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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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Legal Knowledge and Information Systems: JURIX 2019: The Thirty-second ... - Google Livres

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In recent years, the application of machine learning tools to legally relevant tasks has become much more prevalent, and the growing influence of AI in the legal sphere has prompted the profession to take more of an interest in the explainability, trustworthiness, and responsibility of intelligent systems. This book presents the proceedings of the 32nd International Conference on Legal Knowledge and Information Systems (JURIX 2019), held in Madrid, Spain, from 11 to 13 December 2019. Traditionally focused on legal knowledge representation and engineering, computational models of legal reasoning, and analyses of legal data, more recently the conference has also encompassed the use of machine learning tools. A total of 81 submissions were received for the conference, of which 14 were selected as full papers and 17 as short papers. A further 3 submissions were accepted as demo presentations, resulting in a total acceptance rate of 41.98%, with a competitive 25.5% acceptance rate for full papers. The 34 papers presented here cover a broad range of topics, from computational models of legal argumentation, case-based reasoning, legal ontologies, and evidential reasoning, through classification of different types of text in legal documents and comparing similarities, to the relevance of judicial decisions to issues of governmental transparency. The book will be of interest to all those whose work involves the use of knowledge and information systems in the legal sphere.
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Nouvelle publication : la Lettre de la chambre sociale de la Cour de cassation

From www.courdecassation.fr

publication nouvelle : la Lettre de la chambre sociale de la Cour de cassation.

La page de présentation de la Lettre est ici : https://www.courdecassation.fr/publications_26/lettre_chambre_sociale_9538/#

Le n° 1 date de Septembre Octobre 2019

Il s’agit d’une lettre bimestrielle présentée par les magistrats de la Cour, gratuite et accessible à tous en ligne sur le site de la Cour de cassation.

En Décembre, un numéro spécial a été consacré à la parité dans les élections professionnelles :

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Le CSA et l’Hadopi lancent le chantier de la fusion

From www.lettreaudiovisuel.com

Le CSA et l’Hadopi ont lancé les préparatifs de leur mariage, qui doit intervenir dans un an selon la réforme de l’audiovisuel engagée par le gouvernement.
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Public Information Online : Online Access to all the UK's Parliamentary Publications

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Online Access to all the UK's Parliamentary Publications

About Public Information Online

 

Public Information Online is a valuable service from Dandy Booksellers.

It is a web-based archive of searchable Parliamentary and Official documents and is the only resource which will allow you to view so many Parliamentary publications in one place as PDFs.

It contains publications from the Westminster Parliament, Scottish Parliament, Northern Ireland Assembly, National Assembly for Wales, Scottish Government and also Non-Parliamentary material

PIO combines and formats information from a wide variety of sources to produce simple, coherent documents, saving you time and effort.

For example, to view a list of sources used to produce the Annual Abstract of Statistics, which is available as a single document on PIO, click here

About Pepper v Hart

The Public Information Online Pepper v Hart service allows you to easily follow the progress of a Bill as it goes through Parliament from introduction through to enactment and everything in between. 

Quickly and easily view, search and save pages to make your own unique document based on your keywords for a particular Act, including Bills, Lords papers, Standing Committee/Public Bill Committee debates, Hansards and Acts dating back to 1919. 

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Thinking Quantum: A New Perspective on Decisionmaking in Law by Christopher Brett Jaeger, Jennifer S. Trueblood :: SSRN / Behavioral law and economics (BLE)

From papers.ssrn.com

Behavioral law and economics (BLE) is built on the observation that human decisionmaking is often incompatible with rational choice theory. But if our decisions
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Technology Collaboration Transforming Legal Processes with AI Innovation

From britishlegalitforum.com

Three major players in the legal services market have created the first truly automated end-to-end digital solution for insurers, solicitors and counsel using Artificial Intelligence (AI). Keoghs Solicitors, St John’s Buildings barristers’ chambers and Advanced, the legal software specialist, have...
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SCL: SSCL event: Introduction to digital evidence for lawyers - Wednesday 29 January 2020, Edinburgh

