Law Libraries with Parliamentary Libraries, Information Technology and Committee on Freedom of Access to Information and Freedom of Expression (FAIFE)

19 August 2014 09:30 – 12:45 | Room: Forum, Conference Session 121


  • Global online access to law (GOAL) to further sustainable development
    LIESBETH KANIS (Brill. Leiden, Netherlands) 
  • Outsourcing – opportunity or threat? New management models and future challenges for legal information services
    DONALD LICKLEY (Sue Hill Recruitment & Services Ltd, London, United Kingdom)
  • Fast forward to the future: building a digital repository for the Myanmar Parliament to store, organize and make accessible parliament’s documents for the use of Members of Parliaments, parliamentary staff and Myanmar Citizen
    NI NI AYE (Hluttaw Library, Research and Information Services, Pyidaungsu Hluttaw [Parliament], Nay Pyi Daw, Myanmar) and MOIRA FRASER (UNDP/IPU Project to support the development of Myanmar’s Union Assembly)
  • Transformational role of law libraries in access to justice in India: Time to act locally and think globally
    RAVINDER KUMAR CHADHA (Parliament of India, Lok Sabha Secretariat, New Delhi, India) and PRIYA RAI (Justice T. P.S Chawla Library, National Law University, New Delhi, India)
  • French heritage law collections in the digital age: cooperation for access
    KARINE DELVERT and ALEXANDRA GOTTELY (Bibliothèque Cujas, Paris, France), ALINE GIRARD and PASCAL SANZ (Bibliothèque nationale de France, Paris, France)
  • Designing cloud computing based library services for law professionals: A South Asian experience
    AJAY PRATAP SINGH (Department of Library and Information Science, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, India)
  • Service-oriented architecture for automatic markup of documents. An use case for legal documents
    FRANCISCO CIFUENTES SILVA (Biblioteca del Congreso Nacional de Chile, Santiago, Chile)