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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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Mapping Amending Language to Akoma Ntoso Modifications

From legixinfo.wordpress.com

In my last blog, I talked about Xcential's long history working with change management as it applies to legislation and my personal history working in the subject in other fields. In this blog, I'm going to focus in on change management as it is used in Akoma Ntoso. I'm going to use, as my example,…
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Seeking To Legally Punish AI Though It Is Non-Sentient by Dr. Lance B. Eliot :: SSRN

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When humans do unlawful acts, we expect that they will eventually be caught, given due process, and if found guilty will likely incur some form of punishment. T
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Law without Hierarchy by Joseph Warren :: SSRN

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Legal systems are often assumed to require a single authoritative agency, such as a high court. Yet in some arbitration systems with no central authority, we ob
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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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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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Considerations About Legal Jargon And The Use Thereof By AI by Dr. Lance B. Eliot :: SSRN

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There are plenty of gripes and grumblings about the legal language used by lawyers and how contracts and other legal documents are seemingly incomprehensible, a
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Justice malade : plongée dans l'enfer du numérique judiciaire

From www.actu-juridique.fr

Justice : Depuis novembre dernier,  les témoignages de magistrats sur leurs difficultés au quotidien se multiplient. Actu-Juridique a choisi de les publier, en
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Mission d’appui aux chefs de cour et à la DSJ visant au diagnostic de l’état des stocks #jurisprudence  Rapport final 2021

From www.vie-publique.fr

| Ce rapport final de l’inspection générale de la justice (IGJ) est consacré aux perspectives d’évolution du flux des affaires nouvelles dans divers contentieux en lien notamment avec le contexte économique et social né de la crise sanitaire. Il s’efforce également d’objectiver la complexification présumée des processus judiciaires depuis une quinzaine d’années.
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Legal Simplification and AI by Dr. Lance B. Eliot :: SSRN

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Many advocates are urging that our existing laws are overly complex and need to be simplified. Interestingly, the advent of AI in the law can readily enter into
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The ‘Brussels Effect’ of the EU’s ‘AI Act’ on Data Privacy Outside Europe by @GrahamGreenleaf :: @SSRN

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The European Commission’s publication of a proposal for a Regulation on Artificial Intelligence (also described as an ‘AI Act’) is likely to become a pivotal mo
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The Role of Law in Legal Disputes by John Lande :: SSRN

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This article uses Oliver Wendell Holmes's famous definition of the law as “prophecies of what the courts will do in fact” rather than rules expressed in statute
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Legal Opacity: Artificial Intelligence’s Sticky Wicket by Charlotte Tschider :: SSRN

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Proponents of artificial intelligence (“AI”) transparency have carefully illustrated the many ways in which transparency may be beneficial to prevent safety and
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Emerging Legal Informatics towards Legal Innovation: Current status and Future Challenges and Opportunities by Sugam Sharma, Samia Gamoura, Deva Prasad M., Arti Aneja :: SSRN

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In the last couple of years, the Legal Informatics area has slowly begun to develop as Artificial Intelligence and its allied techniques and technologies expand
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Identifying Incentives for the Enforcement of Artificial Intelligence Soft Law Programs by Carlos Ignacio Gutierrez :: SSRN

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Methods and applications of artificial intelligence (AI) are increasingly impacting society in a myriad of ways. Stakeholders in the form of governments, firms,
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Blockchains : quels enjeux de sécurité, juridiques, économiques, et énergétiques ? Appel à contributions

From journals.openedition.org

Élaborées voici une dizaine d’années seulement avec le bitcoin, les chaînes de blocs (blockchains) sont surtout connues pour les cryptomonnaies. Ces chaînes de blocs présentent de multiples développements, aussi engagent-elles des interrogations sur la sécurité, les droits, les tiers de confiance, les activités économiques, la création artistique, l’environnement, ou les enjeux politiques. Cette nouvelle technologie numérique décentralisée, dite d’égal à égal, entraîne la désintermédiatio
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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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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

From papers.ssrn.com

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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