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

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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Developing Artificially Intelligent Justice by Richard M. Re, Alicia Solow-Niederman :: SSRN

From papers.ssrn.com

Artificial intelligence, or AI, promises to assist, modify, and replace human decision-making, including in court. AI already supports many aspects of how judge
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A Systematic Review of Law & Technology Master Programs in Selected European Union Universities by Paulius Astromskis :: SSRN

From papers.ssrn.com

This pilot research provides a systematic review of Law & Tech master programs in selected European Union (EU) universities. The systematic multi-stage samp
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Taking stock of legal ontologies: a feature-based comparative analysis

From link.springer.com

Ontologies represent the standard way to model the knowledge about specific domains. This holds also for the legal domain where several ontologies have been put forward to model specific kind
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David Moreau : “Le juge administratif à l’ère du numérique”

From www.acteurspublics.fr

Du travail dématérialisé à l’intelligence artificielle : le Conseil d’État mise sur sa transformation numérique pour améliorer les conditions de travail des magistrats, analyse David Moreau, secrétaire général adjoint du Conseil d’État chargé des juridictions administratives.
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1/12 La recherche en droit public. Présentation du Guide de recherche dans les archives du Conseil d’État

From labarchiv.hypotheses.org

Conseil d’ÉtatMardi 26 mars 2019 Introduction – Bruno Lasserre, vice-président du Conseil d’État Pourquoi un Guide de recherche dans les archives du Conseil d’État ? Table ronde sous la présidence d’Emmanuel Rousseau, directeur des Fonds, Archives nationales.
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Qu'est-ce qu'une déclaration de politique générale ?

From www.gouvernement.fr

Le Premier ministre, Édouard Philippe, prononce, le 12 juin 2019, une déclaration de politique générale devant l'Assemblée nationale. Rappel du mécanisme et des enjeux de cette procédure.
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Are Tax Practitioners Protecting Your Personal Information?

From blog.gao.gov

Doing your taxes can be complicated. So it’s no surprise that nearly 90% of taxpayers use either a paid preparer or tax software to prepare and file their taxes each year. In an age of data breaches and identity theft, how safe is your information after you provide it to one of those third parties?
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Toul’AO développe son expertise : retour sur les groupes thématiques Référentiel et Formation

From openarchiv.hypotheses.org

Toul’AO s’est structuré en plusieurs groupes de travail thématiques, afin de pouvoir avancer conjointement sur différents sujets. Cette année, l’accent a été mis sur les référentiels et la formation.Chaque groupe a dû répondre à une commande, et rendre ses conclusions en réunion des directeurs de...
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Analyzing Court Decisions According to Judges – Slaw

From www.slaw.ca

“Law is reason free from passion.” – Aristotle As a precedent based system, law lends itself nicely to predictive analytics. In predictive analytics, historical data is used to build a mathematical model.
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Les questions sociales aux concours - DILA

From www.dila.premier-ministre.gouv.fr

Cette nouvelle édition des Questions sociales aux concours propose, sous une forme synthétique et complète, le contenu nécessaire pour réussir les (...)...
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Brevet, bac... : règles à respecter, consultations de copie, contestations de (...) - DILA

From www.dila.premier-ministre.gouv.fr

Quelles sont les règles à suivre lors d'un examen ? Que risque-t-on en cas de fraude ? Comment consulter une copie d'examen ?Peut-on contester une (...)...
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Over 50 Justice Organizations Agree to a Common Access to Justice Goal that puts User Experience at the Centre – Slaw

From www.slaw.ca

Yesterday (June 12) in Vancouver, leaders of BC’s justice system came together to endorse the Access to Justice Triple Aim.The one goal of improving access to justice in BC has three interrelated elements: improving populat...
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Court Technology Bulletin: This and That in Court Tech and CTC Announcement – June 2019

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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La Convention de La Haye sur la reconnaissance et l’exécution des jugements étrangers en matière civile ou commerciale, par Alexia Pato –

From blogdroiteuropeen.com

Êtes-vous prêt(e)s pour la 22ème Session diplomatique de la Conférence de La Haye du droit international privé (HCCH) qui se déroulera du 18 juin au 2 juillet et durant laquelle l’adoption d’une Convention portant sur la reconnaissance et l’exécution des jugements étrangers sera discutée ?
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» Identité et/ou liberté de religion dans la jurisprudence de la Cour européenne des droits de l’homme | Revue des droits et libertés fondamentaux

From www.revuedlf.com

La liberté de religion étant l’un des « éléments les plus essentiels de l’identité des croyants » selon la Cour européenne des droits de l’homme, elle s’emploie à préserver le secret des convictions chaque fois que la révélation pourrait être source de discriminations tout en favorisant la libre expression de cette identité, la foi sans les actes étant réduite à rien ou peu de choses. Toutefois des limites peuvent être imposées, notamment pour protéger les valeurs « identitaires » propres à la Convention elle-même ou aux Etats qui l’ont ratifiée. 

