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

Subject Analysis, Law, Cataloguing, Classification, Indexing, EuroVoc, VocBench, Controlled Vocabularies

When

21 August 2017

Where

Auditorium Hall (SI)

Description

Session 120, 16:00 - 18:00

Chair: George Prager (New York University Law School, United States)

Chair: Maja Žumer (University of Ljubljana, Slovenia)

Chair: Hélène Besnier (Bibliothèque Cujas, France)

Barbara Szczepanska (Hogan Lovells (Warszawa) LLP, Poland).

  • Law Cataloguing and Classification in Poland: A Journey through Time (and Practices)

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.

  • Classification and Subject Indexing System of the Institute of Research on Law at the National Autonomous University of Mexico = Sistema de clasificación e indización temática del Instituto de Investigaciones Jurídicas de la Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México.

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, Luxembourg.

Anne Waniart, Publications Office of the European Union, Luxembourg.

  • Optimizing Subject Access to Legal Resources: EuroVoc and VocBench. Benefits of Using Multilingual Controlled Vocabularies and an Open Source Collaborative Tool for their Maintenance

Carla Davis-Castro, Law Library, Library of Congress, United States.

  • Legal Pluralism: Library of Congress’ Indigenous Law Portal,

Programme, Law Libraries

Last update: 14 May 2018