Jon Bing and the History of Computerised Legal Research - Some Missing Links

ET TILBAKEBLIKK PÅ FREMTIDEN (‘LOOKING BACK AT THE FUTURE’), pp. 61-75, Olav Torvund and Lee Bygrave, eds., Unipub, 2004

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Graham Greenleaf

University of New South Wales, Faculty of Law

Date Written: January 30, 2004

Abstract

This paper reviews the contributions of Jon Bing to the field of computerisation of law, using as its two bookends his groundbreaking 'Handbook of Legal Information Retrieval' (1984), and twenty years later his 2003 article "The Policies of Legal Information Services: A Perspective of Three Decades." The vision uniting these two works is that of an integrated national legal information service.

Keywords: legal information retrieval, computerisation of law, legal research

JEL Classification: K4

Suggested Citation

Greenleaf, Graham, Jon Bing and the History of Computerised Legal Research - Some Missing Links (January 30, 2004). ET TILBAKEBLIKK PÅ FREMTIDEN (‘LOOKING BACK AT THE FUTURE’), pp. 61-75, Olav Torvund and Lee Bygrave, eds., Unipub, 2004. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=537142

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