Launching in London today, the Espresso Book Machine can print any of 500,000 titles while you wait,the machine prints and binds books on demand in five minutes.The majority of these books are currently out-of-copyright works, but Blackwell (the Company debuting the machine) is working with publishers throughout the UK to increase access to in-copyright writings. Read more at Espresso
The Legal Workshop is now online. It’s a free magazine featuring articles based on legal scholarship published in the print editions of seven participating law reviews. Launched by the Law Reviews at Chicago, Cornell, Duke, Georgetown, NYU, Northwestern and Stanford.
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On April 21st UNESCO and the Library of Congress officially unveiled its $60 million joint effort to allow libraries and museums across the globe to share valuable cultural and educational data with anyone who had access to the Internet. The results can viewed at
World Digital Library
Rodney A. Smolla, Free Speech Does A Body Good: Restrictions on Pill Data Choke Off Valuable Information, 32 Legal Times (April 20, 2009).
Rodney A. Smolla, Words “Which By Their Very Utterance Inflict Injury”: The Evolving Treatment of Inherently Dangerous Speech in Free Speech Law and Theory , 36 Pepp. L. Rev. 317 (2008).
A project called “FreeLegalWeb” seeks to provide free-of-charge access to UK primary and secondary legal materials, and a free legal citator. The project is led by Nick Holmes of Infolaw, Robert Casalis de Pury of UniRom Systems Limited, and Harry Metcalfe of The Dextrousweb. This project seems complementary to the Free Access to Law Movement, which is organized around legal information institutes.
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Timothy S. Jost, Value-Based Purchasing in Traditional Medicare: Legal Issues, in Making Medicare Sustainable, Len Nichols & Robert Bereenson (Eds) (New American Foundation 2009).
To view or print cases in PDF format on Westlaw hold the control key down and click on the PDF icon.In order for the PDF to open, you must continue to hold the control key down until the document opens.Once the document opens in PDF you can print to any of your attached printers. Westlaw printers are not available for printing using the PDF option.
Speedy Rice and Brandie L. Reisman, Access to Justice for Tort Claims Against a Sovereign in the Courts of the United States of America in Accesso Alla Giustizia Dell’Indivdua Nel Dritto Internazionale E Dell’Unione Europa (2008).