Law Via the Internet (LVI) Conference to be held in Jersey in September 2013

23 April 2013

Bedell Cristin Partner David Cadin will be chairing one of the sessions as a confirmed speaker at the prestigious Law Via the Internet (LVI) conference to be held in Jersey this September.

David will be chairing a session entitled ‘Technological Developments and Free Access to Law’ in which he will be examining the impact of anticipated technological developments on free online access to law in the next five to ten years and what the consequences will be for jurisdictions, governments, lawyers and individuals.

This international conference, which will be held at the Radisson Blu Hotel, St. Helier on 26 and 27 September 2013, will be hosted by the Jersey Legal Information Board (JLIB) who are proud and delighted to have secured the event for Jersey. Previous LVI conferences have been held in Asia, Africa and North America but this is the first time that the event has been staged in the British Isles

The theme of this year’s event will be ‘Free Access to Law in a Changing World’ and there will be a range of thought provoking presentations from leading academics and lawyers from Britain, Europe, and further afield. Keynote speakers at the event will be Clive Coleman, the broadcaster, barrister and comedy writer and Carol Tullo, Director of Information Policy & Services at the UK’s National Archives.

JLIB is still willing to consider proposals for speaking in certain tracks. Please click here to contact Sue du Feu, JLIB directly for further details.

Please click here for further information in relation to the conference.