December 2008, #14
Welcome to the 14th edition of the newsletter of the LAW&ICT Shared Virtual Campus project.
The aim of this newsletter is to keep all the participants in the project and invited people informed of what happened during the last month
The newsletter is also a way for partners to share information with the other partners. All the participants in the project are invited to send news to be included in the next number. Please, send the messages to email@example.com
|In this issue:
- Registration schedule in the Law&ICT Shared Virtual Campus.
The call for registration in the LAW&ICT Shared Virtual Campus e-learning offer (LEFIS Master, LEFIS Specialization Certificates and LEFIS courses of Professional specialization) is open until 20th February 2009. The brochure that provides information about the courses in here.The references to the registration, contents and participation in the Master, Certificates and courses will be given by:Administrative questions
FUNDACIÓN EMPRESA-UNIVERSIDAD DE ZARAGOZA
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+34 976 351508
Fernando Galindo Ayuda
Facultad de Derecho
Tel.- +34 976761455
- Iceland activities
Last 14th October Reykiavik, University of Iceland, Faculty of Political Science, Mr. Haukur Arnþórsson, obtained the PhD Grade with a doctoral thesis about the impact of ICT on Government. The abstract is here.
- EGOBS Observatory
The Spanish Agency of Ibero-American Cooperation (AECID) has approved the realization during 2009 of the following projects: the establishment in Latin America of the Observatory on Electronic Government (http://www.egobs.org/publico_egobs.pdf) and the realization of a joint learning module on Electronic Democracy (http://www.egobs.org/news/publicodemo.pdf).
- Last papersSeveral recent papers on the developments of the LAW&ICT Shared Virtual Campus (in English and Spanich) are here:- Firence
– Santa Catarina
- Law&ICT Shared Virtual Campus Meeting. Nicolaus Copernicus University. Torun (Poland)
The first LAW&ICT Shared Virtual Campus Meeting during 2009 will have place in Torun (Poland) 23-24 February. The draft of the programme is HERE. The LEFIS partner interested to present learning offers to include in the Law&ICT Shared Virtual Campus offer for the year 2009-2010 are very good welcome to the Meeting. It is planned also the realization of Workshop on teaching prosecutors un cybercrime and e-evidence issues in the meeting.
- Foreseen LAW&ICT Shared Virtual Campus Meeting and Conferences 2009
Another planned meetings will have place during 2009 in: Beja (Portugal), Belfast (United Kingdom), Istambul (Turkey), La Laguna (Spain), Münster (Germany), Rovaniemi (Finland, April), Salzbug (IRIS 2009, Austria, 26-28 February), Santa Catarina (Brasil, November), Vaasa (Finland, April), Vilnius (Lithuania) and Zaragoza (Spain, May). The meetings are open to their co-organization with another activities of institutions and firms participating in LEFIS. This Newsletter will report about the celebration of the meetings.
- LEFIS Meeting in IRIS Conference
A LEFIS Business Meeting will have place in the IRIS 2009 Conference in Salzburg. Date and address: Friday 27. February 2009, 17.30-19.00, Iniversität Salzburg, Churfürststr. 1, Toskanatrakt, 5010 Salzburg, Österreich/AUSTRIA.
- Several news on Artificial Intelligence and Law
The references to several books and one conference on Artificial Intelligence, Ontologies and the Law can be found HERE.
- Oñati International Institute for the Sociology of Law
Progessor Paliwala send this message:
Greetings from Warwick. My friend Professor Picciotto has just been appointed Scientific Firector of the Onati International Institute for the Sociology of Law for 2 years from 1st September 2009 and he has asked my advice on the following. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated:
“The Institute is now looking for a new Publications manager. In view of the importance of the shift to electronic publications, and since it already publishes two electronic journals, it is very important that the new person should have knowledge and experience of electronic publishing. I´d therefore appreciate any help you could give in locating any such person who might like to live in the beautiful Basque country. It could be a UK-based person who might be interested in a move, or perhaps you have contacts through the ELJ project to people un Spain or elsewhere, e.g.a newsletter un which we could advertise the post. The IISL publishes mainly in English, but obviously some knowledge of Spanish, or even Basque, or at least a willingness to learn, would be important too.”
- Egovernment Conference in DEXA 2009
The call for papers for the Eighth international EGOV conference 2009 in (http://www.egov-conference.org/egov-2009).
- The LEFIS Series
The edited volumes of the LEFIS Series list is here. The edition of the 7th volume is finishing.