The Indexer: The International Journal of Indexing

Law via the Internet 2015 conference

The Indexer: The International Journal of Indexing (2016), 34, (1), 12–16.

Abstract

Free access to public legal information for the general public and professionals promotes justice and the rule of law. Presenters at the 2015 Law via the Internet conference discussed projects using the power of technology combined with expert human input to make information accessible, and to extract new information from large document collections. Although the scale is different, there are similarities in the ways in which indexers and informaticians explore meaning, develop standards and consider user needs to make information widely accessible.

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Browne, Glenda