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Editing OntoLex-Lemon in VocBench 3

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Manuel Fiorelli, Armando Stellato, Tiziano Lorenzetti, Andrea Turbati, Peter Schmitz, Enrico Francesconi, Najeh Hajlaoui, Brahim Batouche. Proceedings of The 12th Language Resources and Evaluation Conference. 2020.
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Affordable Content in Legal Education by Connie S. Lenz :: SSRN

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Law schools can assist their students by adopting more affordable content in courses while continuing to meet pedagogical goals. Part II of this article provide
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The Geek in Review Ep. 77 - The Georgia Copyright Trilogy… The Final Chapter

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Before the world turned upside down, one of the issues we were following was the Georgia v. Public.Resource.Org case where the State of Georgia brought a
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Courts, Mediation and COVID-19 by Tania Sourdin, John Zeleznikow :: SSRN

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Fundamental to the practice of law is the need to adapt to the ever-changing circumstances of human society. The COVID19 pandemic is requiring lawyers, courts,
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Judges Versus Jurors: Biased Attributions in the Courtroom by G Dominioni, P Desmet, L T. Visscher SSRN

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The fundamental purpose of a tort trial is to allocate responsibility. However, attributing fault is difficult, and decades of research in psychology have shown
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Blog de Jarvis Legal @jarvislegal_fr

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Jarvis Legal est un logiciel collaboratif complet dédié aux professionnels du droit qui veulent simplifier le quotidien de leurs équipes
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Du juge « bouche de la loi » dans sa « tour d’ivoire » au juge « gardien des promesses » dans la cité: une reformulation contemporaine de l’indépendance judiciaire From the Judge as "Mouth of t...

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French Abstract: Le concept d’indépendance judiciaire que nous a légué l’État libéral de droit ne rend plus compte de la façon par laquelle le pouvoir judiciaire entre aujourd’hui en rapport avec les autres pouvoirs de l’État ni de la façon dont il entre en relation avec la société civile. Une description adéquate et plus contemporaine de concept d’indépendance judiciaire fait toujours défaut et ce problème n’est pas sans conséquences dans la pratique. Ce texte propose une reformulation du concept d’indépendance judiciaire basée sur les notions de transparence, de liberté cognitive et d’autonomie. L’objectif poursuivi est de contribuer à l’effort que requiert une mise à jour du concept et à une prise de distance plus critique par rapport aux représentations classiques du juge simple « bouche de la loi » ou de celle du juge isolé dans sa « tour d’ivoire ». Le juge se représente aujourd’hui comme un « gardien des promesses » en dialogue avec la cité. La conception de l’indépendance judiciaire doit pouvoir tenir compte de cette représentation.

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Public Attitudes Towards Oral Arguments by Ryan C. Black, Timothy R. Johnson, Ryan J. Owens, Justin Wedeking :: SSRN

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We report the results of an April 2020 survey where we asked nearly 1500 individuals about their views toward oral argument. The results suggest that there is r
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Forensic Source Conclusions: Twenty Threats to Validity by Jonathan J. Koehler :: SSRN

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Forensic science evidence may be the most powerful weapon in the arsenal of law enforcement officials and prosecutors. As such, it is important to be aware of
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The Power of a Positive Tweet by Patricia Grande Montana :: SSRN

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This essay explores how a simple act, such as positive tweet by a law school dean about the value of legal writing scholarship, can increase legal writing profe
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Dead Ringers? Legal Persons and the Deceased in European Data Protection Law by David Erdos :: SSRN

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Notwithstanding suggestions that the treatment of legal and deceased person data during European data protection’s development has been broadly comparable, this
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GDPR Myopia: How a Well-Intended Regulation ended up Favoring Google in Ad Tech by Damien Geradin, Dimitrios Katsifis, Theano Karanikioti :: SSRN

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This paper shows that while the GDPR, which lies at the core of the EU digital privacy legislation, has arguably delivered positive outcomes by enhancing the pr
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Teaching Legal Analysis: A Tale from the Front by Charles Splawn :: SSRN

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Legal analysis is the foundational skill of lawyering, and it is at least part of what captivated us as law students. But because legal analysis is as much art
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2020 Ends a Decade of 62 New Data Privacy Laws by @GrahamGreenleaf, Bertil Cottier :: SSRN

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The decade 2010-2019 has seen 62 new countries enacting data privacy laws, more than in any previous decade, giving a total of 142 countries with such laws by t
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Algorithmic Content Moderation on Social Media in EU Law: Illusion of Perfect Enforcement by Céline Castets-Renard :: SSRN

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Intermediaries today do much more than passively distribute user content and facilitate user interactions. They now have near-total control of users’ online exp
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Affordable Content in Legal Education by Connie S. Lenz :: SSRN

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Law schools can assist their students by adopting more affordable content in courses while continuing to meet pedagogical goals. Part II of this article provide
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Of Law School Rankings and Football by CJ Ryan :: SSRN

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U.S. News & World Report recently announced its intention to offer a new ranking measuring the scholarly impact of law schools’ faculty members. In produci
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Measuring 'Access to Justice' in the Rush to Digitize by Amy J. Schmitz :: SSRN

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Access to Justice (“A2J”) is the hot topic of the day, energizing Twitter and judges alike. Meanwhile, professors and policymakers join in song, singing the pr
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Legal Writing as a Discipline: Past, Present, and Future by Jan M. Levine :: SSRN #legistique

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Legal research and legal writing, particularly for persuasive purposes, have been a part of a lawyer’s stock in trade at least as far back as ancient Greece and
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Gatekeeping The Profession by Christopher Williams :: SSRN

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This article critically examines the structure of U.S. legal education and reveals how the structure of U.S. legal education serves as a racial gatekeeper that
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Appel à contributions Droit et image : les manuscrits juridiques enluminés - Clio@Themis

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Droit et image : les manuscrits juridiques enluminés Dossier thématique de Clio@Thémis consacré aux enluminures dans les manuscrits juridiques (...)

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Reading the Illegible: Can Law Understand Graffiti? by Katya Assaf Zakharov, Tim Schnetgoeke :: SSRN

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This essay focuses on graffiti – the practice of illegal writing and painting on trains, walls, bridges, and other publicly visual surfaces. Although the practi
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Cultural Heritage Law and Transitional Justice: The Law and Politics of Tragedy Corpses and Atrocity Museums by Lucas Lixinski :: SSRN

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This paper discusses the relationships between (international) cultural heritage law and transitional justice (TJ) from the perspective of two major heritage do
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Ouverture du Tribunal Digital dans les DROM @CNG_TC

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Depuis le 12 mai dernier, les entrepreneurs des départements et régions d’outre-mer peuvent désormais accéder au Tribunal Digital.
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