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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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Ranking Legal Publications: The Israeli Inter-University Committee Report by Michael Birnhack, Oren Perez, Ronen Perry, Doron Teichman :: SSRN

From papers.ssrn.com

The Report offers a global ranking of academic legal publications, covering more than 900 outlets, and using a four-tier categorization. The ranking is based on
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Justice prédictive : le CNB fait réaliser une étude comparative des legaltech - LE MONDE DU DROIT : le magazine des professions juridiques

From www.lemondedudroit.fr

Le Conseil national des barreaux a chargé le groupe de travail legaltech de mener une étude comparative des différentes Legaltech dans le domaine de la justice prédictive.
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Best to Be Last: Serial Position Effects in Legal Decisions in the Field and in the Lab by Ori Plonsky, Daniel L. Chen, Liat Netzer, Talya Steiner, Yuval Feldman :: SSRN

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Many legal decisions, such as whether to set bail or release on parole, are made as part of a sequence of similar but independent decisions. Does the serial pos
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Ex Machina Lex: The Limits of Legal Computability by Christopher Markou, Simon Deakin :: SSRN

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The use of machine learning (ML) to replicate aspects of legal decision making is already well advanced, with various ‘Legal Tech’ applications being used to mo
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AustLII's DataLex Developer's Manual (1st Edition, June 2019) by Andrew Mowbray, Graham Greenleaf, Philip Chung :: SSRN

From papers.ssrn.com

This Manual is the complete instructions for the use of writing and utilising knowledge-bases using AustLII’s DataLex software. It is intended principally for t
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Question parlementaire, Sénat Brigitte Lherbier : Place des algorithmes dans le secteur juridique

From www.senat.fr

Place des algorithmes dans le secteur juridique
15e législature

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Question écrite n° 11629 de Mme Brigitte Lherbier (Nord - Les Républicains)
publiée dans le JO Sénat du 18/07/2019 - page 3812

Mme Brigitte Lherbier attire l'attention de Mme la garde des sceaux, ministre de la justice, sur la place accordée aux algorithmes dans le secteur juridique, notamment sur la fonction « prédictive » de ces outils.

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Commissaire et Service | Information stratégique et sécurité économiques SISSE / CISSE @DGEntreprises

From sisse.entreprises.gouv.fr

Après un effort nécessaire de conceptualisation de l’intelligence économique, la priorité est désormais donnée à une dimension plus opérationnelle au service de la souveraineté économique de la Nation.
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Thoughts on Legal Writing from the Greatest of Them All: George Orwell by Gerald Lebovits :: SSRN

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This article discusses George Orwell's theories on writing and applies his thoughts to legal writing.
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Waiting for the Barbarians: Inside the Archive of the European Court of Justice by Fernanda Nicola :: SSRN

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This chapter examines the process of obtaining records from the Historical Archive of the European Union (HAEU) and in particular the dossiers de procédure of s
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How Algo Westlaw and Algo Google Scholar Failed the Rohrmoos Test, and How to Improve Case Law Citation With or Without Artificial Intelligence by Wolfgang P. Hirczy de Mino :: SSRN

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An important recent opinion of the Texas Supreme Court illustrates remaining problems in automated processing of new decisional law with algorithms.

Maj
Stéphane Cottin: Joli exemple des contraintes d'exactitude de citations aux USA (notamment Texas)
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Job Announcement: Research Department Assistant
JUDICIAL BRANCH
Supreme Court of the United States

From www.usajobs.gov

This is a full-time position with the Library of the Supreme Court of the United States in Washington, D.C.



Closing Date: Thursday, 08/01/2019, 11:59 PM EDT
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Clinical Trial Data Transparency and GDPR Compliance: Implications for Data Sharing and Open Innovation by Timo Minssen, Rajam N., Marcel Bogers :: SSRN

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Recent EU initiatives and legislations have considerably increased public access to clinical trials data (CTD). These developments are generally much welcomed f
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Global Data Justice: A New Research Challenge for Computer Science by Linnet Taylor :: SSRN

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When the world's largest biometric population database — India's Aadhaar system — was challenged by activists the country's supreme court issued a historic judg
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Needles in a Haystack: Using Network Analysis to Identify Cases That Are Cited for General Principles of Law by the European Court of Human Rights by Henrik Palmer Olsen, Magnus Esmark :: SSRN

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In this chapter, we propose two different methods to identify what we call polymorph principles in the practice of the European Court of Human Rights, i.e. prin
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From Stele to Silicon: Publication of Statutes, Public Access to the Law, and the Uniform Electronic Legal Material Act by Frederick W. Dingledy :: SSRN

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For a legal system to succeed, its laws must be available to the public it governs. This article looks at the methods used by different governments throughout h
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The Internet Made Me Do It: Reconciling Social Media and Professional Norms for Lawyers, Judges, and Law Professors by Agnieszka McPeak :: SSRN

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Social media platforms operate under their own social order. Design decisions and policies set by platforms steer user behavior. Additionally, members of online
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The Case for Plagiarism by Andrew Carter :: SSRN

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American courts persistently enforce a thick professional norm against plagiarism in filed legal briefs. But while courts variously label the practice as “repre
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Droit - Les petites affiches : faut-il avoir peur de l'intelligence artificielle ?

From www.petitesaffiches.fr

Les professionnels du droit traitent pour vous toutes les informations liées à l’entreprise et à l’évolution législative : les règles à respecter dans (...) Alors que, de toute évidence, nous n’en sommes encore qu’aux balbutiements de l’Intelligence Artificielle, la vitesse de la...
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French Law Banning Analytics About Judges Restricts Legitimate Use of Public Data –

From www.datainnovation.org

Earlier this year, France adopted a law which forbids anyone from analyzing data about judges’ court decisions with violators facing up to five years in jail. Supporters of the ban say it is necessary to protect the privacy of judges because statistical analysis may reveal troubling patterns about h
Stéphane Cottin:

De l'art de dire un peu n'importe quoi à partir de raccourci : jamais la loi n'a interdit d'analyser les données de décisions de justice, elle se limite à interdire l'analyse prédictive à partir des données personnelles des juges.

Encore faut-il savoir que le principe du précédent n'a pas de valeur dans les pays de droit continental comme la France (voir article 5 du code civil) ou la plupart des pays de l'Union européenne. Le droit est basé sur le principe de légalité pas sur les décisions de juges. Cela peut exister dans d'autres systèmes de droit, comme la Common Law aux Etats-Unis, mais cela suppose d'autres garde-fous, dont on ne dispose pas et on ne s'en porte pas plus mal.

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Profilage des magistrats : un risque de dérive ? –

From www.gazette-du-palais.fr

À l’occasion de la publication de la transparence du 14 juin 2019, la présidente du Syndica...
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Kim Workflow Platform Aims To Scale-Up Fast With Microsoft Integration –

From www.artificiallawyer.com

Legal workflow platform, Kim, which once had been part of ALSP Riverview Law, has announced today a full integration with Microsoft Word, Office and Office 365, in a key strategic step aimed at rap…...
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Now Comes Another Brief Analyzer, this from Bloomberg Law

From www.lawsitesblog.com

Last Friday, I wrote here about the launch by Thomson Reuters of Quick Check, its version of a growing array of brief-analysis products that let lawyers...
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