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Dr. Carla Rydholm on the Value of Legal Data Analytics by The Geek In Review • A podcast on

From anchor.fm

Not many people can make the transition from Ph.D. in Genetics and Genomics, and then to the legal analytics field, but Dr. Carla Rydholm is someone who did just that. For nearly the past decade, Dr. Rydholm has been leading the charge of data analytics at Lex Machina. She is charged with not only acquiring the data large amounts of data but also maintaining that data as it is updated. Dr. Rydholm stopped by Greg's Houston office, along with episode 10's guest, Kyle Doviken to tell us about transitioning from pure scientist, to her current role, and what drives her passion for data analytics, and how the data is used to tell the story, and help attorney's understand what's previously happened, and use that as a guide to better understand where they may be headed. It's a very insightful conversation.
Marlene WIns an Award!
The Private Law Librarians and Information Professionals (PLL-IP) of the American Association of Law Libraries (AALL) is giving Blogger of the Year status to our very own Marlene Gebauer for her outstanding work on this podcast. Congrats Marlene!!
Speaking of AALL, there is a new State of the Profession Survey publication that is of great value to any organization that has legal information professionals. You can find out more, and order your copy at the AALL website.
Information Inspirations:
 Marlene points out a recent article called “The Value of Inconvenient Design.” The author uses a case study of assembling IKEA furniture (with that single allen wrench) and how people place value on things where there is a challenge (friction) in producing the end result, versus having something that is just handed to you. There's a need to solve a problem, in order to earn the reward. She ties this back to the theme in many of our shows centering around design thinking--you have to identify what is actually a problem and work backwards from that. Simply making something easier because we can through improved process or tech may actually de-value the experience and make the people involved more unhappy.
There's a lot of mergers, acquisitions, and strategic alliances going on recently in the legal information field. The recent acquisition of Justis by vLex creates a powerful international and foreign law database. The combination of vLex's Colin Lachance, and Justis' Masoud Gerami is sure to be a winning combination. Ed Walter's of Fastcase hinted at more things to come for his legal information service when he talked with us a few weeks ago. Fastcase is collaborating with two expert witness platforms, JurisPro and Courtroom Insight. Fastcase is already punching above its weight class against the big players in the industry. With this latest collaboration, it seems to be punching even harder.
Don’t forget to subscribe, rate, and comment. You can tweet @gebauerm and/or @glambert to reach out.
Call the Geek in Review hotline at 713-487-7270, and let us know if you have ideas on topics we should cover in future episodes.
As always, thanks to Jerry David DiCicca for his original music.
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U.S. Supreme Court I.P. Cases, 1810-2018: Measuring & Mapping the Citation Networks by Joseph Scott Miller :: SSRN

From papers.ssrn.com

Intellectual property law in the United States, though shaped by key statutes, has long been a common-law field to a great degree. Many decades of decisional la
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The Forensic Disclosure Model: What Should be Disclosed To, and By, Forensic Experts? by Mohammed Almazrouei , Itiel Dror, Ruth Morgan :: SSRN

From papers.ssrn.com

Legal disclosure issues have predominantly focused upon what evidence the prosecution provided or withheld from the defence. In this paper we expand the concept
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A Systematic Review of Law & Technology Master Programs in Selected European Union Universities by Paulius Astromskis :: SSRN

From papers.ssrn.com

This pilot research provides a systematic review of Law & Tech master programs in selected European Union (EU) universities. The systematic multi-stage samp
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Comparative Analytics and Predictive Modeling of Student Performance through Data Mining Techniques by Gadisa Namomsa, Durga Prasad Sharma, Addisu Mulugeta :: SSRN

From papers.ssrn.com

This research paper is an attempt to predict the performance of the students for improving it in the future through experimental analysis and predictive modelin
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Data Protection, Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Services: Is the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) ‘Artificial Intelligence-Proof’? by Lilian Mitrou :: SSRN

From papers.ssrn.com

AI - in its interplay with Big Data, ambient intelligence, ubiquitous computing and cloud computing - augments the existing major, qualitative and quantitative,
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Objectivity in the Writing of History/Critical Legal History: Two Cribs for Harried Graduate Students by John Henry Schlegel :: SSRN

From papers.ssrn.com

Scholars have long argued about the degree to which objectivity is possible in the writing of history. In 1988 Peter Novick published a wonderful chronicle of t
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HCCH | Poste vacant au Bureau Permanent: Collaborateur juridique (temps plein)

From www.hcch.net

Hague Conference on Private International Law - The World Organisation for Cross-border Co-operation in Civil and Commercial Matters
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