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AI Technologies in the Judiciary: Critical Appraisal of Large Language Models in Judicial Decision-making by Juan David Gutiérrez :: SSRN

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Using large language models (LLMs) in judicial decision-making carries social, organizational, and individual risks. This chapter provides an account of how the
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Old Lessons for a New World: Constitutions, Discrimination and Freedom of Ideas in Richard Posner’s Economic Analysis of Law by Luciana Yeung :: SSRN

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Considered revolutionary when first published half a century ago, Richard Posner’s ‘Economic Analysis of Law’ still today rewards further reflection. His analys
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Lawyering in the Age of Artificial Intelligence by Jonathan H. Choi, Amy Monahan, Daniel Schwarcz :: SSRN

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We conducted the first randomized controlled trial to study the effect of AI assistance on human legal analysis. We randomly assigned law school students to com
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A Constitutional Perspective on Institutional Neutrality by Tom Ginsburg :: SSRN

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The Kalven Report demands that the university generally remain neutral on social and political issues, a stance which has sometimes been controversial even at i
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Interpreting Code by Daniel B. Listwa, Adam Flaherty :: SSRN

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In recent years, a scholarly movement has arisen focused on developing a more detailed understanding of the institutions and actors that shape the creation and
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(10) Emmanuel Gaillard - Antoine Garapon | Legal Causality v. Algorithmic Correlation

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Universal Artificial Intelligence: Levelling the Playing Field - Debate III Shearman & Sterling - United Nations UNCITRAL - BCG GammaEmmanuel Gaillard
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Waele, Henri: On Citing Van Gend & Citing it Correctly , VerfBlog, 2024/2/25, https://verfassungsblog.de/on-citing-van-gend-citing-it-correctly/

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There are multiple common misunderstandings that have, over time, taken on the status of established truths. For example, to Sherlock Holmes is often attributed the quote “Elementary, my dear Watson”, which never appears in the Conan Doyle novels. Neither did Voltaire ever confide to anyone that he “disagreed with what you say, but will defend to the death your right to say it”. In EU law, there exists a similar widespread misconception, albeit tiny in nature. Simultaneously, it does concern the probably most famous ruling ever delivered by the European Court of Justice, so the comparative weight is substantial.
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Artificial Intelligence for Academic Support in Law Schools and Universities by Michael D. Murray :: SSRN

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The current models of verbal generative artificial intelligence (AI)—Bing Chat, GPT-4 and Chat GPT, Bard, Claude, and others, and the current models of visual g
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The Fraternity of Legal Style by Alexa Chew :: SSRN

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This article examines the writing experts cited in—and exalted by—legal style books. Legal style books help lawyers refine their writing, learn new techniques,
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L’open data des décisions judiciaires

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"L'open data des décisions judiciaires"

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Les assistants des magistrats, travailleurs de l’ombre - AOC media

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Ces dernières années, les emplois d’assistants des magistrats ont connu un fort essor au sein des cours et tribunaux français. Ces assistants, jeunes juristes pour la plupart, ont pour mission d’aider les magistrats à prendre les décisions sur les affaires. Mais comment s’intègrent-ils aux équipes de travail, et en quoi leur présence affecte-t-elle le métier des professionnels de la justice ?
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The Mathematical Structure of the Law by Ted M. Sichelman :: SSRN

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Scientific “law” and human-made law (“social law”) are both “laws” in a very general sense—scientific laws “govern” the workings of the material world and socia
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The EU’s Artificial Intelligence Laboratory and Fundamental Rights by Simona Demkova :: SSRN

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This contribution examines the possibilities for individuals to access remedies against potential violations of their fundamental rights by the EU actors, speci
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Computable Law and Artificial Intelligence by Harry Surden :: SSRN

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This article explores the theory and application of "Computable Law".

‘Computable Law’ is a research area focused on the creation and use of co
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Ideological Competition over State Supreme Court Selection Methods by Stephen J. Ware :: SSRN

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The U.S. Supreme Court’s 2022 decision in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization increased the importance of state law, and thus state supreme courts, wit
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Legal Treatises and the Evolution of Civil Rights Case Law by Jane Bahnson, Wickliffe Shreve :: SSRN

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During the 2022 term, the Supreme Court cited treatises to change legal precedent in two important civil rights cases. We examined the Supreme Court’s use of tr
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Embrace Active Voice In Legal Writing - In Most Cases by Diana Simon :: SSRN

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This article focuses on the advantages of using active voice in legal writing. First, it addresses the difference between active and passive voice using example
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Revisiting Code as Law: Regulation and Extended Reality by Brittan Heller :: SSRN

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Today we are on the cusp of extended reality, just as we were on the cusp of the internet 25 years ago. This Article revisits Lessig’s seminal theory of code-as
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Are Lawyers’ Case Selection Decisions Biased? A Field Experiment on Access to Justice by Jens Frankenreiter, Michael A. Livermore :: SSRN

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The lawyer-client relationship is pivotal in providing access to courts. This paper presents results from a large-scale field experiment exploring how demograph
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Machine Learning and Law by Andrzej Porębski :: SSRN

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This chapter will provide an overview of the applications of machine learning in the legal domain, both theoretical possibilities and applications already in us
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Language Model Interpretability and Empirical Legal Studies by Michael A. Livermore, Felix Herron, Daniel Rockmore :: SSRN

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Large language models (LLMs) now perform extremely well on many natural language processing tasks. Their ability to convert legal texts to data may offer empiri
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Good AI Legal Help, Bad AI Legal Help: Establishing quality standards for responses to people’s legal problem stories by @MargaretHagan :: SSRN

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Much has been made of generative AI models’ ability to perform legal tasks or pass legal exams, but a more important question for public policy is whether AI pl
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Resilience in a Digital Age by Kristen Eichensehr, Danielle Keats Citron :: SSRN

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A resilience agenda is an essential part of protecting national security in a digital age. Digital technologies impact nearly all aspects of everyday life, from
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