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SSCL event: Introduction to digital evidence for lawyers - Wednesday 29 January 2020, Edinburgh When: 29/01/2020 Code: You need to register with us or sign in to your existing account in order to book an event unless the event is free of charge. Please follow the booking instructions below. A meeting of the Scottish SCL - free to attend and open to all Date: Wednesday 29 January 2020 Time: 6.00 - 7.00 pm (Registration and refreshments from 5.30 pm) Venue: Burness Paull, 50 Lothian Road, Edinburgh EH3 9WJ Map CPD: 1 hour (for Scottish Solicitors and Advocates)  Speaker: Basil Manoussos, Manager of The Cyber Academy at Edinburgh Napier University, and Digital Forensics & Cybercrime Consultant at Strathclyde Forensics.  In a world we are increasingly living our lives online, the traces we leave behind us are often electronic. As English prosecutors know to their cost, cases can be derailed by a failure to search personal media accounts such as Facebook and texts.  But, if evidence in electronic form has become more important, it also brings with it a whole new raft of problems, both at international level and on the ground. At international level, electronic evidence knows no geographical boundaries. Whereas a fingerprint is found in a single defined location, an electronic one can be found in a server in one company, operated by an ISP found in another, and relating to an individual in a third. Cybercrime itself likewise knows no physical boundaries, and the law is rushing to catch up with the problems which come with that. On the ground also, where does the investigator begin to look? When he finds the evidence he needs, how does he recover it and how does he ensure its integrity? In this fascinating talk given by one of the leaders in this field, Basil will use real case studies to give a guide to the perplexed and illumination of what can often be to many a dark and obscure area of evidence.  Attendance at this meeting is free of charge and open to all. Please email mail@sscl.org to book a place Speaker's Details: Basil Manoussos is Manager of The Cyber Academy at Edinburgh Napier University, and Digital Forensics & Cybercrime Consultant at Strathclyde Forensics.  Basil is an Expert Witness, specialising in Digital Forensics & Digital Evidence. He has a long and diverse business background of more than three decades. For the last ten years he has been working as a Digital Forensics & Cybercrime Consultant, running his own private consultancy service, Strathclyde Forensics. He has been providing Expert Witness and Digital Forensics services to businesses and individuals, but mainly to the legal profession. Basil been involved in several high-profile cases and has been providing customised CPD training to solicitors and other legal professionals in Digital Evidence, Cybercrime and Cybersecurity.  As an Expert Witness he has helped numerous solicitors and law firms to win cases on the basis of digital evidence. Basil’s evidence has never been successfully challenged in court. He has specialised in auditing Police Forensic reports on behalf of the defence and has worked in several high-profile cases against News of The World, Strathclyde Police, NHS Glasgow and the HMA. Basil is considered an expert in cases involving indecent images of children.  Through his position at Edinburgh Napier University, as the Manager of The Cyber Academy he has provided training to the Chinese Government, including the Ministry of Industry and IT, and the South-to-North Water Diversion Project, as well as most branches of the Scottish Government on Incident Response Planning and Cyber Resilience. His previous training to the Scottish Government, on Incident Response included more than 120 people from more than 40 governmental organisations. Today Basil is delivering similar training through the Cyber Academy, and he has developed three CPD courses to be delivered for The Law Society of Scotland. He has been a regular presenter at events and conferences organised by the LSoS, the Scottish Paralegal Association, SYLA, the High Street and Sole Practitioners, The Faculty of Procurators in Glasgow and Dundee.  Basil is a regular speaker to universities including Glasgow, Strathclyde, Edinburgh Napier, UWS, Robert Gordon, SAN (Lodz, Poland), the American College of Greece (his alma mater) and conferences in the UK and abroad (Poland, Romania, Greece. He has organised the last two year’s Big Data in Cyber Security Conference, at Napier University which attracted an audience of 250 and speakers from around the world, including the ITU (international Telecommunications Union) and the FBI. He has presented in several other events, including Interpol’s Digital Forensics Expert Group (DFEG). He has also been presenting to Scottish Colleges (West College Scotland, City of Glasgow College, New College Lanarkshire).  In 2018 and 2019 Basil was a finalist at the prestigious Scottish Cyber Awards, in the category of the Cyber Evangelist of the Year. Administration notes: To join SSCL you must first join SCL. SCL membership includes at least 6 copies of the SCL magazine "Computers & Law" plus notification of future SSCL meetings. The cost of annual SCL membership including SSCL membership is £140.00. If you would like more information about the SSCL please email the Society at mail@sscl.org Scottish Society for Computers and Law. A company limited by guarantee, Registered No. SC210310, Registered Charity No. SC030577, Registered in Scotland, Registered office: 1 Rutland Square, Edinburgh EH1 2AS.
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Estonia and the United States to Build a Joint Cyber Threat Intelligence Platform

