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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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Les chiffres 2021 sur l’intercommunalité [étude BIS DGCL] via @cabinetlandot

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Le service statistique ministériel de la DGCL publie les chiffres 2021 sur l’intercommunalité (Bulletin d’Information Statistique, BIS n°152). Accéder au BIS n°152 Voir : cliquer ici pour acc…
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Justice in the New Digital Era: The Pitfalls and Benefits of Rapid Technology Adoption by Courts by Anne Skove, Colleen M. Berryessa, Lonnie Schaible, Ibrahim Aissam :: SSRN

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Courts occupy a unique position in the justice system that is steeped in tradition and
formality. Likewise, any changes from established procedure are likely
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Legal Ethics, Legal Dualism, and Fidelity to Law by Joshua P. Davis :: SSRN

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This Article argues that there is an important relationship between the nature of law and legal ethics. A crucial claim in support of this thesis is that the na
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Does Lawyering Matter? Predicting Judicial Decisions from Legal Briefs, and What That Means for Access to Justice by Elizabeth Chika Tippett, Charlotte Alexander, L. Karl Branting :: SSRN

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This study uses linguistic analysis and machine learning techniques to predict summary judgment outcomes from the text of the parties’ briefs. We test the pred
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Lawtech: Levelling the Playing Field in Legal Services? by John Armour, Mari Sako :: SSRN

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The legal services market is commonly thought of as divided into two “hemispheres”-- PeopleLaw and BigLaw. These segments represent, respectively, individuals a
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Having Your Day in Robot Court by Benjamin Minhao Chen, Alexander Stremitzer, Kevin Tobia :: SSRN

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Should machines be judges? Some balk at this possibility, holding that ordinary citizens would see a robot-led legal proceeding as procedurally unfair: To have
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Ten Tips to Create a Legal Writing Course That Prepares Students for The Real World by Adam Lamparello :: SSRN

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In the past year, COVID-19 has transformed how legal education – and legal writing – is delivered to students. Online instruction replaced in-person instruction
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Law Search In The Age Of The Algorithm by Michael A. Livermore, Peter Beling, Keith Carlson, Faraz Dadgostari, Mauricio Guim, Daniel Rockmore :: SSRN

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The process of searching for relevant legal materials is fundamental to legal reasoning. However, despite its enormous practical and theoretical importance, law
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BOE.es - BOE-A-2021-7843 Real Decreto 327/2021, de 11 de mayo, por el que se modifica el Real Decreto 181/2008, de 8 de febrero, de ordenación del diario oficial "Boletín Oficial del Estado", para ...

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BOE-A-2021-7843 Real Decreto 327/2021, de 11 de mayo, por el que se modifica el Real Decreto 181/2008, de 8 de febrero, de ordenación del diario oficial
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Lawtech: Levelling the Playing Field in Legal Services? by John Armour, Mari Sako :: SSRN

From papers.ssrn.com

The legal services market is commonly thought of as divided into two “hemispheres”-- PeopleLaw and BigLaw. These segments represent, respectively, individuals a
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Lawyer Ethics for Innovation by Renee (Newman) Knake Jefferson :: Legal Ethics, Professional Responsibility, Innovation, Entrepreneurship, New Law, Artificial Intelligence, Data Analytics, Duty To ...

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Law struggles to keep pace with innovation. Twenty-first century advancements like artificial intelligence, block chain, and data analytics are already in use b
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Justice in the New Digital Era: The Pitfalls and Benefits of Rapid Technology Adoption by Courts by Anne Skove, Colleen M. Berryessa, Lonnie Schaible, Ibrahim Aissam :: SSRN

From papers.ssrn.com

Courts occupy a unique position in the justice system that is steeped in tradition and
formality. Likewise, any changes from established procedure are likely
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[Legal Education Webcast] Operationalizing Data Mapping: From Practices and Protocols to Proven Processes

From www.lexblog.com

Editor’s Note: From time to time ComplexDiscovery highlights publicly available educational content for readers of its blog. While ComplexDiscovery highlights this content, it does not assume any responsibility for content assertions or educational requirement tracking (e.g.
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Is Spotify Bad for Democracy? Artificial Intelligence, Cultural Democracy, and Law by Jonathan Gingerich :: SSRN

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Much scholarly attention has recently been devoted to ways in which artificial intelligence (AI) might weaken formal political democracy, but little attention h
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Élections départementales et régionales 2021 : qui peut voter ? - DILA

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

Vous aurez 18 ans au mois de juin et ne savez pas si vous aurez le droit de voter aux élections départementales, régionales et des assemblées de (...)...
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Case Law Summary: Can You Use Slack for Business Communications If You Can’t Produce Slack Messages in Discovery?

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Which comes first: the chicken or the egg? Oh, sorry, wrong question. Which comes first: the business communication platform or the ability to preserve, collect, and produce communications from that platform during ediscovery?
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Models of Electronic-Will Legislation by Adam J. Hirsch :: SSRN

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This Article examines alternative ways lawmakers could structure legislation validating electronic wills. The Article identifies four essential models, each of
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Regional Common Law by Yun-chien Chang, Geoffrey P. Miller :: SSRN

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Drawing on two hand-collected data sets of 10,466 state supreme court cases from 2019 and 7,354 state supreme court cases from 2003, this study examines pattern
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Introducing Library Guides - #Consilium #EU Main Page = https://consilium-europa.libguides.com/ , for Law  = https://consilium-europa.libguides.com/law

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The Council Library has a new tool that provides easy access to authoritative information - Library Guides! You will find guides on broad policy topics and more specialised reference lists; guides to optimise the use of library resources; and guides to augment professional development.
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Does Lawyering Matter? Predicting Judicial Decisions from Legal Briefs, and What That Means for Access to Justice by Elizabeth Chika Tippett, Charlotte Alexander, L. Karl Branting :: SSRN

From papers.ssrn.com

This study uses linguistic analysis and machine learning techniques to predict summary judgment outcomes from the text of the parties’ briefs. We test the pred
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Open Justice and Free Access to Case Law (A Submission to the NSW Law Reform Commission) by Philip Chung, Andrew Mowbray, Graham Greenleaf :: SSRN

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The New South Wales Law Reform Commission (NSWLRC) in relation to the Consultation Paper (CP22) in its ‘Open Justice Review’. This paper is a submission to that
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Access to Online Courts: Exploring the Relationship between Legal and Digital Capability by Catrina Denvir, Carolyn Sutherland, Amanda Selvarajah, Nigel Balmer, Pascoe Pleasence :: SSRN

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In this paper we consider the impact on access to justice of the increasing shift to online court and tribunal processes. We present new findings from a quantit
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L'accès au droit dans la société de l'information - TEL - Thèses en ligne

From tel.archives-ouvertes.fr

Ces travaux ont pour objet l’étude de l’accès au droit impacté par les nouvelles technologies. Il s’agira d’étudier la composition classique de l’accès au droit, au travers de ses fondements juridiques et de différents phénomènes, historiques comme sociologiques.
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Qu’est-ce que la cour criminelle départementale, que le gouvernement souhaite généraliser ?

From www.lemonde.fr

Expérimentés depuis 2019 dans plusieurs départements, ces tribunaux jugeront des crimes sans jurés populaires pour tenter de réduire le délai de traitement des affaires.
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