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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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Methodology and Innovation in Jurisprudence by Kevin Tobia :: SSRN

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Jurisprudence aims to identify and explain important features of law. To accomplish this task, what method should one employ? Elucidating Law, a tour de force i
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Measuring Legal Concepts by Eric Martínez :: SSRN

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Concepts are said to be the building blocks of law, underlying the rules, standards and principles that comprise legal doctrine. Despite the acknowledged import
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Gewichtsformel – wörtlich genommen. Ein empirischer Test mit der Hilfe eines Sprachmodells (German text) [Weight Formula – Taken Literally. An Empirical Test With the Help of One Language Model] by...

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Prompt Engineering is chiefly presented as a technique for improving the performance of large language models, and for increasing their alignment with the analo
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A Network Model of Legal Relations by Ted M. Sichelman, Henry E. Smith :: SSRN

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From at least the early 20th century, legal scholars have recognized that rights and other legal relations inhere between individual legal actors, forming a vas
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Law is not Code: On Algorithms and the Concept of Law by Christoph Bezemek :: SSRN

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This piece addresses the (profound) differences and the (superficial) similarities between law and algorithms on a conceptual basis and invites the reader to re
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Legal Pluralism and War by Rene Provost :: SSRN

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Wars are moments of social and political dislocation that uncover assumptions that routinely remain uninterrogated. The nature and function of law in society ar
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How Generative AI Can Help Address the Access to Justice Gap Through the Courts by Colleen V. Chien, Miriam Kim, Akhil Raj, Rohit Rathish :: SSRN

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The growth in popularity of generative AI and large language model (LLM) interfaces like ChatGPT, Claude, and Bard has spurred interest and debate about the pot
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Transparent legislation should be easy to read — part II

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I have some good news to share. After almost two years under the cloud of litigation regarding a challenge to one of our patent applications, we have reached a settlement that concludes the issue. The Patent Trials and Appeals Board (PTAB) ruled in our favor by denying the patent derivation claim made against us. This…
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A Short History of the Early History of American Student-Edited International Law Journals by Harlan Grant Cohen :: SSRN

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How did ideas hatched among Harvard, Virginia, and Columbia students remake the world of international publishing? Part of the Study and Analysis of Internation
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Circulaire du 22 mars 2024 relative à la mise en œuvre du droit de l'Union européenne - Légifrance

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Circulaire du 22 mars 2024 relative à la mise en œuvre du droit de l'Union européenne
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Putting the C Back in IRAC (Issue-Rule- Analysis-Conclusion) by Jacob S. Sherkow :: SSRN

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Read a law school exam these days, and you're likely to find one of the IRAC elements given short-shrift: the conclusion, C. That's unfortunate because c
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Inflation des normes : un mea-culpa général et de (bonnes ?) résolutions

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À l’occasion d’une table-ronde organisée le 4 avril au Sénat par la délégation aux collectivités territoriales, parlementaires, gouvernement et...-toute-l-actu
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Yale Law School Champions Open Legal Scholarship with the Launch of Law Archive

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Yale Law School has launched Law Archive, a new branded preprint service developed using the OSF infrastructure. This initiative reflects a commitment to facilitating the free and open sharing of legal research and scholarship, echoing a broader movement within academic communities towards greater accessibility and transparency.
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Caveat Lector: Large Language Models in Legal Practice by Eliza Mik :: SSRN

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Reader Beware. The current fascination with large language models, or “LLMs,” derives from the fact that many users lack the expertise to evaluate the quality o
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The Case for Jurimetrics in Legal Science by Anton Kwaijtaal :: SSRN

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In this essay, I advocate for the incorporation of jurimetrical methods into the realm of legal science to enhance scholarly investigation in law. I present a f
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IA génératives, encore beaucoup de questions #serendipidoc via @GuelfucciC

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Quelques questions soulevées par l'intégration de l'IA générative chez les éditeurs
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Asking GPT for the Ordinary Meaning of Statutory Terms by Christoph Engel, Richard H. McAdams :: SSRN

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We report on our test of the Large Language Model (LLM) ChatGPT (GPT) as a tool for generating evidence of the ordinary meaning of statutory terms. We explain w
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Supreme Court Ideology and the Press by RonNell Andersen Jones, Sonja West :: SSRN

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Among the elected branches and the broader public, positivity toward the press skews deeply ideological. The data make clear that most liberals favor the press
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With No Reason: Allowing Courts to Decide Cases Without Explaining Their Decisions by Eyal Zamir :: SSRN

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There is broad consensus that there are features of adjudication from which no deviation should be allowed—the quintessential one being the requirement that jud
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