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Quand un parlementaire peut-il agir devant le Conseil d’Etat ? Cela va-t-il changer ? Avec quels possibles impacts ? [courte VIDEO]

From blog.landot-avocats.net

Nouvelle diffusion  Un parlementaire, qui se prévaut de cette seule qualité, ne justifie pas d’un intérêt lui donnant qualité pour former un recours pour excès de pouvoir contre une ordonnance, pri…
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The Dangers Of Miscalculating Human Behavior Via Robo-Judges by Dr. Lance B. Eliot :: SSRN

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There has been a trend lately of suggesting that robot judges (so-called robo-judges) will be able to determine the guilt of a defendant by merely using state-o
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Measuring Scholarly Impact in Law by Karen L. Wallace, Rebecca Lutkenhaus :: SSRN

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In February 2019, U.S. News & World Report announced a proposal to use HeinOnline data to publish a scholarly impact ranking of law schools. As a result, in
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Empirically Validating Citation Metrics for Legal Scholars: A Market Approach by Joshua B. Fischman, Michael A. Livermore :: SSRN

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Citation counts are a common quantitative metric used by researchers and analysts to assess scholarly output. When U.S. News & World Report announced in 201
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Precedent, Principles, and Presumptions by Terry Skolnik :: SSRN

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Judges frequently resort to three adjudicative tools to decide cases: precedent, principles, and presumptions. First, courts consider precedent and draw analogi
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AI In The Law Impeded Due To Machine Readability Of Judicial Decisions by Dr. Lance B. Eliot :: SSRN

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There are ongoing calls for judicial decisions to be written in a more robust human-readability way. Newer still are hopes that court opinions might be reshaped
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Legal Maps As An Innovative Approach To The Law And Boosted Via AI by Dr. Lance B. Eliot :: SSRN

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We all likely use some form of mapping software these days, whether doing so on your smartphone or via an automobile-based GPS mapping system. In a like manner,
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Assessing Heinonline as a Source of Scholarly Impact Metrics by Karen L. Wallace, Rebecca Lutkenhaus, David B. Hanson :: SSRN

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After the February 2019 U.S. News & World Report announcement of a planned law school scholarly impact ranking based on HeinOnline data, law schools acceler
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Object Lessons: The Materiality of Legal Practices by Andrew Mamo :: SSRN

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Good laws applied by skilled legal practitioners abiding by robust ethics rules—the usual concerns of legal scholarship—are necessary for an effective legal sys
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Fraternité by François-Xavier Millet, JH Reestman :: SSRN

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Without denying their normative potential, grand statements on solidarity in a legal text are not sufficient to ensure the effective and large-scale protection
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The Authoritative Text as Imperative to Comprehensibility of Legislation by James R. Maxeiner :: SSRN

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The most understandable of texts is of little use as law if it is not clear that it is authoritative. This is the comparative lesson of this essay. American law
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Access to Digital Justice: In Search of an Effective Remedy for Removing Unlawful Online Content by Naomi Appelman, Joanna M.L. van Duin, Ronan Fahy, Joris van Hoboken, Natali Helberger, Brahim Zar...

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The publication and dissemination of unlawful online content and the lack of effective legal remedies has proven to be a persistent problem. This chapter aims t
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Legislative Design - Clarifying the Legislative Porridge by Rosemary Teele Langford, Andrew Godwin, Vivienne Brand :: SSRN

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Legislative design directly affects the clarity, coherence and navigability of legislation. It is therefore of critical importance to regulated persons and enti
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Coding and Collaboration: Data Analytics in the Law School Classroom by Charlotte Alexander, Nicole G. Iannarone :: SSRN

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Technological advances provide opportunities for lawyers to deliver sophisticated – and cost effective – legal advice. A basic understanding of the emerging fi
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Making Progress in Legal Education: Leadership Development Training in Law Schools by Leah Teague :: SSRN

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This article serves to introduce to articles in the Baylor Law Review Leadership Symposium issue which is the fourth annual leadership symposium connected with
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Measuring Scholarly Impact in Law by Karen L. Wallace, Rebecca Lutkenhaus :: SSRN

From papers.ssrn.com

In February 2019, U.S. News & World Report announced a proposal to use HeinOnline data to publish a scholarly impact ranking of law schools. As a result, in
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Empirically Validating Citation Metrics for Legal Scholars: A Market Approach by Joshua B. Fischman, Michael A. Livermore :: SSRN

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Citation counts are a common quantitative metric used by researchers and analysts to assess scholarly output. When U.S. News & World Report announced in 201
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On Confining AI-Based Robo-Judges To The Lower Courts by Dr. Lance B. Eliot :: SSRN

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If we are able to craft AI-based robo-judges, a secondary but crucial question is where would such AI-enabled jurisprudence systems be used. One outspoken posit
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A Guide to Help Lawyers, Law Students, and Business Professionals Develop Cross-Cultural Competence by Edwin S. Fruehwald :: SSRN

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Teaching law students cross-cultural competence has recently become a hot topic in legal education. While cross-cultural competence has been an essential part
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Authentification des chiffres des populations après recensement

From www.lagazettedescommunes.com

Un décret du 31 décembre authentifie les chiffres des populations des communes, départements et régions de métropole, des départements d'outre-mer de la Guadeloupe, de la Guyane, de la ...
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Elections : une téléprocédure pour les procurations

From www.lagazettedescommunes.com

Un arrêté du 28 décembre concerne la télé-procédure pour l'établissement des procurations de vote. Il y est dit que "la direction de la modernisation et de l'administration territoriale met ...
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L'autisme en droit : paradigme d'une nouvelle conception de l'intériorité - Archive ouverte HAL

From hal.archives-ouvertes.fr

La préoccupation récente du droit pour les personnes avec autisme illustre, d’une nouvelle manière, la place majeure que le droit réserve aujourd’hui à l’intériorité psychique des personnes . L’objectif de cet article est de proposer une réflexion sur la manière dont les différentes formes...
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Présidence française du Conseil de l’UE : les avocats de France veulent faire entendre leur voix –

From www.gazette-du-palais.fr

La France a pris le 1er janvier 2022 la présidence tournante du Conseil de l’Union européenne po...
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Nouvelle instruction relative au vote par procuration

From www.lagazettedescommunes.com

Le ministère de l'Intérieur a signé le 31 décembre une nouvelle circulaire relative au vote par procuration, qui permet de prendre en compte les évolutions récentes du droit.L'article 112 de la ...
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Restoring the Validity of Law in Democratic Societies –

From verfassungsblog.de

The questions posed by Professors Andrew Arato and András Sajó in their open letter Restoring Constitutionalism are pressing and of utmost public importance.I want to thank them, both for posing those questions to us, and also for...
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