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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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Digitalization and Law: Trends and Prospects by Alexander Novozhilov, Matthias Middell :: SSRN

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The coexistence of the phenomena of digitalization and law determines their mutual influence and actualizes the task of studying the impact manifested in relati
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The Constitution and the Public Service by Sir Geoffrey Palmer QC :: SSRN

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A speech to the Public Service Association, delivered on 28 November 2016. The speech introduces Sir Geoffrey Palmer and Dr Andrew Butler’s book, A Constitut
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Does Choice of Law Matter? by Michael Douglas :: SSRN

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We ought to rethink how we understand the conflict of laws in Australia with respect to forum statutes. This is an important issue: the proper treatment of ambi
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Legal Research Demystified, Second Edition (Table of Contents of Book and Excerpt from Chapter 6 on Secondary Sources) by Eric Voigt :: SSRN

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Since 2019, Legal Research Demystified has quickly gained adoptions at over thirty law schools. This textbook guides law students through eight steps to resear
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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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Dividing Law School Faculties into Academic Departments: A Potential Solution to the Gendered Doctrinal-Skills Hierarchy in Legal Education by Larry Cunningham :: SSRN

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This article builds on the many works before it that have documented the inequities associated with the way that law school faculties are structured. At most sc
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Should Courts Follow Mistaken Statutory Precedents? by Dale Smith :: SSRN

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Sometimes, when a court interprets a statute, it makes a mistake, with the result that the court mis-identifies the statute’s legal effect (ie, the contribution
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A Beginner’s Guide to Academic Integrity and Legal Referencing Using the AGLC (Australian Guide to Legal Citation) by Anita Mackay, Lola Akin Ojelabi :: SSRN

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This article is for beginning law students (both undergraduate and graduate). It aims to provide them with an accessible guide to academic integrity requirement
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Finding Legislative Information on Topics of Interest Using the Library of Congress | Teaching with the Library of Congress

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Explore resources on current events, public policy and the activities of Congress from the Library of Congress.
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An Uncommon Task: Participatory Design in Legal AI by Fernando Delgado, Solon Barocas, Karen Levy :: SSRN

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Despite growing calls for participation in AI design, there are to date few empirical studies of what these processes look like and how they can be structured f
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Normes L’urgence de simplifier. Maires Info #AMF

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Urbanisme, aménagement, environnement, santé, sport…, il n’est pas un projet local qui échappe à l’inflation normative et règlementaire. Le constat n’est pas nouveau mais la situation ne s’améliore pas en dépit des soi-disant chocs de simplification promis par les gouvernements successifs. Les procédures kafkaïennes imposées aux élus pour obtenir un cofinancement national (DETR, DSIL…) ou européen – et la rigidité des critères d’attribution décidés par l’État, la mise en place récente d’une gouvernance complexe dans le domaine du sport, l’avalanche de contraintes nouvelles comme celles générées pour les cantines scolaires par les lois «Egalim» de 2018, «Agec» en 2020 et «Climat et résilience» en 2021, sans tenir compte des capacités techniques et financières des collectivités – nuisent à la fois à l’équité et à l’efficience comme à la performance de l’action locale.
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Quels sont les différents métiers du droit possibles ?

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Après avoir suivi une formation en droit et justice, les possibilités de travailler sont multiples. Le droit est très vaste tout comme son champ d’action et il permet à tous les acteurs d’exercer divers métiers que peu de personnes connaissent. Cela s’explique par la complexité de ce domaine et les…
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Explainable AI (XAI) in Rules as Code (RaC): The DataLex approach by Andrew Mowbray, Philip Chung, Graham Greenleaf :: SSRN

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The need for explainability in implementations of ‘Rules as Code (RaC)’ has similarities to the concept of ‘Explainable AI (XAI)’. Explainability is also necess
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Democracies and International Law by Tom Ginsburg :: SSRN

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Democracies and authoritarian regimes have different approaches to international law, grounded in their different forms of government. As the balance of power b
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Defining Legal Technology and Its Implications by Ryan Whalen :: SSRN

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Legal technological developments have been both lauded as the promising future of the law and derided as a danger to the fundamentals of justice. This article h
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Precedent and the Rule of Law by Sebastian Lewis :: SSRN

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Courts may reason using precedents in various ways, but not all of them satisfy the rule of law. This article provides two ways that are compatible with this id
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Pour une justice plus accessible : parution de trois nouvelles plaquettes en FALC – français facile à lire et à comprendre

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Dans le cadre de sa mobilisation en faveur de l’égalité et de la diversité, la justice administrative poursuit son engagement pour renforcer l’accessibilité du droit auprès de toutes et tous, y inclus les personnes en situation de handicap intellectuel ou maîtrisant mal la langue française.
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When Artificial Intelligence Meets the Law: Legal Issues Arising from the Interaction: Some Reflections by Jerameel Kevins :: SSRN

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Disruptive technologies are taking shape in the globe. This paper looks at the legal issues that disruptive technologies bring. With a major focus on Artificial
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Meta-Law Institutions and Substantive Predictability

From legalhist.jotwell.com

Henry Smith, Equity as Meta-Law, 130 Yale L.J. 1050 (2021).Taisu ZhangIn more ways, than one, Henry Smith’s Equity as Meta-Law is an awkward fit for JOTWELL: the site, as I have long understood it, has an implicit focus on the work of emerging scholars, not very well-established ones. Moreover, the article does not easily fit into any of the subfields that JOTWELL disaggregates legal scholarship into: on the one hand, while there is quite a bit of legal history in [...]
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What if AI regulation promoted innovation? [Science and Technology podcast] | Epthinktank | European Parliament

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The word 'innovation' is often used as shorthand for improved technical, economic and social processes.
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Standardizing Legal Data to Extract Insights

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[Note: We are big supporters of legal standards here at 3 Geeks, so we asked Damien Riehl to convert his presentation at the SKILLS conference into a blog post regarding the work being conducted at SALI for Legal Matter Specification Standards.
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Decisional Sequencing as a Prerequisite of Predictive Justice and Integrating Artificial Intelligence in the Judicial Decision-Making Process by Kostiantyn Pilkov :: SSRN

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The court proceedings need to be viewed as a sequential process, where the sequence of making decisions of particular questions is strictly regulated by the log
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Law School Specialty Program Ranking Credibility by Robert R. Kuehn :: SSRN

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U.S. News ranks law school specialty programs solely on reputation. A faculty member teaching in a specialty area at each school is asked to assess their area a
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