Category Archives: Abstracts

Ruhl and Katz: How Complex is the Law, and How Complex Should It Be?

Professor Dr. J. B. Ruhl of Vanderbilt University and Professor Dr. Daniel Martin Katz of Michigan State University and the ReInvent Law Laboratory, presented a paper entitled How Complex is the Law, and How Complex Should It Be?, at SEAL … Continue reading

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Abstracts of legal informatics papers accepted for ECEG 2014

Abstracts of at least four legal informatics papers are among the list of those accepted for ECEG 2014: European Conference on eGovernment, to be held 12-13 June 2014 in Brasov, Romania: The Use of Social Networks to Enhance E-Participation in … Continue reading

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Abstracts from Cyberspace 13 Conference: Legal Informatics Stream

Here are abstracts of the three papers presented at the Legal Informatics Stream of the Cyberspace 13 Conference, held 22-23 November 2013 in Brno: Dr Tomasz Bekrycht: Communications Models in Law. Abstract: Communication processes can be generally described with the … Continue reading

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Legal informatics papers at SLS 2013: Society for Legal Scholars Conference

At least four papers on legal informatics will be presented at SLS 2013: Society for Legal Scholars Conference, being held 3-6 September 2013 at the University of Edinburgh. Here are descriptions of the papers with links to abstracts: John Lombard, … Continue reading

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Sichelman on Quantifying Legal Entropy

Professor Ted M. Sichelman of the University of San Diego has posted an abstract entitled Quantifying Legal Entropy. Here is the abstract: Many scholars have employed the term “entropy” in the context of law and legal systems to roughly refer … Continue reading

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Nečaský et al.: Linked Open Data for Legislative Domain – Ontology and Experimental Data

Professor Dr. Martin Nečaský, Dr. Tomáš Knap, Jakub Klímek, Dr. Irena Holubová, and Dr. Barbora Vidová-Hladká, all of Univerzita Karlova v Praze, presented a paper entitled Linked Open Data for Legislative Domain – Ontology and Experimental Data, at LIT 2013: … Continue reading

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Abstracts from LIT 2013: Workshop on Legal Informatics and Legal Information Technology

Here are abstracts of papers presented at LIT 2013: Workshop on Legal Informatics and Legal Information Technology, held 20 June 20 2013, and one legal informatics paper presented at the Ph.D. Symposium of BIS 2013: International Conference on Business Information … Continue reading

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