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It seems that the current workforce is looking for more flexibility in where they work, and how often that means in an office setting, a home office, or in some other remote location. We conducted a semi-Elephant Post episode this week and asked our listeners to call in and leave their stories about the pros and cons of remote working. We have a diverse group of 13 stories ranging from marketers, librarians, attorneys, techies, and more from North America and even from Europe. Key factors are trust, transparency, flexibility, and a fast Internet connection. Walk with us as we celebrate The Geek in Review's first anniversary of podcasts by listening to a baker's dozen of stories of why working remotely works, or doesn't work for people. 
Information Inspirations
By popular demand, we bring back the Information Inspirations to the beginning of the episode. 
Free the Statutes!!
Marlene points out that the US Supreme Court is taking up the issue of whether states have the right to copyright their statutes. Carl Malamud's PublicResource.ORG is arguing that the law should be outside the restrictions of copyright against the State of Georgia. We are hoping that the Supreme Court frees state statutes out from under the copyright restrictions. As does the Editorial Board of the New York Times.
Video Manipulation is a Problem!
The Washington Post has created "The Fact Checkers" in order to try to identify manipulated videos that are posted online. They created a guide to video manipulation as well as a way for the public to identify videos which they believe are manipulated. This is going to be a huge problem in society, and Marlene and Greg think that there is definitely opportunities for law librarians to play a role in identifying harmful manipulated videos.
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Simplified Courts Can't Solve Inequality by Colleen F. Shanahan, Anna E. Carpenter :: SSRN

From papers.ssrn.com

State civil courts struggle to handle the volume of cases before them. Litigants in these courts, most of whom are unrepresented, struggle to navigate the court
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The Legisprudential and Political Functions of Temporary Legislation by Ittai Bar-Siman-Tov, Gaya Harari-Heit :: SSRN

From papers.ssrn.com

This Article explores the functions or uses of temporary (or “sunset”) legislation – statutory provisions enacted for a limited time. It distinguishes between t
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Common Law Confrontations by Bernadette Meyler :: SSRN

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Through the 2004 case of Crawford v. Washington and subsequent decisions, the U.S. Supreme Court transformed its account of the requirements of the Confrontatio
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Justice and Innovation: The Need for an Open Model by Sandra Elena, Julio Gabriel Mercado :: SSRN

From papers.ssrn.com

We will start this chapter by introducing the notion of innovation in the public sector and provide a brief overview on how this term has evolved, ultimately pr
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Data Protection and Tech Startups: The Need for Attention, Support, and Scrutiny by Chris Norval, Heleen Janssen, Jennifer Cobbe, Jatinder Singh :: SSRN

From papers.ssrn.com

While discussions of data protection have focused on the larger, more established organisations, startups also warrant attention. This is particularly so for te
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Protecting Privacy and Ensuring Access to Justice-Related Information: A Possible Way Ahead by Carlos Gregorio de Gràcia :: SSRN

From papers.ssrn.com

The access to judicial related information (case records) is complex and different between law and practice. The freedom of information acts are analyzed in sev
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« Ma hantise, c’est l’erreur qui mène à la détention arbitraire » : les procureurs, chefs d’orchestre d’une justice en temps réel

From www.lemonde.fr

« Le Monde » consacre une enquête en deux volets aux coulisses du système judiciaire. Aujourd’hui, le service du traitement en temps réel, la permanence téléphonique qui permet aux parquets de prendre au plus vite des décisions cruciales en matière de procédure.
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Stare Decisis in Iowa by Tyler J. Buller, Kelli A. Huser :: SSRN

From papers.ssrn.com

The rate at which a court overrules its own precedent reflects its relationship with the concept of stare decisis. Existing research provides some insight into
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Transfer of EU Personal Data to U.S. Law Enforcement Authorities After the CLOUD Act: Is There a Conflict with the GDPR? by Theodore Christakis :: SSRN

From papers.ssrn.com

Since the adoption of the Clarifying Lawful Overseas Use of Data Act – CLOUD Act in March 2018 there have been a lot of discussions about whether a transfer of
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It’s Nearly 2020, so What Fate Awaits the 1980 OECD Privacy Guidelines? (A Background Paper for the 2019 OECD Privacy Guidelines Review) by Graham Greenleaf :: SSRN

From papers.ssrn.com

The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) is again reviewing, and perhaps revising, its Guidelines on the Protection of Privacy and Tran
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Simplified Courts Can't Solve Inequality by Colleen F. Shanahan, Anna E. Carpenter :: SSRN

From papers.ssrn.com

State civil courts struggle to handle the volume of cases before them. Litigants in these courts, most of whom are unrepresented, struggle to navigate the court
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Procès fictif au Conseil d’État : juger le futur avec le droit actuel #gamification

