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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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Record du nombre de femmes à la tête des administrations de l’État

From www.gouvernement.fr

Ce chiffre dépasse pour la première fois l'objectif légal du dispositif des nominations équilibrées.
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Médiation de la consommation de la profession d’avocat : nombre de saisines en hausse de 13 % en 2020 –

From www.gazette-du-palais.fr

Le 2 juillet 2021, la Médiatrice nationale de la consommation de la profession d’avocat, Carole ...
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Paralegal Automation: Will Paralegals Be Automated?

From www.lexblog.com

Everything You Need to Know about Paralegal Automation If you’re a paralegal, you know just how much important legal work paralegals do at law firms.But it’s still natural to wonder if the increase in technology—especially paralegal automation—at law offices will pose a threat to your role.  Paralegal...
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Law Society Loses The Plot Over AI and Ethics – @artificiallawya AL looks at how the latest @TheLawSociety paper on AI + ethics creates all kinds of problems.

From www.artificiallawyer.com

A new ethical guidance report https://www.lawsociety.org.uk/topics/research/lawtech-and-ethics-principles-report-2021 by the Law Society of England & Wales has stated that lawyers ‘should discuss the decision to use AI in providing legal services with the client’ and &…...

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Teaching Lawyers to Think Like Leaders: The Next Big Shift in Legal Education by April M. Barton :: SSRN

From papers.ssrn.com

The old saying is that students go to law school to learn to think like lawyers. While thinking like a lawyer is indeed critical to becoming a goo
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6 exemples contextualisés de Legal Design et des éléments de méthode dans le Livret du Village de la Justice.

From www.village-justice.com

Le Village de la Justice vous propose un Livret recueillant des exemples concrets de Legal Design appliqué, grâce à 6 agences spécialisées qui ont (...)...
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Guide to Legal Website Hosting

From www.lexblog.com

Managing a law firm comes with many challenges. As a law management consultant to firms of just about every practice area and size, I primarily coach in technology and websites (this includes legal website hosting).
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Court Technology Bulletin: Reminders Work!

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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Mission de recherche Droit et Justice » La bicatégorisation de sexe entre droit, normes sociales et sciences biomédicales

From www.gip-recherche-justice.fr

Comment l’évidence de la différence des sexes est-elle construite et continuellement produite par le droit ? Cette question constitue le fil directeur du présent ouvrage. Le fait d’être juridiquement assigné à la naissance à un des deux sexes civils ne clôt pas le moment où cette assignation revêt un intérêt pour le droit. En théorie, la règle juridique porte en France la prétention à être « aveugle au sexe ». Mais l’histoire longue et les analyses contemporaines de la confrontation des ambiguïtés sexuées avec le droit mettent en évidence qu’en pratique, le sexe est un puissant opérateur normatif. C’est toujours en fonction de l’assignation initiale à un sexe, qui s’articule aux stéréotypes sociaux véhiculés par l’exigence de la bicatégorisation sexuée, que les corps et les conduites sont normés. Cette structuration sociale et juridique du sexe et des identités produites par les dispositifs d’assignation engage aussi bien celles et ceux qui souhaitent en changer ou qui en revendiquent une troisième, que celles et ceux pour lesquels il s’agit d’une évidence dont la remise en question ne serait nullement censée les concerner. L’apparence (vêtement, esthétique) est en effet susceptible d’une interprétation juridique variable et différenciée selon qu’il s’agit d’une femme ou d’un homme. En retour, l’exigence d’apparaître aux yeux du droit comme une femme ou comme un homme implique des pratiques de normalisation des corps et des trajectoires sociales : l’imposition d’interventions médicochirurgicales lourdes à des nouveaux-nés au motif de leur ambiguïté sexuée, même s’ils sont en parfaite santé ; le refus d’admettre sur le plan civil le caractère intersexué des personnes qui ont pu échapper à ces interventions ; les contraintes concrètes que les critères juridiques restrictifs du changement de sexe à l’état civil font peser sur la vie des personnes. Ce sont ces dispositifs, qui ont connu des évolutions récentes, que l’ouvrage se propose d’analyser. Sous la direction de Marie-Xavière Catto et Julie Mazaleigue-Labaste, en collaboration avec Laurence Brunet édition : mare & martin paru en mai 2021
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Citation Ethics: Towards an Ethical Framework of Legal Citation by Jennifer Elisa Chapman (formerly Smith) :: SSRN

