The Uniform Law Conference of Canada is considering upgrading its web site – at least within its modest means. What do you think a legal reform and harmonization site needs to offer? Some ongoing projects are more accessible to the public than others, but once something has been discussed at the annual conference, any documents are in principle available.
What is lacking in your view? What needs to be kept? What should be improved?
Does a creative commons licence make sense for it? (We might not be able to provide that retrospectively for commissioned studies, but at present the policy – expressed in the paper edition of the Proceedings – is essentially an attribution-only licence without other restrictions.)
If you have views that you don’t think are of interest to Slawians in general, feel free to send them to me directly: john @ euclid.ca.