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From the 'Right to Delisting' to the 'Right to Relisting' by Federica Giovanella :: SSRN #CJUE #Google_Spain

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The Court of Justice’s Google Spain decision introduced a “right to delisting” that recognizes data subjects’ right to have search results for their names delis
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Gender Diversity in Legal Writing: Pronouns, Honorifics, and Gender-Inclusive Techniques by British Columbia Law Institute :: SSRN

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Like the law, language and styles of writing evolve over time to meet the needs of new generations. One such shift is towards language that reflects a modern un
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« La paralysie de l’Assemblée nationale est une aubaine pour le droit pénal »

From www.lemonde.fr

TRIBUNE. L’inflation des lois qui se sont succédé « frénétiquement » depuis vingt-cinq ans est source de dispositions contradictoires et nuit au travail quotidien de la justice, constatent les magistrats Jean-Rémi Costa et Alexandre Stobinsky, dans une tribune au « Monde ».
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The Failure of Unbundled Legal Services to Meet the Crisis in Access to Justice

From www.slaw.ca

In the past decade, various law societies, bar associations, and members of the judiciary have allowed and tacitly endorsed the provision of unbundled legal services.For law schools, members of the profession and judiciary, and professional regulators who recognize the crisis in access to justice,...
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AI Decision-Making and the Courts: A Guide for Judges, Tribunal Members and Court Administrators’ by Felicity Bell, Lyria Bennett Moses, Michael Legg, Jacob Silove, Monika Zalnieriute :: SSRN

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Artificial intelligence (AI) systems pervade modern life and are already being used in courts, both in their administration and to support decision-making, and
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Can Artificial Intelligence Improve the Effectiveness of Government Support Policies? by Minho Kim, Jaepil Han :: SSRN

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■ Despite high hopes for artificial intelligence (AI) to generate powerful innovations across the public sphere backed by its strong prediction skills, Korea ha
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Trial by Internet: A Randomized Field Experiment on Wikipedia’s Influence on Judges’ Legal Reasoning by Neil Thompson, Brian Flanagan, Edana Richardson, Brian McKenzie, Xueyun Luo :: SSRN

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In the common law tradition, legal decisions are supposed to be grounded in both statute and precedent, with legal training guiding practitioners on the most im
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INFOGRAPHIES. Les députés "lessivés" ont-ils travaillé davantage que lors de la précédente législature ?

From www.francetvinfo.fr

La première session parlementaire a laissé un goût amer à certains députés, qui se disent fatigués après des travaux longs et intenses. Ce mois de juillet n'a pourtant pas été marqué par des durées de débat record. Explications.
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Chilling and Warming Effects on the Production of International Law Scholarship by Stewart Manley :: SSRN

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How do international law scholars decide what to write about? I hope that most of us try to write about what interests us or, for the more idealistic, what best
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The Constitutionality of Notice in Search, Seizure and Surveillance by Michael Washington :: SSRN

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Today, individuals commonly store large and extremely sensitive data about themselves with third-party providers of digital services. It is equally common for l
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The Datafication of Law: How Technology Encodes Carceral Power and Affects Judicial Practice in the United States by Gil Rothschild Elyassi :: SSRN

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This inquiry explores how data analyses about US Federal sentences have transformed sentencing practice beginning in the mid-1980s. I consider this inquiry an e
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Doing Law School Wrong: Case Teaching and an Integrated Legal Practice Method by G Marsden, S Atienza

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Since its inception, the Langdellian case method has been used to teach legal analysis and reasoning to generations of U.S. law students. For nearly as long, bu
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Using Design Thinking Methods to Prevent Plagiarism in Legal Research Writing by Kavya Salim, Divya Salim :: SSRN

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Plagiarism in legal research is an academic concern. It affects academic integrity, and indulging in the practice displays academic dishonesty. These explanatio
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More True Confessions of a Legal Writing Professor: Dictionaries Should Not Be a Democracy by Diana Simon :: SSRN

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This, at times, irreverent, tongue-in-cheek article is about how dictionaries include words legal writers should not use in their writing, such as, irregardless
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Fake News & International Criminal Law by Sara Ochs :: SSRN

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In a decade defined by fake news, nations have weaponized disinformation to attack political, legal, and social systems throughout the world. Specifically, in r
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Representing Legislative Rules as Code: Reducing the Problems of ‘Scaling Up’ by Andrew Mowbray, Philip Chung, Graham Greenleaf :: SSRN

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We propose an approach to analysing the nature of existing legal rules, particularly legislative rules, that regards legislation as fundamentally a set of relat
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Understanding Criminal Justice Innovations by Meghan J. Ryan :: SSRN

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Burgeoning science and technology have provided the criminal justice system with the opportunity to address some of its shortcomings. And the criminal justice s
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Are Discipline Code Proceedings Another Example of Racial Disparities in Legal Education? by Andrea Anne Curcio, Alexis Martinez :: SSRN

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Addressing racism within legal education has historically focused on diversifying the faculty and student body, as well as integrating teaching about institutio
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Teaching to Neurodiverse Law Students by Jennifer Kindred Mitchell :: SSRN

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As the legal academy continues to explore ways to incorporate diversity, equity, and inclusion into our schools and curriculum, this article seeks to expand our
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[Cybersécurité] Données et informations détenues par les cabinets d’avocat : que faut-il protéger ?

From www.village-justice.com

La multiplicité et l'hétérogénéité des données et informations que l'avocat recueille ou crée dans l'exercice de ses fonctions, ainsi que la diversité de (...)...
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Vagueness in Artificial Intelligence: The ‘fuzzy logic’ of AI-related patent claims by Altair Breckwoldt Jurado, Rebeca Ferrero Guillén :: SSRN

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Artificial Intelligence is an emerging technology with an average growth rate of 64,70% in patent filings worldwide and 39,71% in Europe between 2015 and 2019, according to Espacenet queries. This trend has raised several concerns regarding the implications for Intellectual Property rights, including disclosure, which is one of the main components justifying the existence of the patent system. Despite its importance, this requirement has been disputed due to certain tendencies that distort the functions that the act of disclosure fulfils, such as promoting innovation, research, or teaching. With Artificial Intelligence-related patents being granted, the disclosure requirement is once again compromised, and perhaps even more due to the particularities that this branch of technology entails. In this sense, one main concern lies in the question of how Artificial Intelligence-related patents should be disclosed, as well as the fulfilment of this requirement. To this aim, two case studies are conducted to show the heterogeneity of compliance with this requirement, focusing on patents filed at the European Patent Office.
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Teaching and Assessing Students at the Nigerian Law School: Comparing and Contrasting the Old with the New Methods. by Festus Agbo, Beatrice Shuwa :: SSRN

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Teaching and assessing students are the most significant duties of a teacher. He does these duties methodically. This Paper compares and contrasts the old and n
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Faux Advocacy in Amicus Practice by James G. Dwyer :: SSRN

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Amicus brief filing has reached “avalanche” volume. Supreme Court Justices and lower court judges look to these briefs particularly for non-case-specific factua
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Law Schools Should Teach Non-precedential Federal Appellate Opinions by Sarah E. Ricks :: SSRN

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Most law students would be shocked to learn that the vast majority of decisions by federal appellate courts bind no one but the parties themselves. Only a tiny
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Ultimate Guide: How To Grow a Law Firm

From www.lexblog.com

If you have your own law firm, you probably know how it feels to be a jack-of-all-trades and to struggle with cost management, the poor acquisition of new clients, low profitability, a highly competitive environment, and insufficient focus on the business side.
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