Free Access to Law Movement

Free Access to Law Movement
In June 2011 the Institute - through "IALS Information Projects" and IALS Digital Collections http://ials.sas.ac.uk/library/digital/digital.htm became a member of the worldwide Free Access to Law Movement (FALM). FALM is a loose alliance of over 40 institutes and organisations which subscribe to the Declaration on Free Access to Law and collaborate in the free provision of legal information and on global policy issues. The Declaration appears at http://www.worldlii.org/worldlii/declaration/ which also lists the member organisations based in countries and regions such as Australia, Canada, Cyprus, Hong Kong, India, Italy, Pacific Islands, Philippines, Southern Africa, Uganda, and the USA. The Journal of Open Access to Law is an open-access, peer-reviewed journal for the promotion of the international research on the topic of open access to law. JOAL provides an international forum for academic researchers as well as for practitioners of open legal publishing. 

Highlights from LVI (Law Via the Internet) conference Sydney 2015

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