Australian Legal Research
Posted Tuesday, 22nd September 2015
Ever struggled when having to find an Australian case or piece of legislation? Worse still, ever had to manually track a case through the courts? Then the City Legal Information Group has the session for you. Come listen to Sue Ann Yap and Michael Green from JADE, a non-profit legal research citator service, discuss the significance of open access to law, practitioner-based research flow and being a disrupted + disruptive practitioner.
They will consider some of the big questions facing us all and give us a brief insight in to the approach being taken ‘Down Under’. Questions such as:
- The changing face of the Legal Librarian
- Current awareness versus reporters: is now more important than yesterday?
- The power of collaboration and open access to information
Networking drinks will be available afterwards for further discussion.
Date: Monday, 5th October 2015
Time: 6pm - 8:00pm
Venue: Herbert Smith Freehills LLP, Exchange House, Primrose Street, London EC2A 2EG
Cost: Free for members, £18 for non-members
(non-member’s ticket price includes CLIG membership until the end of March 2016)
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