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Law on the Internet Conference

A call for Papers for the Law on the Internet Conference to be held on Emalus Campus Port Vila in November 2005.

Call for Papers and Conference Announcement

** Law via the Internet 2005 **

7th Conference on Computerisation of Law via the Internet

PacLII, University of the South Pacific, Port Vila, Vanuatu, 17-19 November 2005

The Pacific Islands Legal Information Institute PacLII, in conjunction with the Australasian Legal Information Institute (AustLII), will host the 7th 'Law via Internet' Conference on 16th - 18th November 2005 in Vila, Republic of Vanuatu. Previous Law via Internet Conferences have been held in Sydney (1997, 1999, 2001, 2003), Montreal (2002) and Paris (2004).

Law via the Internet 2005 will present both submitted and invited papers. The Conference will be preceded by the annual meeting of the Free Access to Law Movement on 17 November, and the conference proper will take place on 18th - 19th November.

The Conference venue is the Emalus Campus at the University of the South Pacific in beautiful Port Vila, capital of Vanuatu. Port Vila is well known as a tourist destination and for its warm Melanesian hospitality. It has a wide range of excellent resort-style accommodation as well as budget accommodation.


Proposals are now invited for papers to be presented at the 2005 Conference: see the Call for Papers. The first relevant date is 1st August 2005 for submission of extended abstract / draft full paper.


  • See the Conference Home Page for current information on the program as it develops, registration, accommodation etc.
  • You can read the programmes for the 2004 (Paris) conference and for earlier conferences to see the wide range of topics covered. Also available are selected papers from previous Conferences.
  • For sponsorship opportunities or exhibition space, see the Conference Home Page.
  • PacLII is  an initiative of the University of the South Pacific School of Law.  AustLII is a joint facility of the Faculties of Law at the University of Technology, Sydney and the University of New South Wales. AustLII also hosts the World Legal Information Institute WorldLII.
  • Proceeds from the Conference will support the provision of free access to law via the net.

We hope you can join us in November.

Robynne Blake
Graham Greenleaf,
AustLII and WorldLII Programme Co-Chairs

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