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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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Pro Bono Is Pro, Low Bono is Low: Qualitative and Quantitative Analysis of Lawyers’ Legal Aid Participation by Ching-Fang Hsu, Kan-Hsueh Chiang, Yun-chien Chang :: SSRN

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This article develops a theory on the legal profession’s participation in providing services to indigent clients. Our theory is based on two factors: whether la
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Artificial Intelligence and Crime by Roderic Broadhurst, Donald Maxim, Paige Brown, Harshit Trivedi, Joy Wang :: SSRN

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This review of the rapidly growing literature on the impact of artificial intelligence (AI) on crime and crime prevention outlines some of the likely limits and
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Appellate Court Modifications Extraction for Portuguese. (Deep Learning and AI for Case Law)

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Appellate Court Modifications Extraction consists of, given an Appellate Court decision, identifying the proposed modifications by the upper Court of the lower Court judge’s decision. In thi
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On the Design of Legal Rules: Balancing Versus Structured Decision Procedures by Louis Kaplow :: SSRN

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Important doctrines in diverse areas of law employ structured decision procedures requiring, in rough terms, that the plaintiff first make some demonstration of
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L’open data des décisions de justice

From www.jarvis-legal.fr

En 2016, plus de trois millions de décisions, contentieux civil et pénal confondus, ont été rendues dans les tribunaux. Pourtant, Legifrance n’en a diffusé qu’environ 13 000, soit 3 à 4 % du total seulement… Mais avec la loi de programmation pour la justice du 23 mars 2019, la révolution de l’open...
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AI-Driven Brief Analysis Comes to Westlaw, But Does It Differ From Competitors?

From www.lawsitesblog.com

In 2016, Casetext, the legal research startup, introduced CARA, a tool that uses artificial intelligence to analyze users' uploaded briefs and memoranda...
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Rentrée 2019 / 2020 : formez vous aux droits NTIC avec le CNAM de Paris !

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Les prochaines sessions de formation du CNAM de Paris démarrent en septembre 2019 !- Pour ceux qui souhaitent suivre les cours du certificat de spécialisation DPD / DPO en cours du soir ou à distance (accessible sur toute la France métropolitaine et DOM/TOM), vous devez vous inscrire aux trois UE...
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Wolters Kluwer Launches NLP Clause Analytics Platform For Capital Markets –

From www.artificiallawyer.com

Wolters Kluwer has launched a new NLP-powered clause analytics platform that allows lawyers to build their own model documents and compare their clauses to ‘market standard language’ fr…...
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European Legislation Identifier (ELI) | @beSpacific

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European Commission – ELI – Advancing the access, shareability and interoperability of legal information published through regional, national European and global legal information systems – “When is this solution for you?  You represent a governmental legal information system: you seek a tool to facilitate interoperable and inclusive legal information sharing. You are a legal professional working in either national, European or global law context and you seek access to legal information that is organised and displayed in an efficient and coherent manner. You are a pioneer into business venture for legislation access solution. You are a citizen with a specific interest in regional, national or EU law or taking legal action. The European Legislation Identifier offers a consistent and elaborated mechanism to identify, reference and reuse legal information on the web. Consequently, it sets out good conditions for developing sustainable added value for legislation related services. By promoting linking and reuse of legal data, ELI provides cost-saving solutions for publishers while simultaneously increasing the quality and reliability of data. On top of that, ELI contributes to improving transparency and accountability within public administrations as the exchange of data becomes greater and interconnections between different sources of information domains develop faster. ELI is built on three pillars: assignment of universal resource identifiers; description of metadata elements; sharing of metadata in machine-readable format This ensures flexibility in using ELI as a tool for legislation data exchange globally. Thanks to its flexibility, not only can ELI be adjusted to various regional, national and EU legal systems, but also to modified resources, such as codes, amendments, consolidations and repealed acts…”
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SCL: Court of Justice rules on whether online platforms must offer telephone number to consumers

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The Court of Justice of the European Union has ruled that Amazon is not always obliged to make a telephone number available to consumers before a contract is made.
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Chapitre IV Législation comparée (Suite et fin). Système anglo-américain — Revue générale du droit

From www.revuegeneraledudroit.eu

SECTION- I. — ANGLETERRE Aperçu du système anglais (1. On peut consulter : Fischel, La Constitution d’Angleterre ; — Gneist, Droit public et administratif de l’Angleterre ; — Glasson, Histoire des institutions politiques, civiles et judiciaires de l’Angleterre.

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Gouvernance humaine des juridictions : une nouvelle formation ENM

From www.enm.justice.fr

Donner du sens à l'engagement collectif des magistrats et des fonctionnaires de greffe La session de formation continue « La gouvernance humaine des...
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Le Legal design ou comment simplifier la lecture et la compréhension du droit

From www.tendancedroit.fr

« Parce qu’un bon croquis vaut mieux qu’un long discours », le legal design s’invite dans la pratique des juristes, au sein des cabinets d’avocats comme des directions juridiques. Comment appliquer le design à une matière scientifique comme le droit ?
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Responsible AI: A Review – #Slaw @johndgregory on ITechLaw, C. Morgan, ed., Responsible AI: A Global Policy Framework, 2019

From www.slaw.ca

ITechLaw, C. Morgan, ed., Responsible AI: A Global Policy Framework, 2019 Can technology lawyers think outside the box?They may be better at it than some of their legal colleagues because the box itself is redesigned so frequently, the walls knocked...
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Quand l’IA s’intéresse au contentieux de PI

From www.lja.fr

Alors que le Conseil national des barreaux et le barreau de Paris viennent d’annoncer avoir porté plainte contre Doctrine, poursuivant leur guerre contre le moteur de recherche juridique, la start-up Case Law Analytics commence à faire parler d’elle.
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Research Guides In Focus – Compiling a Federal Legislative History: A Beginner’s Guide | In Custodia Legis: @LawLibCongress

From blogs.loc.gov

A post highlighting the new "Compiling a Federal Legislative History: A Beginner's Guide" research guide, available at //guides.loc.gov/legislative-history.
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The European Legislation Identifier, Thomas Francart, John Dann, Roberto Pappalardo, Carmen Malagon, Marco Pellegrino

From ebooks.iospress.nl

The European Legislation Identifier
Authors
Thomas Francart, John Dann, Roberto Pappalardo, Carmen Malagon, Marco Pellegrino
Pages
137 - 148
DOI
10.3233/FAIA190016
Category
Research Article
Series Ebook
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Open Science, Open Doctrine, How to Share Knowledge? Marie Farge, Jean Gasnault (@laLoidesOurs)

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Open Science, Open Doctrine, How to Share Knowledge?
Authors
Marie Farge, Jean Gasnault
Pages
110 - 124
DOI
10.3233/FAIA190013
Category
Research Article
Series Ebook
Abstract

The evolution of Open Science in France is almost completely the result of constant friction with the business models that drive major international publishing houses, where each party has adapted to developments introduced by the other, but also of practical steps taken to ensure that shared documents are efficiently collected and made accessible. This Chapter will provide several examples of the development of Open Science in France, such as the platform http://dissem.in. How Open Science principles are effectively implemented in the area of legal knowledge in France? What can be done to encourage law scholars to publish their work on a single common platform? And which platform should that be? Should it be improved, and, if so, in what way? Will dialogue resolve conflicts and pave the way for Open Science in a viable economic context?

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