Project info for Electronic Law Project

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The Center for Electronic Law's "Electronic Law Project" is currently seeking assistance in revamping and updating the website, digitizing video, forming a committee to proceed with matters pertaining to electronic law. Currently we are seeking grant money to produce documentaries relative to electronic law issues.

We assist people in understanding electronic legal issues. We are not lawyers but have an interest in law. Our ultimate goal is to obtain funds for lobbying Congress and assisting those in need of funding in electronic law and digital ventures. We would like to have web sections for each area of electronic law and would like to include detailed information about the Free document license by providing a "free" recipe repository there.

We would like to serve as a community resource for electronic law and for funding other projects.

We need writers, developers, anyone interested in this area.

License: Free Documentation License (updating to)

This project has the following developers:

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