One source of valuable data, however, is often overlooked: legal data. Ordinances, regulations, and other law-related materials are one of the most important outputs of government. They not only reflect policy priorities, but they also affect day-to-day government operations and the lives of constituents.
Here, however, is the problem. Although the benefits of using legal data are many, capturing legal data is hard.
Open Law Library modernizes the lawmaking process; empowering governments to focus on high-value tasks, auto-updates the legal code as laws become effective, and improves how governments connect with citizens.