From papers.ssrn.com

This article examines legal citation practices, as used in scholarly publications, within the context of ethical frameworks, as well as what this analysis demon
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AALL 2021 Recap: Facing Challenges: Access to Justice in a Global ‘Virtual World’

From fcilsis.wordpress.com

By Meredith Capps In an “on demand” session offered to AALL 2021 Virtual Meeting attendees, FCIL-SIS’s own Alison Shea moderated a program titled “Facing Challenges: Access to Justice in a Global ‘Virtual World.’”  The three program speakers, hailing from different parts of world and addressing access to justice issues in different professional capacities, were asked…
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Issue Estoppel of Foreign Judgment on Validity and Separability of Arbitration Agreement –

From eapil.org

This post was contributed by Nicolas Kyriakides, who is a practising lawyer in Cyprus and an Adjunct Faculty at the University of Nicosia, and Laura McBride, a BA Jurisprudence student at the University of Oxford.
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Citation Databases for Legal Scholarship: Ranking the Top 28 Law Faculties by John Beatty :: SSRN

From papers.ssrn.com

The 2019 announcement by U.S. News that it would introduce a new law faculty ranking based on legal scholarship citation data from HeinOnline was met with conce
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A Law Library Move: Going Vertical by Joseph A. Custer :: SSRN

From papers.ssrn.com

Discusses the move of the Saint Louis University Law Library.
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Integrating Law, Technology and Design: Teaching Data Protection & Privacy Law in a Digital Age by Marcelo Corrales Compagnucci, Mark Fenwick, Helena Haapio, Erik P.M. Vermeulen :: SSRN

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In this paper, we identified five fundamental principles for developing data protection law courses in today’s digital age. The paper outlines the broader conte
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Gender In-Group Bias: Evidence from Judicial Decisions by Xiqian Cai, Pei Li, Yi Lu, Hong Song :: SSRN

From papers.ssrn.com

How does gender affect judicial decisions? Whether and to what extent judges have preferential treatment to plaintiffs of the same gender? In this paper, we pro
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Communion: Envisioning and Executing the Fourth National People of Color Legal Scholarship Conference — The Largest Ever Gathering of Minority Law Scholars by Anthony E. Varona :: SSRN

From papers.ssrn.com

This article was written in honor of the Fourth National People of Color Legal Scholarship Conference, held at the American University Washington College of Law
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Citation Practices of the Kansas Supreme Court and Kansas Court of Appeals by Joseph A. Custer :: SSRN

From papers.ssrn.com

This article examines the citation practices of the Kansas Supreme Court and the Kansas Court of Appeals.
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Investigating Pandemic Effects on Legal Academia by Meera E. Deo :: SSRN

From papers.ssrn.com

Even before the COVID-19 pandemic changed the landscape of the American workplace, challenges based on race, gender, and “raceXgender” (the combination of race
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US11042692B1 - Artificial intelligence-based legislative code validation and publication system - Google Patents

From patents.google.com


An artificial intelligence-based legislative code validation and publication system is described herein. For example, the legislative code validation and publication system can be implemented within a user device, a network-accessible server, or a combination thereof. The legislative code validation and publication system can include a plug-in, add-on, extension, or other component that causes an enhanced text editor to support additional functionality. In particular, the plug-in causes the enhanced text editor to generate structure-based markup language code as text is entered, provide auto-complete features, and/or validate the generated structure-based markup language code according to a jurisdiction's style guide. The legislative code validation and publication system can then modify the markup language code to include codification annotations, thereby forming annotated markup language code. The legislative code validation and publication system can publish a transformed version of the annotated markup language code to cause a device to display an updated legislative code.

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Justice by Algorithm: Are Artificial Intelligence Risk Assessment Tools Biased Against Minorities? by Michael Conklin, Jun Wu :: SSRN

From papers.ssrn.com

This is a review of Katherine B. Forrest’s new book When Machines Can Be Judge, Jury, and Executioner. The book does an excellent job discussing issues of fairn
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