Finland is currently implementing the European Case Law Identifier in all case law databases of Finlex, the national legal data bank.
The national ECLI coordinator is Aki Hietanen, Ministry of Justice, Finland, e-mail: email@example.com
The country code for Finland is: [FI]
Finland is currently implementing the European Case Law Identifier in all case law databases in Finlex, the national legal data bank. The project was started with tests on the use of ECLI in the case law databases of the Finnish Supreme Court and Supreme Administrative Court. Currently also the databases of Courts of Appeal, Administrative Courts and Special Courts are using the ECLI identifier. In 2013, the metadata in the judgments will be enriched with ECLI metadata. The Finlex case law databases are already now using metadata of Dublin Core Metadata Initiative.
The ECLI identifier will also be used in the Finlex database “Case Law in Legal Literature”. The database includes references to case law in Finnish legal literature since 1926. The case law consists of judgments of e.g. the Finnish Supreme Court, Supreme Administrative Court, Courts of Appeal, the European Court of Human Rights and the EC Court of Justice.
The generation of national ECLI
Supreme Court: ECLI:FI:KKO:2011:43
Supreme Administrative Court: ECLI:FI:KHO:2011:85
- for case summaries (no full text) ECLI:FI:KHO:2010:T3764
Courts of Appeal:
Insurance Court ECLI:FI:VAKO:2010:757
Labour Court ECLI:FI:TTO:2011:108
Market Court ECLI:FI:MAO:2010:595
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