From www.conseil-etat.fr

Le 28 juin, le Conseil d’État organise le procès fictif en cassation sur le recours introduit par la ville de Lyon contre l’arrêt de la cour administrative d’appel du 29 juin 2031
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CEUR-WS.org/Vol-2385 - Automated Semantic Analysis of Information in Legal Text (ASAIL 2019)

From ceur-ws.org

ASAIL 2019
Automated Semantic Analysis of Information in Legal Text

 

Proceedings of the Third Workshop on Automated Semantic Analysis of Information in Legal Texts
co-located with the 17th International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Law (ICAIL 2019)

Montreal, QC, Canada, June 21, 2019.

Table of Contents

Session 1: Capturing Legal Discourse

Session 2: Reformulation & Segmentation

Session 3: Court Document Analysis

Session 4: Analyzing Codification

Session 5: Unsupervised Methods on Legal Data

Session 6: Machine Learning Method Challenges on Legal Data

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Mission de recherche Droit et Justice » Les modes alternatifs de règlement des conflits

From www.gip-recherche-justice.fr

Modes alternatifs ou amiables ? Modes de règlement ou de résolution ? Des conflits ou des litiges ? L’arbitrage en fait-il partie ? La médiation est-ce autre chose que la conciliation, ou n’en est-elle qu’une modalité particulière ? Les MARC participent-ils de la justice ou s’en distinguent-ils ? Nous viennent-ils d’Amérique du Nord comme on le prétend souvent ? Les MARC soulèvent bien des questions auxquelles ce livre tente d’apporter des réponses éclairantes, en remettant en cause quelques idées préconçues. Ni guide pratique, ni ouvrage théorique, s’adressant aux juristes comme aux non-juristes, aux juristes débutants comme aux juristes chevronnés, ce livre présente successivement la notion, la typologie et l’économie des modes alternatifs de règlement des conflits.   Édition Dalloz : 05/2019 – 3e édition Auteur(s) : Thomas Clay, Loïc Cadiet En savoir plus
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RGPD 1 an après : résultats du baromètre gouvernance de la data réalisé par les Editions Législatives & Data Legal Drive, en partenariat avec Amurabi, Staub & Associés et l’AFJE.

From www.village-justice.com

Les Éditions Législatives et Data Legal Drive, en partenariat avec Amurabi, Staub & Associés et l'AFJE, dressent un premier bilan anniversaire (...)...
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Mythes et réalités de l’intelligence artificielle et de la justice prédictive. Par Dario Onana, Juriste.

From www.village-justice.com

A l'heure où les effets d'annonce sont légion et particulièrement suggestifs, l'engouement démesuré semble prévaloir sur une objectivité froide et (...)...
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Vers une démocratie algorithmique au sein de l'Union européenne ? Par Siavash Shahrjerdi, Doctorant.

From www.village-justice.com

"La démocratie est le gouvernement du peuple, par le peuple et pour le peuple" - Abraham Lincoln.Cet énoncé d'Abraham Lincoln peut-il encore être (...)...
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EDF se transforme pas à pas par la Data

From www.larevuedudigital.com

Progressivement, EDF diffuse la culture et les usages de la donnée et de l’intelligence artificielle dans son organisation.Le mouvement est initié depuis 3 à 4 ans au plus haut niveau, par Jean-Be…...
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Slow or Just Diligent? The Tale of Germany’s “Slow Judge” | In Custodia Legis: Law Librarians of Congress

From blogs.loc.gov

This blog post describes various court cases in Germany that concern the question whether judicial independence prevents reprimanding a judge for finishing significantly less cases than his colleagues in the same amount of time.
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The Problem With The Word “Content” In Legal Publishing

From kevin.lexblog.com

“You can tell a lot about a person and how they think about their work based on whether or not they use “content” to describe what they do.A photographer...
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New 'Historical Trends' Viewer from Caselaw Access Project Graphs Frequency of Words and Phrases

From www.lawsitesblog.com

Harvard Law School's Caselaw Access Project, which last year completed a massive project to digitize all U.S.case law, this week released a tool called...
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» Droits et/ou normes. Les droits et libertés par-delà les énoncés : significations et structures normatives | Revue des droits et libertés fondamentaux. Véronique Champeil-Desplats

From www.revuedlf.com

Par Véronique Champeil-Desplats, professeure à l’Université de Paris Nanterre, membre du Centre de théorie et d’analyse du droit, UMR 7074, équipe CREDOF   Les énoncés formulant des droits et libertés font l’objet de multiples discussions quant à leur qualité même de normes juridiques.

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