Enhancing Public Access to Legal Information in the European Union
The objective of this questionnaire is to investigate patterns of legal information access and use in Greece and Austria: the reasons why individuals and organisations use legal information, the sources they utilise, and the search strategies they employ.

Legal information is important to a wide variety of societal actors in professional and personal contexts. Such information broadly comprises of official legal documents (legislation, acts, bills, case laws, resolutions, decisions, etc.), administration-generated content (minutes, reports, internal communications, etc.), scientific and practitioner publications (legal commentary, interpretation, expert opinion, scientific evidence, etc.), citizen-generated content (blogs, newsletters, social media, etc.), and relevant news/events information (legal gazette articles, publications, etc.).

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