Adrian Kelly, legal counsel at IRD will present his paper “A Computer Language Model for Digitising New Zealand Statute Law”, which he will have presented in Zambia at the In-house Counsel conference.
We will also have a small demo by Mike Fergsson of his smartcore-based rules engine implementation … a ‘proto-digital statute’.
No expertise required, bring your questions!
When and Where
Tuesday, April 16, 2019
5:30 PM to 7:30 PM
L4 191-195 Thorndon Quay, Pipitea,
Free. Please RSVP here.
Meetup event for Legal Hackers NZ. Website and twitter @LegalHackersNZ
A hackathon with the aim of exploring the ideas and practice of making legislation into machine consumable ‘digital rules’ that can be reused and integrated across domains for the benefit of businesses, individuals and communities. The aim is to understand the feasibility of providing government hosted machine consumable legislation as part of Government as a Platform. We want to understand how well aligned existing standards, languages, and toolsets are for across domain integration, and what the options are for how machine consumable legislation can be presented as authoritative open data. We also want to understand the value of machine consumable legislation to community and industry.
Hackathon participants will be required to build a working demonstrator that benefits their sector or community using digital rules from more than one source, for example, legislation from multiple agencies, or trade agreements, or any other form of rules from more than one source. Teams will need to show the value of digital rules, how they made the digital rules consumable by everyone, and share their lessons learnt.
As background, see the recent work from the Service Innovation Lab on Better Rules for Government.
Please make sure to read the hackthon’s Code of Conduct.
When and Where
Level 3, 95 Customhouse Quay,
Saturday 19th May and Sunday 20th May, 2018
9am – 4pm each day.
Free. Please register via Eventbrite.
More information on the Better Rules Hack page including competitions.
If you have any questions please contact us via email firstname.lastname@example.org.