The recent posting on SLAW about Carl Malmud’s “maverick” actions of shaming the U.S. government by himself publishing American case law on the Internet got me thinking.
Can we in Canada not shame our governments into digitizing the historical versions of federal and provincial legislation in a manner similar to that done in Alberta through the Alberta Heritage Digitization Project (AHDP)?
Perhaps this will be a topic to be discussed at the 8th International Conference of Law Via the Internet conference in Montreal in October.
If not, treat this post as a rallying cry.
Surely it would only be . . . [more]