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Recherche documentaire juridique - Méthodologie. Larcier (Paradigmes), 4e édition 2018. S. Toussaint, A. Zyans, S. Cottin

From www.larciergroup.com

Un ouvrage sur la documentation juridique qui intègre les nouvelles technologies et qui fournit aux étudiants français les connaissances indispensables pour consulter et utiliser efficacement toutes les sources d'informations disponibles.
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Intelligence artificielle en droit : derrière la "hype", la réalité - Un blog pour l'information juridique @precisement

From www.precisement.org



[Ce "paper", initialement publié en 2017, est régulièrement mis à jour.]

Legal tech, justice prédictive et plus encore "intelligence (...)
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Les séminaires Droit et Mathématiques de l'IHEJ | IHEJ

From ihej.org

Les bouleversements induits par les nouvelles technologies ont des incidences sur le champ du Droit. Avoir une démarche interdisciplinaire permet d'appréhender
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Law Search as Prediction by Michael A. Livermore, Faraz Dadgostari, Mauricio Guim, Peter Beling, Daniel Rockmore :: SSRN

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The process of searching for relevant legal materials is fundamental to legal reasoning. However, despite its enormous practical and theoretical importance, law
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Assessing Academic Law Libraries' Performance and Implementing Change: The Reorganization of a Law Library by Linda Kawaguchi :: SSRN

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The confluence of the crisis in legal education and the evolution of legal information presents the perfect opportunity for law schools to actively decide what
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'Clarifying' Murphy’s Law: If Something Can Go Wrong (in Reconciling Commandeering and Conditional Preemption Doctrines), Did it? by Vikram D. Amar :: SSRN

From papers.ssrn.com

Murphy v National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) is perplexing. Not because the outcome was indecisive; the Court held 7-2 that key provisions of the f
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Laws on Erasure of Online Information @lawlibcongress (comparison btw Canada, France, European Union, Germany, Israel, Japan, New Zealand, Norway, Portugal, Russia, Spain, and the United Kingdom)

From www.loc.gov

This report by the Law Library of Congress provides information on the laws on erasure of online information in Canada, France, European Union, Germany, Israel, Japan, New Zealand, Norway, Portugal, Russia, Spain, and the United Kingdom.

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Les députés se penchent sur la mise en Open Data des décisions de justice

From www.nextinpact.com

En commission, les députés ont levé différentes restrictions voulues par les sénateurs au sujet de la mise en ligne des décisions de justice. Il est néanmoins prévu que tous les noms et prénoms des parties, personnes physiques, soient systématiquement occultés. Ceux des juges pourront également l'être, par exemple en cas d'atteinte à leur vie privée.
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On the Automatic Analysis of Rules Governing Online Communities

From link.springer.com

The automatic translation of rules or legal text from natural language into formal language has gained interest in the natural language processing domain, especially in the field of law and AI
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The Supreme Court & Science: A Case in Point by Linda Greenhouse :: SSRN

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When it comes to science and technology, Supreme Court justices resemble lay people in robes, often ill-equipped to grasp fully the implications of the importan
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Access to Justice, Rationality, and Personal Jurisdiction by Adam Steinman :: SSRN

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After more than twenty years of silence, the Supreme Court has addressed personal jurisdiction six times over the last six Terms. This Article examines the Cour
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Directive NIS – L’ANSSI accompagne les premiers opérateurs de services essentiels | Agence nationale de la sécurité des systèmes d'information

From www.ssi.gouv.fr

L’ANSSI est l'autorité nationale en matière de sécurité et de défense des systèmes d’information. Prévention, protection, réaction, formation et labellisation de solutions et de services pour la sécurité numérique de la Nation.
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Court Technology Bulletin: New Secure and Technologically Advanced Courthouse Opened

From courttechbulletin.blogspot.com

A blog about court technology, court e-filing, and E-Courts by the National Center for State Courts, USA.
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Afficher les spécialités du cabinet en vitrine :tirer les leçons de la récente décision du CE

From www.lja.fr

Exercer en boutique : un nouveau mode d’exercice de la profession d’avocats se développe au grand jour avec le développement des réseaux d’agences d’avocats franchisés, installées en boutiques avec pignon sur rues, qui proposent en vitrine compétences et tarifs.
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La justice du quotidien simplifiée

From www.lemonde.fr

Le projet de réforme de la justice, qui sera examiné à partir du 19 novembre à l’Assemblée nationale, prévoit 500 millions d’investissement sur cinq ans dans le numérique.
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5 questions à se poser pour choisir son logiciel juridique

From www.jarvis-legal.fr

Comment choisir son logiciel juridique ? 5 questions à se poser pour faire un choix éclairé et adapté à l'organisation de son cabinet.
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The Horizontal Effect Doctrine as a Form of Porosity among Legal Systems by Angelo Golia :: SSRN

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This paper analyzes the third-party or horizontal effect doctrine (HED) of fundamental rights from a functionalist perspective. It argues that, following the pr
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Privacy and Security A Pedagogic Cybersecurity Framework by Peter Swire :: SSRN

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“Real” cybersecurity today devotes enormous effort to non-code vulnerabilities and responses. This essay proposes a Pedagogic Cybersecurity Framework (PCF) for
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How to Grow A Lawyer: A Guide for Law Schools, Law Professors, and Law Students by Edwin S. Fruehwald :: SSRN

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We live in a world of accelerating change. Yet, legal education still relies mainly on a teaching approach developed in 1870. Is this any way to grow a lawyer?
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Better Regulation: Holding the European Commission Accountable? by Alberto Alemanno :: SSRN

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This article examines what difference – if any – the renewed EU Better Regulation Agenda has made for the EU Commission in terms of its own accountability and p
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How to Grow A Lawyer: A Guide for Law Schools, Law Professors, and Law Students by Edwin S. Fruehwald :: SSRN

From papers.ssrn.com

We live in a world of accelerating change. Yet, legal education still relies mainly on a teaching approach developed in 1870. Is this any way to grow a lawyer?
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Accepting Cryptocurrency As Payment for Legal Fees: Ethical and Practical Considerations by Herrick K. Lidstone, Erik Schuessler :: SSRN

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In the early 1970s, the legal community grappled with whether to allow payment of legal fees by then-innovative means: the credit card. The first ABA opinion on
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Blockchain, Business Supply Chains, Sustainability, and Law: The Future of Governance, Legal Frameworks, and Lawyers? by Adam J. Sulkowski :: SSRN

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Blockchain technology has been hailed as the next disruptive leap forward in data sciences. Most legal scholarship related to the topic has focused on its relev
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The Law Officer (LO) and Compliance Officer (CO): Status, Function, Liabilities, and Relationship by Tamar Frankel :: SSRN

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The rise of Compliance officers (COs) has raised questions about their status in institutions and comparisons to the Legal Officers (CLOs). While both officers
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When Does Big Law Work? by Abraham Cable :: SSRN

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Law firms have grown from hundreds of lawyers to thousands of lawyers, and the conventional wisdom is that this trend fuels dissatisfaction among lawyers. This
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