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Consultation Paper on Artificial Intelligence and Civil Liability by British Columbia Law Institute :: SSRN

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Artificial intelligence is pervasive in today’s world. Decisions, predictions and recommendations made by artificial intelligence affect individual lives to an
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Beyond Measure: Implicating Law Reviews and Author Rankings in Low Impact Factors in Legal Scholarship by Valeri Craigle :: SSRN

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The production of legal scholarship, a critical component of any legal scholar’s professional portfolio, involves long hours of research, writing, and collabora
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Procédure législative : Yaël Braun-Pivet annonce un travail conjoint Assemblée-Sénat pour aboutir à une réforme | LCP - Assemblée nationale

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Travail de l'Assemblée nationale et saisine du Conseil constitutionnel sur la loi immigration, modernisation de la vie publique et droits des femmes... Lors de la traditionnelle cérémonie des vœux aux parlementaires, aux corps constitués et au corps diplomatique, la présidente de l'Assemblée, Yaël Braun-Pivet, a exprimé sa vision d'un Parlement "au centre de tous les enjeux" et plaidé pour un débat parlementaire "sincère et nourri, tout en demeurant respectueux". 
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Hyperdimensional Modelling of the Legal System in Digital Society (HyperModeLex) Can the Law be converted into programming

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Hyperdimensional Modelling of the Legal System in Digital Society (HyperModeLex) Can the Law be converted into programming code using AI/ML and logic formula without losing legal theory principles, legal linguistic expressivity, and Constitutional principles?

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The Ordinary Questions Doctrine by Lisa Schultz Bressman :: SSRN

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What approach should courts apply to the countless routine, often specialized questions of statutory interpretation that agencies answer—i.e., the “ordinary” qu
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Creating a People-First Court Data Framework by Charlotte Alexander, Lauren Sudeall :: SSRN

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Most court data are maintained—and most empirical court research is conducted—from the institutional vantage point of the courts. Using the case as the common u
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Can Implicit Bias in Judicial Decision Making be Cured by Greater Diversity on the Bench? by Brian Opeskin :: SSRN

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There has been growing interest in the psychology of human decision making and in the biases that are implicit in the way people form judgments. The implication
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Generative AI and Finding the Law by Paul D. Callister :: SSRN

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Legal information science requires, among other things, principles and theories. The article states five principles or considerations that any discussion of ge
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#MeToo & The Courts: The Impact of Social Movements on Federal Judicial Decisionmaking by Carol T. Li, Veronica Root Martinez, Matthew Hall :: SSRN

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In late 2017, the #MeToo movement swept through the United States as individuals from all backgrounds and walks of life revealed their experiences with sexual a
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[RESEARCH PAPER] Taking Chaos Seriously: from Analog to Digital Constitutionalism, by Guillaume TUSSEAU – Sciences Po Chair Digital, Governance and Sovereignty

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In 1999, the Constitution of the “Republic of Chaos” recognised as a citizen “any biological or digital entity capable of […]
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THE LEGAL IMPLICATIONS OF MARGINAL NOTES, AND SCHEDULES PLACING RELIANCE ON CASE LAWS by Nzube Udechukwu :: SSRN

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The central jurisdiction of every Court of law; in line with the principle of separation of power; is the interpretation of laws. Hence, judicis est ius decere,
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Decent Law: Beyond Constitutions, Codes and Cases by Benjamin Alarie, Samuel Becher :: SSRN

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Emerging technological developments, such as ongoing rapid improvements in artificial intelligence, will significantly transform legal systems. New technologies
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Artificial Intelligence and Law: Case-Based Reasoning and Machine Learning

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'Artificial Intelligence and Law: Case-Based Reasoning and Machine Learning' published in 'Encyclopedia of the Philosophy of Law and Social Philosophy'
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Selection and Evaluation of Judges - Impact of Criteria and Procedure on Independence of Judiciary 2023 Regional Law Review 2023

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DOI: 10.56461/iuprlrc.2023.4.ch16


Marina MATIC BOSKOVIC*
Institute of Criminological and Sociological Research, Belgrade



SELECTION AND EVALUATION OF JUDGES
- IMPACT OF CRITERIA AND PROCEDURE
ON INDEPENDENCE OF JUDICIARY


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OntoFoCE and ObE Forensics. Email-traceability supporting tools for digital forensics - ProQuest

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Explore millions of resources from scholarly journals, books, newspapers, videos and more, on the ProQuest Platform.
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La vie après la politique : épisode • 5/5 du podcast Alain Juppé, au cœur de la vie politique française

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AUDIO • 5/5 : La vie après la politique. Alain Juppé, au cœur de la vie politique française est une série inédite proposée par France Culture. Écoutez gratuitement en ligne ce podcast et parcourez tout notre catalogue.
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Audiences et état d’urgence : bilans, comparaisons et projets [VIDEO]

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Nouvelle diffusion Les états d’urgence sécuritaire, puis sanitaire, ont fait évoluer notre manière de juger.Abordons cela avec un universitaire qui vient de diriger un livre de comparaisons…...
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Mise en Open Data des décisions de 9 tribunaux judiciaires

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Le moteur de recherche Judilibre permet désormais de consulter en open data les décisions civiles de 9 tribunaux judiciaires
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OpenJustice.ai: A Global Open-source Legal Language Model by Samuel Dahan, Rohan Bhambhoria, David Liang, Xiaodan Zhu :: SSRN

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Generalized AI like ChatGPT cannot and should not be used for legal tasks. It presents significant risks for both the legal professions as well as litigants. Ho
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Can Implicit Bias in Judicial Decision Making be Cured by Greater Diversity on the Bench? by Brian Opeskin :: SSRN

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There has been growing interest in the psychology of human decision making and in the biases that are implicit in the way people form judgments. The implication
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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 conduct the first randomized controlled trial of AI assistance’s effect on human legal analysis. We randomly assigned sixty students at the University of Min
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Handbook of Terminology: Volume 3. Legal Terminology | Edited by Łucja Biel and Hendrik J. Kockaert

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Third in the series, this Handbook offers a comprehensive compendium of the current state of knowledge on legal terminology. It is the first attempt to bring together perspectives from the domains of Terminology, Translation Studies, Linguistics, Law and Information Technology in a single place.
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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 conduct the first randomized controlled trial of AI assistance’s effect on human legal analysis. We randomly assigned sixty students at the University of Min
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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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