Optimizing Subject Access to Legal Resources: Solidarity in Divergence - Subject Analysis and Access Section with Law Libraries (SI)

When

21 August 2017

Where

Wrocław, Poland

Description

The Open Program will take place on  21 August, 16-18,Auditorium Hall.

  1. Law Cataloguing and Classification in Poland: A Journey Through Time (and Practices)
    Barbara Szczepanska, Hogan Lovells (Warszawa) LLP, Poland
    Paper in English
     
  2.  Sistema de clasificación e indización temática del Instituto de Investigaciones Jurídicas de la Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México / Classification and Subject Indexing System of the Institute of Research on Law at the National Autonomous University of Mexico.
    Filiberto Felipe Martínez-Arellano, National Autonomous University of Mexico, Mexico
    Federico Hernández-Pacheco, National Autonomous University of Mexico, Mexico
    Efrén Chávez-Hernández, National Autonomous University of Mexico, Mexico
    Paper in Spanish. Translation into English
     
  3. ​Optimizing Subject Access to Legal Resources: EuroVoc and VocBench. Benefits of Using Multilingual Controlled Vocabularies and an Open Source Collaborative Tool for their Maintenance
    Rudolf W. Strohmeier, Publications Office of the European Union, Luxembourg
    Willem van Gemert, Publications Office of the European Union, Luxembourg
    Christine Laaboudi, Publications Office of the European Union, LuxembourgAnne Waniart, Publications Office of the European Union, Luxembourg
    Paper in English   Translation into Arabic
     
  4.  Legal Pluralism: Library of Congress’ Indigenous Law Portal
    Carla Davis-Castro, Law Library, Library of Congress, United States
    Paper in English

Programme, Subject Analysis and Access

Last update: 14 May 2018