This short conversation on Twitter exemplifies why a social layer can make a case law platform so much more powerful. It opens up space for exchange between lawyers to share their expertise, for junior staff to learn from more experienced counterparts and to effectively link research with sources.
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The True Heroes ‘International Conference on Human Rights and the new Media’ was meticulously planned for six months, to be held on 19-20 April in The Hague. Then the ash cloud came and flights to the Netherlands became almost impossible. As a result 25 human rights defenders could not reach their conference and risked to be robbed of […]