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Daily Archives: June 7, 2023

Taube Archive of the International Military Tribunal (IMT) at Nuremberg, 1945‑46

Stanford Libraries: “The Taube Archive of the International Military Tribunal (IMT) at Nuremberg, 1945-46 archival collection provides access to a digital version of Nuremberg IMT courtroom proceedings and documentation, including evidentiary films, full audio recordings of the proceedings, and approximately 250,000 pages of digitized paper documents. These documents include transcripts of the hearings in English, French, German and Russian; written pleadings; evidence exhibits filed by the prosecution and the defense; documents of the Committee for the Investigation and Prosecution of Major War Criminals; the judgment. All 9,920 collection items are searchable and viewable in digital form…”

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Standards and the Law

Coglianese, Cary, Standards and the Law (May 13, 2023). Standardization: Journal of Research and Innovation, Vol. 2, no. 2, p. 15, 2023, U of Penn Law School, Public Law Research Paper No. 23-18, Available at SSRN: “The world of standards and the world of laws are often seen as separate, but they are more… Continue Reading

The effect of safety attire on perceptions of cyclist dehumanisation

Elsevier – Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour, Volume 95, May 2023, Pages 494-509 . The effect of safety attire on perceptions of cyclist dehumanisation [full text – no fee] 30 % of respondents (n = 563) considered cyclists less than fully human.’ Cyclists with helmets were perceived as less human compared to… Continue Reading


“U.S. Government Publishing Office (GPO) in partnership with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Central Library is working to add more than 47,000 unique items published by NOAA authors and grantees to the National Collection of U.S. Government Public Information. GPO shares NOAA’s goal of providing additional avenues to access Government research and making… Continue Reading

ABA issues ethics guidance for lawyer’s use of legal assistants

“The American Bar Association Standing Committee on Ethics and Professional Responsibility released a formal opinion today that provides guidance for how a lawyer might use a legal assistant to perform client intake tasks under ABA Model Rules of Professional Conduct. Formal Opinion 506 points to Model Rule 5.3, which relates to managing and supervising, and… Continue Reading

What to know about the Canadian wildfires affecting parts of the U.S.

Washington Post [free link]: “Uncontrollable flames are ravaging swaths of Canadian forest in what authorities have described as a “devastating” wildfire season that could become the worst the country has ever seen. The United States’ northern neighbor is home to some of the world’s densest forests, and it experiences wildfires every year. But this year,… Continue Reading

Here’s what your boss might be able to see while you’re at work

Washington Post [free link] – “Workplace software like Microsoft, Google Workspace, Slack and Zoom log certain activities that could be accessed by your employer…The software tools you use to do tasks like collaborate with your colleagues, host meetings or create digital files often track certain activities for various purposes, in many cases for safety, security… Continue Reading