At least three legal informatics papers are being given at HICSS 47 (2014): Hawaiian International Conference on System Sciences, being held 6-9 January 2014 in Hawaii, USA:
- Amn Rehman, Hassan Nawaz, Omar Naeem, Fareed Zaffar, Farooq Naseer, and Adeel Zaffar: Finding Needle in the Case-stack: Effective Remote “Monitoring” of Courts
- Simon Schlosser, Ehsan Baghi, Boris Otto, and Hubert Oesterle: Toward a Functional Reference Model for Business Rules Management
- Kaethe Beck, Scott Beamon, Edward Delp, and David Ebert: Learning and Law Enforcement: How Community Based Teaching Facilitates Improved Information Systems
For abstracts or full text of papers, please contact the authors.
If you know of other legal informatics papers being presented at HICSS 47, please feel free to mention them in the comments to this post.