The other day a friend came to me because he heard about the openlaws.eu project. He said: “Hey, openlaws sounds great – does that mean that I can write my own laws now?”. I had to tell him no, but that it was almost as good as that…
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- 25 for 25: Zen and the Art of Pioneer Maintenance
- 25 for 25: Underestimating the Internet
- 25 for 25: AustLII 1995: What did we think we were doing?
- A short case study of administrative decision publishing
- 25 for 25: So, it’s been 25 years. The LII, its descendants and their future.
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- 25 for 25: Long ago, in a galaxy far, far away…
- Constitutions as Summer Reading
- Legal Research Ontology, Part II
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