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EU takes important step towards digitalisation of justice systems - Consilium

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The Council paves the way for advancing the digitalisation of EU member states’ justice systems and for making them more accessible and effective.
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Methodology and Innovation in Jurisprudence by Kevin Tobia :: SSRN

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law. To accomplish this task, what method should one employ? Elucidating Law, a tour de force in “the philosophy of legal philosophy,” develops an instructive a
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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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Beyond the Numbers: Statistical and Data Literacy, Domain Literacy and Supreme Court of Canada Data Analytics by Jena McGill, Amy Salyzyn :: SSRN

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There is growing interest in using data analytics to assess the work of judges and courts in Canada. Generally, analytics outputs highlight patterns or trends
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Using Large Language Models to Support Thematic Analysis in Empirical Legal Studies by Jakub Drápal, Hannes Westermann, Jaromir Savelka :: SSRN

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Thematic analysis and other variants of inductive coding are widely used qualitative analytic methods within empirical legal studies (ELS). We propose a novel f
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CourtDocs Ontology: Towards a Data Model for Representation of Historical Court Proceedings | Proceedings of the 12th Knowledge Capture Conference 2023

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short-paper Share on CourtDocs Ontology: Towards a Data Model for Representation of Historical Court Proceedings Authors: Mahsa Vafaie, Oleksandra Bruns, Nastasja Pilz, Jörg Waitelonis, Harald Sack Authors Info & Claims K-CAP '23: Proceedings of the 12th Knowledge Capture Conference 2023December...
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Training Law Students like Athletes: Experimenting with the Constraints-Led Approach in Law Clinics by Jasper P. Sluijs, Herman-Kasper Gilissen, Karin C.J. Van Look :: SSRN

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We studied to what extent insights from the “constraints-led approach” (CLA) in physical education can be applied to skills teaching for law students in prepara
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The Paradoxical Effects of Increased Access to Justice by Whitney K. Taylor :: SSRN

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This paper tackles an intentionally provocative question: is there such thing as too much access to justice? Conventional wisdom suggests that barriers to acces
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[2311.13871] Legal Requirements Analysis. Sallam Abualhaija, Marcello Ceci, Lionel Briand #Arxiv

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Modern software has been an integral part of everyday activities in many disciplines and application contexts. Introducing intelligent automation by leveraging artificial intelligence (AI) led to break-throughs in many fields. The effectiveness of AI can be attributed to several factors, among which is the increasing availability of data. Regulations such as the general data protection regulation (GDPR) in the European Union (EU) are introduced to ensure the protection of personal data. Software systems that collect, process, or share personal data are subject to compliance with such regulations. Developing compliant software depends heavily on addressing legal requirements stipulated in applicable regulations, a central activity in the requirements engineering (RE) phase of the software development process. RE is concerned with specifying and maintaining requirements of a system-to-be, including legal requirements. Legal agreements which describe the policies organizations implement for processing personal data can provide an additional source to regulations for eliciting legal requirements. In this chapter, we explore a variety of methods for analyzing legal requirements and exemplify them on GDPR. Specifically, we describe possible alternatives for creating machine-analyzable representations from regulations, survey the existing automated means for enabling compliance verification against regulations, and further reflect on the current challenges of legal requirements analysis.
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The Right to (Human) Counsel: Real Responsibility for Artificial Intelligence by Keith Swisher :: SSRN

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The bench and bar have created and enforced a comprehensive system of ethical rules and regulation. In many respects, it is a unique and laudable system for reg
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AI and Law: The Next Generation by Katherine Lee, A. Feder Cooper, James Grimmelmann, Daphne Ippolito :: SSRN

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We are in a moment of seemingly nonstop excitement (and seemingly nonstop lawsuits) about the future of AI-assisted content creation, and the questions such cre
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Baromètre de l'application des lois. / Assemblée nationale

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Presentation de l'Assemblee nationale, du palais Bourbon, de ses membres (deputes), de son fonctionnement et de son actualite : agenda, travaux en cours (amendements, rapports, commissions, lois), textes et dossiers (legislatifs o
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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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Algorithmic Legal Interpretation by Kevin Tobia :: SSRN

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Legal interpretation has taken an empirical turn, with scholars and judges debating the use of corpus linguistics, surveys, and experiments in interpretation. P
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Can Automated State be Trusted? The Role of Rule of Law Safeguards for Governing Automated Decision-Making by Joanna Mazur, Maciej Bernatt :: SSRN

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The goal of the article is to take a broader perspective on the lessons which can be learned from the implementation of automated decision-making (ADM) in the p
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The Rule of Law Without Separation of Powers: Legality in the Classical Tradition by Adrian Vermeule :: SSRN

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Among theorists of legal liberalism, a common assumption is that the rule of law, rightly understood, entails some version of the separation of powers — especia
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Lettre de la DAJ – La Cour de cassation relève le caractère facultatif de la liste des procédures pour lesquelles « silence vaut accord » | economie.gouv.fr

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Par une décision du 15 novembre 2023, la Cour de cassation est venue affirmer le caractère facultatif de la liste des procédures sur le site du Premier ministre pour lesquelles le silence gardé par l’administration sur une demande vaut décision d'acceptation.
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L’Etat réorganise, juridiquement, la lutte contre la cybercriminalité via @CabinetLandot

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Au JO ont été publiés quatre textes réorganisant la lutte de l’Etat contre la cybercriminalité : le décret n° 2023-1083 du 23 novembre 2023 portant création de l’office anti-cybercrimin…
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Intersemiotic Legal Translation as Target Representamen: Three Types of Intersemiotic Translation in the Legal Field

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What types of signs can be used in an intersemiotic legal translation? The semiotician Julio Plaza (1987) proposed an interesting typology of intersemiotic translation inspired by Peirce’s distinction among icons, index, and symbols. In particular
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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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Some Sources Are Pure by Doug Magendanz :: SSRN

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When I say, “some sources are pure”, I mean “some sources of legal validity are legal simply and strictly so called”. The purpose of this essay is to explain wh
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Three-Dimensional Visualization of Legal Acts: Concept and Prototype

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Legal documents, including laws, regulations, norms, and general legal texts, exert a significant influence on many aspects of our daily lives. They establish the parameters for business operations, interpersonal interactions, and serve as the cornerstone fo
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Use of Artificial Intelligence in Criminal Cases by Srishti Agarwal :: SSRN

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This research article deals with the use of AI in criminal cases. Artificial Intelligence is not a well defined term as everyone has their own idea or perceptio
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