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The Institute of Legal Information Theory and Techniques (ITTIG) belongs to the Italian National Research Council.

The Institute's activities include research, specialized training, consultancy and technical-scientific transferal in the field of information and communications technology applied to law and public administration.

The Institute produces and distributes data bases of national and international importance and makes specialized tools and software available for the searching of legal information on the Web. 



Call for contribution: OPEN DATA AND RE-USE OF PUBLIC SECTOR INFORMATION for the International Journal "Informatica e Diritto"

L'ITTIG is partner of the Festival d'Europa, Florence, May 6-10, 2011 Festival d'Europa
Workshop From Information to Knowledge - On Line Access to Legal Information:
New: Consular and Diplomatic Protection. Legal framework in the EU Member States, 2011
NewGuida alla redazione degli atti amministrativi. Regole e suggerimenti, 2010
New: La legge come mezzo di comunicazione di massa. L'evoluzione della tecnica legislativa a Firenze dal '500 all'800, 2010
List of all volumes and series
ITTIG publications complimentary copies
* VIPD Databases: February 2011; 9835 docs
* BIG Database: February 2011; + 673 docs
* DoGi Database: January 2011; + 2.044 docs
* DoGi Database - Collective works : November 2010; 343 docs
* "Law Libraries in Italy" Guide: May 2010
* DoGiS Database: July 2009;  39.157 docs
* ELIOS guide: December 2008; + 100 docc.
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