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 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”