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Livre - Recherche documentaire juridique Larcier -  4e édition mars 2019

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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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Classrooms into Courtrooms by Naomi Mann :: SSRN

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The federal Department of Education’s (DOE) 2020 Title IX Rule fundamentally transformed the relationship between postsecondary schools (schools) and students.
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Tout savoir sur la lettre en main propre

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Il est désormais possible de nos jours de remplacer l’envoi d’une lettre recommandée avec accusé de réception par une remise de lettre en main propre. Cette pratique est de plus en plus courante et elle peut s’effectuer en suivant certaines règles spécifiques qu’il vous faut connaître absolument.
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Combining shallow and deep learning approaches against data scarcity in legal domains - ScienceDirect. Francesco Sovrano, Monica Palmirani, Fabio Vitali,

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We are recently witnessing a radical shift towards digitisation in many aspects of our daily life, including law, public administration and governance…

 

Francesco Sovrano, Monica Palmirani, Fabio Vitali,
Combining shallow and deep learning approaches against data scarcity in legal domains,
Government Information Quarterly,
2022,
101715,
ISSN 0740-624X,
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.giq.2022.101715.
(https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0740624X2200048X)

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Les métamorphoses de la loi - Mélanges Jean Foyer. Portail Universitaire du droit

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les métamorphoses de la loi, en hommage à jean foyer, présentation de l'éditeur cet ouvrage célèbre le centenaire de la naissance de jean foyer
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Representing Legislative Rules as Code: Reducing the Problems of ‘Scaling Up’ by Andrew Mowbray, Philip Chung, Graham Greenleaf :: SSRN #AI, artificial intelligence, law as code, rules as code, Aus...

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Rules as Code (RaC) is a field of research into making human-made rules usable by machines, to perform useful results. The rules to which RaC can be applied inc
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Constitutionally Conforming Interpretation in France by Mathieu Carpentier :: SSRN

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This chapter deals with constitutionally conforming interpretation (CCI) in the French context. It traces the main issues surrounding CCI back to the most probl
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Carpentier, Mathieu and Spaak, Torben, Sources of Law in Continental Analytical Jurisprudence (March 16, 2022). Forthcoming in L. Burazin, M.S. Green & G. Pino (eds.), Jurisprudence in the Mirror (...

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This chapter explores various aspects of the concept of "sources of law" in continental analytical jurisprudence. We chiefly pursue two distinct aims.
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Constitutional Memories by Jack M. Balkin :: SSRN

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Many arguments in constitutional law invoke collective memory. Collective memory is what a group—for example, a religion, a profession, a people, or a nation— r
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On Joined Up Law-making: The Privacy/Safety/Security Dynamic, and What this Means for Data Governance by Victoria Baines :: SSRN

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Review of data governance legislation in train in the European Union reveals a number of potential problems for security operations worldwide. With particular f
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Online Legal Education in Canada by Adrien Habermacher :: SSRN

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This report compares the development of online legal education in Canada prior to and during the COVID-19 pandemic. It is pan-Canadian in scope and encompasses
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The Rule of Law in Judicial Review Today by Mark Mancini :: SSRN

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In the Supreme Court's renewal of the standards of judicial review in Vavilov, it held that the legislature can stipulate the standard of review within the limi
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Data Privacy, Human Rights, and Algorithmic Opacity by Sylvia Lu :: SSRN

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Decades ago, it was difficult to imagine a reality in which artificial intelligence (AI) could penetrate every corner of our lives to monitor our innermost selves for commercial interests. Within a few decades, the private sector has seen a wild proliferation of AI systems, many of which are more powerful and penetrating than anticipated. In many cases, machine-learning-based AI systems have become “the power behind the throne,” tracking user activities and making fateful decisions through predictive analysis of personal information. However, machine-learning algorithms can be technically complex and legally claimed as trade secrets, creating an opacity that hinders oversight of AI systems. Accordingly, many AI-based services and products have been found to be invasive, manipulative, and biased, eroding privacy rules and human rights in modern society.
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The Right to Contest AI by Margot E. Kaminski, Jennifer M. Urban :: SSRN

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Artificial intelligence (AI) is increasingly used to make important decisions, from university admissions selections to loan determinations to the distribution
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Lynx: : A knowledge-based AI service platform for content processing, enrichment and analysis for the legal domain: Information Systems: Vol 106, No C

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Abstract The EU-funded project Lynx focuses on the creation of a knowledge graph for the legal domain (Legal Knowledge Graph, LKG) and its use for the semantic processing, analysis and enrichmen
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Digitalization and Law: Trends and Prospects by Alexander Novozhilov, Matthias Middell :: SSRN

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The coexistence of the phenomena of digitalization and law determines their mutual influence and actualizes the task of studying the impact manifested in relati
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The Constitution and the Public Service by Sir Geoffrey Palmer QC :: SSRN

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A speech to the Public Service Association, delivered on 28 November 2016. The speech introduces Sir Geoffrey Palmer and Dr Andrew Butler’s book, A Constitut
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Does Choice of Law Matter? by Michael Douglas :: SSRN

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We ought to rethink how we understand the conflict of laws in Australia with respect to forum statutes. This is an important issue: the proper treatment of ambi
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Legal Research Demystified, Second Edition (Table of Contents of Book and Excerpt from Chapter 6 on Secondary Sources) by Eric Voigt :: SSRN

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Since 2019, Legal Research Demystified has quickly gained adoptions at over thirty law schools. This textbook guides law students through eight steps to resear
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When AI Judges Our Human Judges And The Judgment Of The Courts by Dr. Lance B. Eliot :: SSRN

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The future might consist of using AI to judge the judgment of human judges. Presumably, a court case could be appealed to an AI system that reviews the outcome
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Dividing Law School Faculties into Academic Departments: A Potential Solution to the Gendered Doctrinal-Skills Hierarchy in Legal Education by Larry Cunningham :: SSRN

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This article builds on the many works before it that have documented the inequities associated with the way that law school faculties are structured. At most sc
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Should Courts Follow Mistaken Statutory Precedents? by Dale Smith :: SSRN

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Sometimes, when a court interprets a statute, it makes a mistake, with the result that the court mis-identifies the statute’s legal effect (ie, the contribution
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The Constitutional Foundations of Reasonableness Review: Artificial Reason and Wrongful Discrimination by Michael P. Foran :: SSRN

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Judicial review of the executive faces a constant threat of constitutional illegitimacy. Historically, this manifested in a conflict between the common law and
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A Beginner’s Guide to Academic Integrity and Legal Referencing Using the AGLC (Australian Guide to Legal Citation) by Anita Mackay, Lola Akin Ojelabi :: SSRN

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This article is for beginning law students (both undergraduate and graduate). It aims to provide them with an accessible guide to academic integrity requirement
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Finding Legislative Information on Topics of Interest Using the Library of Congress | Teaching with the Library of Congress

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Explore resources on current events, public policy and the activities of Congress from the Library of Congress.
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