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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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Law Journals, Biomedical Journals, and Restraint of Trade by Gregory Curfman :: SSRN

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Scholarly law journals permit manuscripts to be submitted to multiple law journals simultaneously, while scholarly biomedical journals generally require that ma
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I Dissent: Justice Ginsburg's Profound Dissents by Orit Gan :: SSRN

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This article seeks to enrich the scholarship on dissenting opinions. Conducting a qualitative textual analysis of dissenting opinions it offers a taxonomy of di
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Winograd Schema Challenge And Applicability To AI And The Law by Dr. Lance B. Eliot :: SSRN

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Words are essential in the field of law. Attempts to craft AI systems in the law are likely to make use of Natural Language Processing (NLP) capabilities, akin
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Online Legal Education in Canada by Adrien Habermacher :: SSRN

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This report compares the development of online legal education in Canada prior to and during the COVID-19 pandemic. It is pan-Canadian in scope and encompasses
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AI-Enabled Interrogators For Attorney Bar Exam Taking by Dr. Lance B. Eliot :: SSRN

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The prevailing approach to administering attorney bar exams is via old-fashioned paper-based methods, thus primarily static (not dynamic) and lacking in any int
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Legal Writing Professors, Salary Disparities, and the Impossibility of 'Improved Status' by Amy Soled :: SSRN

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There should be a concerted effort to eliminate the wage discrimination experienced by legal writing faculty. A legal writing professor’s status cannot truly im
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When AI Judges Our Human Judges And The Judgment Of The Courts by Dr. Lance B. Eliot :: SSRN

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The future might consist of using AI to judge the judgment of human judges. Presumably, a court case could be appealed to an AI system that reviews the outcome
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Online Legal Education in Canada by Adrien Habermacher :: SSRN

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This report compares the development of online legal education in Canada prior to and during the COVID-19 pandemic. It is pan-Canadian in scope and encompasses
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Assessing Heinonline as a Source of Scholarly Impact Metrics by Karen L. Wallace, Rebecca Lutkenhaus, David B. Hanson :: SSRN

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After the February 2019 U.S. News & World Report announcement of a planned law school scholarly impact ranking based on HeinOnline data, law schools acceler
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Europol est sommé d'effacer une partie de sa base de données

From siecledigital.fr

Le Contrôleur européen de la protection des données demande à Europol de supprimer une grande quantité de données personnelles amassées illégalement.
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Concours d’accès à l’ENM 2022 : inscriptions en ligne jusqu’au 11 mars

From www.enm.justice.fr

Qui peut être candidat aux concours d’accès à la magistrature ?Les promotions d’auditeurs de justice de l’ENM mêlent chaque année des étudiants et des...
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New 'MatterAlert' Provides Web-Based, Matter-Centric Docketing, Tickler and Calendar Software for Law Firms

From www.lawsitesblog.com

A new legal software product unveiled today, MatterAlert, is a web-based, matter-centric docketing, tickler and calendar application designed to help law firms manage all matter-related dates, deadlin...
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Court Technology Bulletin: Online Seminar: Tips for Conducting Remote and Hybrid Hearings with Self-represented Litigants

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A blog about court technology, court e-filing, and E-Courts by the National Center for State Courts, USA.
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A Bolt of Lightning: Measuring the Impact of Modern Transitions on the Supreme Court by Daniel Kiel :: SSRN

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How does one measure the impact of the most unique constitutional moment in the American system? This paper explores Supreme Court transitions from 1953 throug
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Data Protection and Judicial Automation by Marco Almada, Maria Dymitruk :: SSRN

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The words “judicial automation” invoke a broad range of images, ranging from time-saving tools to decision-aiding tools or even quixotic ideas of robot judges.
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Legal Matters: The Legal Context of Health Informatics in Global Pandemics by Bonnie Kaplan :: SSRN

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Law and regulation have not received much attention as part of the context shaping and being shaped by health informatics. Telemedicine, data, devices and softw
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Pandemic-Sanctioned AI Surveillance: Human Rights under the Threat of Algorithmic Injustice in the EU by Antonella Zarra, Silvia Favalli, Matilde Ceron :: SSRN

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Attention to algorithmic injustice has long characterised the perspective of European Union (EU) institutions toward artificial intelligence (AI), given the pot
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Quand un parlementaire peut-il agir devant le Conseil d’Etat ? Cela va-t-il changer ? Avec quels possibles impacts ? [courte VIDEO]

From blog.landot-avocats.net

Nouvelle diffusion  Un parlementaire, qui se prévaut de cette seule qualité, ne justifie pas d’un intérêt lui donnant qualité pour former un recours pour excès de pouvoir contre une ordonnance, pri…
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The Dangers Of Miscalculating Human Behavior Via Robo-Judges by Dr. Lance B. Eliot :: SSRN

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There has been a trend lately of suggesting that robot judges (so-called robo-judges) will be able to determine the guilt of a defendant by merely using state-o
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Measuring Scholarly Impact in Law by Karen L. Wallace, Rebecca Lutkenhaus :: SSRN

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In February 2019, U.S. News & World Report announced a proposal to use HeinOnline data to publish a scholarly impact ranking of law schools. As a result, in
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Empirically Validating Citation Metrics for Legal Scholars: A Market Approach by Joshua B. Fischman, Michael A. Livermore :: SSRN

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Citation counts are a common quantitative metric used by researchers and analysts to assess scholarly output. When U.S. News & World Report announced in 201
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Precedent, Principles, and Presumptions by Terry Skolnik :: SSRN

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Judges frequently resort to three adjudicative tools to decide cases: precedent, principles, and presumptions. First, courts consider precedent and draw analogi
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AI In The Law Impeded Due To Machine Readability Of Judicial Decisions by Dr. Lance B. Eliot :: SSRN

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There are ongoing calls for judicial decisions to be written in a more robust human-readability way. Newer still are hopes that court opinions might be reshaped
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Legal Maps As An Innovative Approach To The Law And Boosted Via AI by Dr. Lance B. Eliot :: SSRN

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We all likely use some form of mapping software these days, whether doing so on your smartphone or via an automobile-based GPS mapping system. In a like manner,
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