To address the issue of authentication, AALL convened a national summit on Authentic Legal Information in the Digital Age in Chicago, Illinois on April 20-21, 2007. Approximately fifty delegates from the judiciary, the legal community, state governments, and interested organizations participated, along with AALL leaders. They discussed the findings of the AALL State-by-State Report on Authentication of Online Legal Resources report and explored legal and technological solutions to ensure that state online legal resources are authenticated and trustworthy.
- Session One: AALL’s State-By-State Report on Authentication of Online Legal Resources
- Session Two: The Technological Solutions for Best Practices
- Session Three: The Legal Solutions
- Closing Remarks
- “AALL Reaches the Tipping Point in National Leadership on Digital Authentication,” AALL Spectrum, July 2007, at 6.
- “Losing the Law: a Call To Arms,” 10 Green Bag 2d 279 (2007)
- “Assuring Authentic Legal Information in the Digital Age”
- “Can you rely on the Indiana Code?”
- Free Government Information – “State-by-State Report on Authentication of Online Legal Resources”
- Indiana Law Blog – “Ind. Courts – Admissibility of Electronic Evidence – Is It Authentic?”
- “Is Primary Legal Information on the Web Trustworthy?” The Judges’ Journal. Fall 2010. Vol. 49 Number 4.
- “The Lack of Effort to Ensure Integrity and Trustworthiness of Online Legal Information and Documents”, The Judges’ Journal, Summer 2007, Vol.46 Num.3.
- Law Librarians’ Society of the District of Columbia – “AALL’s Authentication Summit,” Law Library Lights, Summer 2007, at 26.
- “Paper Is Not a Drag,” 11 Green Bag 2d 12 (2007)
- WisBlawg – From the UWLaw Library – “How Trustworthy Are State-Level Primary Legal Resources on the Web? Not Very, Says AALL Report”