From www.lexblog.com

News Release via Cybernetica Estonia and the United States to Build a Joint Cyber Threat Intelligence Platform Estonia and United States have started a cooperation to build a joint platform for sharing cyber threat intelligence between the two countries.
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Alexa, How Do I Protect My Organization's Data From You?

From www.lawtechnologytoday.org

From the multitude of Alexa devices to Google Home to Apple HomePod to other smart home devices, there are ears everywhere.
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The Role of Data in Organizing an Access to Justice Movement by James Gamble, Amy Widman :: SSRN

From papers.ssrn.com

"The A2J Summit Collection, published in the Fordham Law Review Online, is an outgrowth of a pathbreaking Fall 2018 national convening — the A2J Summit — t
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Feelthinking Like a Lawyer: The Role of Emotion in Legal Reasoning and Decision-making by Kristen Konrad Tiscione :: SSRN

From papers.ssrn.com

The law has had an uneasy relationship with emotion, and we are trained to think that the best decisions are those made based on reason alone. The primacy of re
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Cooperative Design Lawyering: How Can Lawyers Prevent Disputes Through Value Innovation? by Jean-François Roberge, Veronique Fraser :: SSRN

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This article puts forth processes for preventing disputes based on value innovation, an approach referred to as Cooperative Design Lawyering (CDL). It suggests
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Research Across the Curriculum: Using Cognitive Science to Answer the Call for Better Legal Research Instruction by Tenielle Fordyce-Ruff :: SSRN

From papers.ssrn.com

This article explores why and how law schools can use principles from cognitive psychology to respond to the need for graduates to have competency in legal rese
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À quoi sert le dépôt légal ? Le Point

From www.lepoint.fr

Ce trésor documentaire multiséculaire est aussi un outil précieux pour repérer des anomalies éditoriales. Les explications de deux experts de la BnF.
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LegalLanguage: A Domain-Specific Language for Legal Contexts

From link.springer.com

Nowadays legal ontologies have been used in the legal domain, however, being poorly explored in legislative and production processes. This paper analyses the adoption of legal ontologies as a too
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Les cahiers de la justice : vulnérabilités

From www.enm.justice.fr

Le numéro 2019/4 des Cahiers de la justice, revue trimestrielle coéditée par l’ENM et les Éditions Dalloz, vient de paraître. Il est consacré au thème : « Vulnérabilités ».
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Cartoon Contracts and the Proactive Visualization of Law by Michael D. Murray :: SSRN

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The goal of this Article is to apply the lens of visual legal rhetoric to the current movement known as the proactive visualization of law in its efforts to pro
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Automating Discretionary Decision-Making in the Public Sector: Legal Dimensions by Will Bateman :: SSRN

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Complex legal issues accompany proposals to automate the exercise of public sector functions. Deterministic and predictive (data-drive) algorithmic decision-mak
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PDF gratuits - Livres blancs - Larcier Group

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Nos livres blanc vous accompagnent au quotidien et font le point pour vous dans tous les domaines du droit : RGPD, droit luxembourgeois, droit des sociétés,...
Téléchargeables gratuitement, ils présentent les concepts fondamentaux des divers domaines du droit et les points d'attention des dernières réformes.

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