GLIN

AcronymDefinition
GLINGlobal Legal Information Network
GLINGreat Lakes Information Network
GLINGrijze Literatuur In Nederland (Dutch: Gray Literature in the Netherlands; publications database)
GLINGrey Literature in the Netherlands (Dutch academic publications database)
GLINGood Luck in Next (online gaming)
GLINGloucestershire Local Information Network (UK)
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Indeed the entire GLIN membership sees Qatar as a benefiting successor and voted earlier this year to accept MoJ as the new leader of this international network," added Mao.
He expected that GLIN would have a promising future under the administration of Qatar for it has the resources and capabilities to meet the expectations of both the members and the global public.
However, recent members have included GLIN (US Library of Congress), SAFLII (now based at the South African Constitutional Court, and operated by its Trust), the Kenya Law Reports (a semi-governmental body) and the Thai Law Reform Commission.
There are as yet few government based FALM members, but government based 'LIIs' face different funding challenges; GLIN is unusual in having obtained sustained government funding.
The GLIN supports this idea in a way that is very practical, low cost, and achievable.
This computer-based network, born in 1991, today operates out of GLIN Central at the Law Library of Congress in Washington, D.
Rubens Medina, law librarian and GLIN director, praised NASA for its willingness to offer its expertise and technology.
Hutchinson of Oxford; a sister, Anne Glins of Nokomis, FL; two grandsons, Erik and Brian and several nieces and nephews.
Glins and her husband Richard of Sarasota, FL, Leona Izer of Nokomis, FL and her devoted sister, Catherine Hutchinson of Leicester.