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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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AI Tools for Lawyers: A Practical Guide by Daniel Schwarcz, Jonathan H. Choi :: SSRN

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This Article provides lawyers and law students with practical and specific guidance on how to effectively use AI large language models (LLMs), like GPT-4, Bing
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Rule-Of-Law Judge? That’s Code for Ideologically Conservative Judging by Joseph Kimble :: SSRN

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Judges often proclaim—typically during a political campaign—that they are a "rule-of-law judge." This commentary calls that description “a clichéd tru
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What is Transformative Law? by Poul F. Kjaer :: SSRN

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In the western context, law has two functions. It upholds normative expectations and it transforms social phenomena. The latter is expressed through the form-gi
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"Fighting Legal Innumeracy" by Edward K. Cheng. Green Bag 2d. 271 (2014)

From scholarship.law.vanderbilt.edu

An old joke quips that lawyers go to law school precisely because they never liked math or were never good at math – and that therefore medical school (or these days, Wall Street) was not an option. While this tired joke may have a kernel of truth, I want to suggest that we should be very wary of internalizing it. Numeracy is a fundamental skill for any intelligent, engaged participant in society, and we lawyers ignore it at our peril. The term “innumeracy” was coined by Douglas Hofstadter in a 1982 article in Scientific American and perhaps made famous by John Allen Paulos. In his book, Paulos observes that while readers frequently condemn grammatical errors, wild mathematical ones often pass undetected. If this observation is true for anybody, it is definitely true for lawyers. Playing gotcha with typos is practically the official sport of the bench and bar. Yet, lawyers and courts notoriously make incorrect numerical calculations – sometimes caught, sometimes not – but generally without the same snarky rebukes.The primary focus of Hoftstadter and Paulos, however, is on the inability of the public to grapple with numbers. Accordingly, they stress the importance of estimation and orders of magnitude. For example, just how big is a billion dollars, or a trillion dollars? Or more trivially – though not so for aspiring management consultants – how many ping-pong balls will fit into a backyard swimming pool? I want to recast the numeracy problem to be a bit more lawcentric. For lawyers, numeracy should be less about numbers per se and more about statistical inference or how to interpret and understand scientific or social scientific studies.
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Best Practices for Disclosure and Citation When Using Artificial Intelligence Tools by Mark Shope :: SSRN

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This article is intended to be a best practices guide for disclosing the use of artificial intelligence tools in legal writing. The article focuses on using art
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ChatGPT, Professor of Law by Tammy Pettinato Oltz :: SSRN

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Although ChatGPT was just released by OpenAI in November 2022, legal scholars have already been delving into the implications of the new tool for legal educati
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Natural Language Processing in the Legal Domain by Daniel Martin Katz, Dirk Hartung, Lauritz Gerlach, Abhik Jana, Michael James Bommarito :: SSRN

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In this paper, we summarize the current state of the field of NLP and Law with a specific focus on recent technical and substantive developments. To support our
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Is Unpublished Unequal? An Empirical Examination of the 87% Nonpublication Rate in Federal Appeals by Abbe R. Gluck, Jade Ford, Rachel Brown, Sahrula Kubie, Katrin Marquez, Bennett Ostdiek :: SSRN

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Federal judges resolved more than eighty-seven percent of appeals through unpublished opinions over the past five years. These dispositions are non-precedential
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From Ethics to Law: Why, When, and How to Regulate AI by Simon Chesterman :: SSRN

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The past decade has seen a proliferation of guides, frameworks, and principles put forward by states, industry, inter- and non-governmental organizations to add
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"I Can [Read] Clearly Now" Legal Writing: A Judge's Perspective on the Science and Rhetoric of the Written Word by Tessa Dysart :: SSRN

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Audience. Comprehension. Recall. Those three words sum up Judge Robert E. Bacharach’s recent book, Legal Writing: A Judge’s Perspective on the Science and Rheto
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LegalHTML: A Representation Language for Legal Acts

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The Publications Office (OP) of European Union (EU) expressed the need to simplify the Official Journal production workflow, which required different formats and, consequently, document instances at different stages of the process. We met this need b
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Handicap : pour une intégration professionnelle réussie, il faut inclure le collectif.

