FALM

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FALMFree Access to Law Movement
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The membership of the Free Access to Law Movement has to date been drawn primarily from LIIs based in academic institutions.
Nevertheless, it is clear that there is far more extensive free access to law than is provided by the current members of the Free Access to Law Movement.
As at the end of 2008, the Free Access to Law Movement only included a minority of the organisations who could be its members, and whose involvement could make it more significant both politically and technically.
Appendix 1: Members of the Free Access to Law Movement
In the seven years since the Cornell meeting, the kernel of a global free access to law movement has therefore emerged, and is establishing principles, forums and methods of cooperation, and techniques for significantly expanding the global reach and effectiveness of free access to law.
There are a lot more countries with databases in WorldLII than there are members of the Free Access to Law Movement. PacLII, Droit Francophone, CommonLII and AsianLII have incorporated into the LIIs the legal content of many organisations beyond their 'home' jurisdictions.
The project has involved close cooperation with a number of LIIs and one of the side effects of the project has been to intensify the collaboration between all of the international network of Legal Information Institutes that comprise the Free Access to Law Movement.