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Do Robot Lawyers Dream of Billable Seconds? ILTA 2014 Program: Storify, links, and resources

A program entitled Do Robot Lawyers Dream of Billable Seconds? was held 21 August 2014 at ILTA 2014: International Legal Technology Association Annual Educational Conference, in Nashville, Tennessee, USA. The Website for the program does not appear to have a … Continue reading

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Vlek et al.: Building Bayesian networks for legal evidence with narratives: A case study evaluation

Charlotte S. Vlek, Henry Prakken, Silja Renooij, and Bart Verheij, have published Building Bayesian networks for legal evidence with narratives: a case study evaluation, forthcoming in Artificial Intelligence and Law. Here is the abstract: In a criminal trial, evidence is … Continue reading

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Surden: Computable Contracts – Part 2

Professor Harry Surden of the University of Colorado has posted Computable Contracts – Part 2, at Concurring Opinions. Here is a summary of the post: This is the second part of a series explaining “computable contracts.” For more about what … Continue reading

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New York Legal Hackers Demo Night, 24 June 2014: Storify, tweets, and resources

Legal Hackers Demo Night, organized by New York Legal Hackers, was held 24 June 2014, at Dev BootCamp NYC in New York City. Click here for the event Website and agenda. The organizers say that video of the event will … Continue reading

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Surden: Computable Contracts Explained – Part 1

[UPDATE: Part 2 of Harry Surden's post on Computable Contracts is now available.] Professor Harry Surden of the University of Colorado has posted Computable Contracts Explained – Part 1, at Concurring Opinions. Here are excerpts from the post: I had … Continue reading

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Getman and Karasiuk: A crowdsourcing approach to building a legal ontology from text

Professor Dr. Anatoly P. Getman and Professor Volodymyr V. Karasiuk, both of Yaroslav National University, have published A crowdsourcing approach to building a legal ontology from text, forthcoming in Artificial Intelligence and Law. Here is the abstract: This article focuses … Continue reading

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Legal informatics papers at CeDEM 14

Several papers on legal informatics were presented at CeDEM 14: International Conference for E-Democracy and Open Government 2014, held 21-23 May 2014 at Danube University Krems, in Krems, Austria: Guido Boella, Llio Humpreys, Robert Muthuri, and Leendert van der Torre: … Continue reading

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