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AI Now by Rachelle Holmes Perkins :: SSRN

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Legal scholars have made important explorations into the opportunities and challenges of generative artificial intelligence within legal education and the pract
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Latinisms In Modern Legal Discourse by Irina Ulianova :: SSRN

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Learning Latin terminology in all its variety, including legal terms, abbreviations and proverbial phrases, is a primary component of Latin studies for law stud
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Thomson Reuters Contradicts Stanford GenAI Study – ‘We Are 90% Accurate’ – @artificiallawya

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Thomson Reuters has contradicted the findings of a recent Stanford HAI study into its genAI research capability within Westlaw Precision, and stated ‘our thorough internal testing of AI-Assisted Re…
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Judging the Artificial Judge by Muhammad Rafi Khan :: SSRN

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In “Judges, Technology and Artificial Intelligence: The Artificial Judge” Tania Sourdin undertakes a journey spanning judiciary and technology to offer a sophi
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Legal Education's Role in Combating Automation Bias and Complacency with Generative AI in the Practice of Law by Anna Conley :: SSRN

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Market-driven efficiencies will result in generative AI as an integral part of the practice of law. Despite this reality, however, recent judicial decisions hig
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Computational Legal Studies Comes of Age by Bao Kham Chau, Michael A. Livermore :: SSRN

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Computational analysis techniques are transforming empirical legal scholarship. Two paradigms have emerged: law-as-code, which seeks to represent legal rules in
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Ways of Explaining Law by Dan Priel :: SSRN

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It’s become commonplace to say that jurisprudence is at a “dead end.” This essay, which reviews Julie Dickson’s Elucidating Law attempt to argue that matters ar
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Whither the Monograph: Changes to the ABA Standards on Library and Information Resources and Their Unintended Consequences for Legal Scholarship by Nicholas Mignanelli :: SSRN

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Recent actions by the American Bar Association (ABA) threaten the future of the legal monograph. Resolution 302, passed by the ABA House of Delegates at its mid
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International Law Scholarship: An Empirical Study by Oona A. Hathaway, John Bowers :: SSRN

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Where is international law scholarship published? In what kinds of journals is it published? What differences are there between foreign and domestic publication
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Legal conversation between jurists Dieter Grimm and Luis David Fernández Zambrano on the challenges of protecting fundamental rights from a constitutional perspective-2023. by Luis David Fernandez ...

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On November 10, 2023, the legal luminaries Dieter Grimm and Luis David Fernández Zambrano engaged in a pivotal conversation, shedding light on the challenges of
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harvard-lil/cold-french-law · Datasets at Hugging Face

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We’re on a journey to advance and democratize artificial intelligence through open source and open science.
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Legal Education's Role in Combating Automation Bias and Complacency with Generative AI in the Practice of Law by Anna Conley :: SSRN

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Market-driven efficiencies will result in generative AI as an integral part of the practice of law. Despite this reality, however, recent judicial decisions hig
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A View of How Language Models Will Transform Law by Frank Fagan :: SSRN

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This Article considers the influence of Large Language Models (LLMs) on legal practice and the legal services industry. In the near term, LLMs will spur new leg
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Access to Supply Chain Justice? – @Verfassungsblog

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One of the novel features of the Corporate Sustainability Due Diligence Directive is a private law liability for damages caused upstream in the supply chain. However, liability under substantive law is worthless without procedural rules that allow for its enforcement.
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What is the ideal dimension of law? by Lorenz Kaehler :: SSRN

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Law is, in many regards, non-ideal, as it almost always falls short of the best that one would agree about in an ideal world. Nevertheless, in several ways, it
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Rapport public du Conseil d’Etat : un bon cru sur le fond ; une stabilité dans la forme ; une présentation vivante en vidéo

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« Le Rapport annuel du Conseil d’État est une institution. Il a formellement été créé par le décret du 30 juillet 1963 mais René Cassin en avait déjà défini l’ambition propédeutique dan…
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ChatGPT, Artificial Intelligence (AI) Large Language Models, and Law by Harry Surden :: SSRN

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This Article explores Artificial Intelligence (AI) Large Language Models (LLMs) like ChatGPT/GPT-4, detailing the advances and challenges in applying AI to law.
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Scientific Educations Among U.S. Judges by Christa Laser :: SSRN

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Should more judges have technical and scientific educations than is currently prevalent in the federal judiciary? This empirical study of the educational backgr
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Legal Design Patterns: New Tools for Analysis and Translations Between Law and Technology | Digital Society

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Design patterns, a concept originated in urban architecture and adopted also in software engineering, provides a potential approach also for translations between law and technology. This approach will be examined and elaborated from various viewpoints in this topical collection, for which this introductory article provides an overall framework. Here, we discuss design patterns as documentations of living practice, which embed legal concepts, rules, and thinking and between internal and external perspectives to law. We argue that design patterns provide a structured format for interdisciplinary discussions and enhance problem-solving and self-reflecting capabilities of legal scholarship.
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Schrödinger’s Dissent: The Hybrid Authority of a Dissenting Opinion by Christina Frohock :: SSRN

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A dissenting opinion is the Schrödinger’s cat of authorities: both the law and not the law simultaneously. Courts and scholars often clarify that a dissenting o
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La production réglementaire a augmenté moins vite en 2023 que le nombre de lois | À la une | Acteurs Publics. A propos des statistiques de la norme 2023

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Le secrétariat général du gouvernement (SGG) vient de publier la dernière édition de ses “Statistiques de la norme” https://www.legifrance.gouv.fr/contenu/Media/files/autour-de-la-loi/legislatif-et-reglementaire/statistiques-de-la-norme/indicateurs_2024.pdf . Si le nombre de lois promulguées est en hausse, le nombre d’ordonnances, décrets ou arrêts publiés est quant à lui en baisse. Le stock de normes actuellement en vigueur reste néanmoins toujours aussi important et il est même globalement en hausse.
 

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Foreword--AI in 2024: A Year of Crossroads and Decisions by Patrick Parsons :: SSRN

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As artificial intelligence (AI) continues its rapid evolution, the legal profession stands at a critical juncture. This article serves as a gateway to understan
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