From www.village-justice.com

Pour intégrer dans de bonnes conditions un(e) collaborateur(trice) en situation de handicap, il faut « mettre les choses sur la table » avec les (...)...
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Blogging, With AI, Expedites - Dramatically - Legal Insight and Commentary on Primary Law

From kevin.lexblog.com

Immigration lawyer, and one of the first lawyers to publish to the net, Greg Siskind, shared on LinkedIn last night that GPT4 reduced a 500 page 500 page...
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The Supreme Court Is Hiding Important Decisions From You | beSpacific

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Politico: “As the Supreme Court begins to release its written opinions from its most recent term, much of the public’s attention is focused on high-profile cases on affirmative action, election law and environmental regulation. But according to Stephen Vladeck, a professor at the University of Texas Law School, this narrow focus on the most headline-grabbing decisions overlooks a more troubling change in the High Court’s behavior: The justices are conducting more and more of the court’s most important business out of the public eye, through a procedural mechanism known as “the shadow docket.” Quantitatively speaking, cases arising from the shadow docket — which include everything apart from the court’s annual average of 60 to 70 signed decisions — have long made up a majority of the justices’ work. But as Vladeck documents in his new book, The Shadow Docket, published this week, the court’s use of the shadow docket changed dramatically during the Trump years, when the court’s conservative majority used a flurry of emergency orders — unsigned, unexplained and frequently released in the middle of the night — to greenlight some of the Trump administration’s most controversial policies… …The shift in the justices’ use of the shadow docket adds line of critique in the ongoing debate over the court’s legitimacy, which has raged in recent weeks thanks to new revelations about a conservative justice’s previously undisclosed relationship with wealthy Republican donor. For Vladeck, it isn’t a coincidence that concerns about the shadow docket are arising at the same time as concerns over the court’s ethics. “They are both symptoms of an unaccountable court,” Vladeck said. “It’s emblematic of the deeper problem, which is the court’s notion that Our docket is up to us, our ethics are up to us, our decision-making is up to us.
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A Different Technology of Production Is Necessary to Make Lawyers' Services Affordable by Ken Chasse :: SSRN

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The access to justice problem of unaffordable legal services (the A2J problem) afflicts the majority of society. Its cause is the obsolescence of the method by
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Legal Professions and Legal Change in an Era of Globalization: Reflections from a Sociolegal Career by Terence C. Halliday :: SSRN

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This paper offers an autobiographical reading of scholarship and a scholarly life that has been intertwined with the expansion of the law and society movement i
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Le Journal du Management Juridique d’entreprises n°93 est paru.

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Droit de la santé au travail, par Sandrine Dozier - documentaliste juridique du cabinet Implid Legal et membre du CA de Juriconnexion et du groupe de travail Juriformation, ainsi que Michèle Bourgeois - juriste documentaliste à la Compagnie de Saint-Gobain et Présidente de Juriconnexion

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Evolving Law in AI’s Hands? – Preliminary Experiments, Thoughts and Observations on the Basis of Chat GPT by Fabian Barth :: SSRN

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Everyone operating in the field of law contributes to its evolution. That applies not only to judges, but also to advisors and academics who, collectively, form
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Lobbying : « Que l’on sache qui a pu essayer d’influencer une norme lors de son élaboration ! »

From www.courrierdesmaires.fr


Le 3 mai dernier, les députés Cécile Untermaier (PS, Saône-et-Loire) et Gilles Le Gendre (Renaissance, Paris) rendaient publiques les...-statut-de-l-elu
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Multiphase Transformation: From Legal Text to Program

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This chapter explores the building of a multibridge between legal texts and their representations in computers. We hold that in the transformation from a legal text to the formalisation of that legal text, the path connecting the legal text to th
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Legal Compliance by Design (LCbD) and through Design (LCtD): Preliminary Survey

From opal.latrobe.edu.au

The purpose of this paper is twofold: (i) carrying out a preliminary survey of the literature and research projects on Compliance by Design (CbD); and (ii) clarifying the double process of (a) extending business managing techniques to other regulatory fields, and (b) converging trends in legal theory, legal technology and Artificial Intelligence. The paper highlights the connections and differences we found across different domains and proposals. We distinguish three different policydriven types of CbD: (i) business, (ii) regulatory, (iii) and legal. The recent deployment of ethical views, and the implementation of general principles of privacy and data protection lead to the conclusion that, in order to appropriately define legal compliance, Compliance through Design (CtD) should be differentiated from CbD.
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ZIPLO : un moteur de preuves au service de la Propriété intellectuelle.

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Incubé au sein de H7, accélérateur de startups à Lyon, Ziplo est un service souverain, créé en 2021 qui permet de constituer des preuves numériques, notamment pour établir une antériorité. Aurélie Drouvin est la Présidente de Ziplo, co-fondatrice du service.
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