Legal crowdsourcing and relational law: what the semantic web can do por legal education
Casanovas, Pompeu (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. Institut de Dret i Tecnologia)

Data: 2012
Resum: Crowdsourcing and Relational Law are interrelated concepts that can be successfully applied to the legal domain and, more specifically, to the field of legal education. ‘Crowdsourcing’ means ‘participation of people (crowds)’ and refers theoretically to the aggregated production of a common knowledge in a global data space. ‘Relational law’ refers to the regulatory link between Web 2. 0 and 3. 0, based on trust and dialogue, which emerges from the intertwining of top-down existing legal systems and bottom-up participation (the Web of People). Legal education today has a major role to play in the broad space opened up in terms of future potential of the Semantic Web. The following paper places a lens on the educational value of crowdsourcing and the relational approach to governance and law.
Drets: Tots els drets reservats.
Llengua: Català
Document: article ; recerca ; publishedVersion
Matèria: Web semàntica ; Semantic web ; Legal education
Publicat a: Journal of Australian Law Teachers Association, Vol. 5, Num. 1-2 (2012) , p.159-175, ISSN 1836-5620

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