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AustLII's third lunchtime Research Seminar for 2013 will be presented by Andrew Mowbray, Professor of Law and Information Technology at UTS and AustLII co-founder, on the topic The LawCite citator - Its potential uses, and some heuristics behind it. Details of the Seminar Topic are below.
Date: Thursday 11 July 2013
Time: 12:00 - 1:00
Venue: AustLII Offices, Level 12, Building 10, 235-253 Jones Street, Ultimo - see map (PDF)
RSVP by Tuesday, 9 July 2013 to Cathy Quigley Tel: 02 9514 4921 or Email: cathy(at)austlii.edu.au
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|Topic:||The LawCite citator - Its potential uses, and some heuristics behind it|
|Speaker:||Andrew Mowbray is Professor of Law and Information Technology at UTS and (with Graham Greenleaf) a co-founder of AustLII in 1995.|
|Duration:||The seminar lasts for an hour, including 20 minutes for discussion.|
This seminar will cover the development, operation and future of the LawCite case citator. LawCite is an automatically generated international legal case and journal article citator. Currently, it contains over 4 million citation records of cases, law reform documents and journal articles. LawCite was built as part of a 3 year Australian Research Council (ARC) funded Linkage project.