for Open Government Planning
Organizational and Business Perspectives on Open Access to Information
-Implications of Publishing Legal Information in a Small Island State: Privacy v Open Justice
-Putting the Law Online: Balancing Litigant Privacy and Access to the Law
"Birds of a Feather"
-The Case for Curation: The Relevance of Digest and Citator Results in Westlaw and Lexis
-Crowdsourced Relational Law and the Redefinition of the Public Space
Track 1 - Opening Government: Managing Complexity and Producing Public Value II
-Creating Open Government Ecosystems: A Research and Development Agenda
The Challenges Facing Law via the Internet in Tanzania
Universal Access to Public Legal Information by Persons with Disabilities: The Kenya Law Reports Case Study
-AfricanLII: A Community Portal for African Law
-Digitising Australasian Legal History
-A Statutory "Time Machine"
-Search Engine Optimization and Implementation of Google Search Appliance in the Danish Legal Information System