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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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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

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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

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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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The Law of Legislative Representation by Jonathan Gould :: SSRN

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Law has much to say about the practice of legislative representation. Legal rules from different substantive domains collectively determine the landscape in whi
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Circulaires 2021 | budget.gouv.fr Circulaire 1BLF-21-3421 (NOR : CCPB2113516C) relative à l'élaboration des projets annuels de performance pour le PLF 2022

From www.budget.gouv.fr

21/07/2021
Circulaire 1BLF-21-3421 (NOR : CCPB2113516C) relative à l'élaboration des projets annuels de performance pour le PLF 2022

Annexe 1 : calendrier des travaux relatifs à la production des annexes du PLF 2022
Annexe 2 : présentation stratégique au niveau de la mission
Annexe 3 : JPE des dépenses de personnel
Annexe 4 : JPE des dépenses autres que de personnel
Annexe 4 bis : JPE des projets informatiques les plus importants
Annexe 4 ter : marchés de partenariat et contrat de crédit-bail
Annexe 4 quater : contrats de plan État-région et contrats de convergence et de transformation
Annexe 5 : présentation stratégique du programme, objectifs et indicateurs de performance
Annexe 6 : données relatives aux opérateurs de l'État
Annexe 7 : dépenses fiscales
Annexe 8 : informations relatives aux crédits du plan France Relance
annexe 9 : prérequis pour l'accès à l'application TANGO

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What Is Legal Innovation? by Haim Sandberg :: SSRN

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Technological progress, along with the economic success it brings innovators, has transformed technological innovation into an object of admiration. The law sup
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Droit électoral : panorama des ressources / fiche #jurisguide #cujas

From jurisguide.fr

Création 18/06/2021. Cette fiche propose une sélection de ressources documentaires dans le domaine du droit électoral.
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A Guide to Working with Outsourced Remote Paralegals

From www.lexblog.com

It’s no secret that most attorneys could use a few extra hours each workday. The 2020 Legal Trends Report affirmed that the average lawyer completes just 2.5 hours of billable work per day. While no one can slow down time, savvy lawyers can increase their capacity by tapping into strategies and...
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« En résumé, Lexis 360 intelligence c’est l’ensemble du contenu LexisNexis optimisé par la technologie au service de la pertinence des résultats, de la fluidité et de l’ergonomie », entretien avec ...

From www.tendancedroit.fr

Avocate au barreau de Paris, j’ai récemment intégré le groupe Lexavoué. Issues d’anciennes Etudes d’Avoués, les sociétés du groupe Lexavoué interviennent notamment dans le contentieux en appel. A l’aune de cette expertise procédurale, nous aidons nos clients à en appréhender les spécificités.
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Are legal professionals ready to return to the office?

From www.lexblog.com

Here is a recent Daily Record column. My past Daily Record articles can be accessed here. ***** Now that mask mandates are being lifted across the country, the return to in-office work seems inevitable.
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New Research Tools: Knight Institute Publishes 14 Indexes of More Than 1000 Unclassified Opinions Authored by the Office of Legal Council (U.S. Dept. of Justice) Between 1945 and 1958

From www.infodocket.com

From a Just Security Article: Shortly after the Supreme Court’s decision in Brown v. Board of Education, the attorney general tasked the Office of Legal Counsel (OLC), a small but powerful component of the Department of Justice, with assessing racial segregation in interstate transport and at...
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Décret n° 2021-922 du 13 juillet 2021 portant création, auprès du SGDSN, d'un service à compétence nationale dénommé service de vigilance et de protection contre les ingérences numériques étrangères

From www.legifrance.gouv.fr

Objet : attribution au secrétaire général de la défense et de la sécurité nationale d'une compétence en matière de lutte contre la diffusion de fausses informations et création à cet effet d'un service à compétence nationale dénommé « service de vigilance et de protection contre les ingérences numériques étrangères », rattaché à cette autorité.
Entrée en vigueur : le texte entre en vigueur le lendemain de sa publication au Journal officiel.
Notice : le décret vise à doter le secrétaire général de la défense et de la sécurité nationale, dans le cadre de ses missions d'assistance du Premier ministre dans l'exercice de ses responsabilités en matière de défense et de sécurité nationale, de nouvelles attributions lui permettant d'identifier les opérations d'ingérence numérique étrangères de nature à porter atteinte aux intérêts fondamentaux de la Nation, d'analyser leurs effets ainsi que d'animer et de coordonner au niveau interministériel la protection de l'Etat face à de telles opérations. Pour l'exercice de ces nouvelles attributions, le décret crée, auprès du secrétaire général de la défense et de la sécurité nationale, d'un service à compétence nationale dénommé « service de vigilance et de protection contre les ingérences numériques étrangères ». Un comité éthique et scientifique, institué auprès du secrétaire général de la défense et de la sécurité nationale, sera chargé de suivre l'activité de ce nouveau service.

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EconPapers: Weather and appeal court decisions in divorce cases in France

From EconPapers.repec.org

Abstract: While there is a fairly extensive literature on the relationship between weather and productivity, little research has focused on the impact of weather on judicial activity. The findings from the few investigations conducted arrive at different conclusions depending on the country. We contribute to this area of research by conducting the first analysis using French data. We propose an empirical analysis of the impact of outdoor temperature and rainfall levels on court decisions made in French courts of appeal during divorce proceedings, based on a sample of approximately 4,000 court decisions correlated with daily and geo-localized meteorological data. The analysis focuses on decisions regarding the amount of child support to be paid. We show that, all other things being equal, when it is very hot at night preceding the judgment, the panels of judges tend to set lower amounts of child support.
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EconPapers: How laws affect the perception of norms: empirical evidence from the lockdown

From EconPapers.repec.org

By Roberto Galbiati, Emeric Henry, Nicolas Jacquemet and Max Lobeck; Abstract: Laws not only affect behavior due to changes in material payoffs, but they may also change the perception individuals
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