Tag Archives: Court information systems

AALL Hackathon 2014: Some results

Results of at least two projects from the American Association of Law Libraries’ Hackathon 2014 have been posted: PROXYsearch, developed by Eve Ross and colleagues: Description: a single search template for the South Carolina Judicial Department’s website Code: https://github.com/PROXYsearch/PROXYsearch Wiki: … Continue reading

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Reiling: The eKantonrechter: Direct digital court access for citizens

Senior Judge Dory Reiling, Ph.D., of the Amsterdam District Court has posted The eKantonrechter: Direct digital court access for citizens, at Technology for Justice. Here are excerpts from the post: The Netherlands judiciary recently completed a digital procedure for everyday … Continue reading

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Antonov on e-justice in arbitration

Jaroslav Valerievich Antonov of the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration has published Legal Mechanisms of E-Justice for Ensuring Independence and Impartiality of Arbitrators in Light of International Practice, CYArb – Czech (& Central European) Yearbook of … Continue reading

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Dimitrov: e-Justice as adopted in Bulgaria

Professor Dr. George G. Dimitrov of the University of Library Studies and Information Technologies has published e-Justice as adopted in Bulgaria, Digital Evidence and Electronic Signature Law Review, 10, 97-103 (2013). Here is the abstract: The article sets out the … Continue reading

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Call for papers: HICSS 2015 minitrack on e-Justice and e-Law

A call for papers has been posted for a mini-track on e-Justice and e-Law, at HICSS 48: Hawaii International Conference on Systems Sciences, being held 5-8 January 2015, in Kauai, Hawaii. The submission deadline is 15 June 2014. Here is … Continue reading

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Guevara-Delgado & García-Leiva : El conocimiento jurídico. Una propuesta tecnológica para su gestión

Berenice Guevara-Delgado and Yordanis García-Leiva, both of Universidad de las Ciencias Informáticas, have published El conocimiento jurídico. Una propuesta tecnológica para su gestión = Legal Knowledge. A Technological Proposal for its Management, GECONTEC: Revista Internacional de Gestión del Conocimiento y … Continue reading

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Legal informatics papers at HICSS 2014

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: … Continue reading

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African Law Library: New free-access-to-law service for Africa

African Law Library, a new free-access-to-law service for African countries and multinational organizations, launched with an event in Addis Ababa on 28 November 2013, according to AfricanLII. According to the service’s Website, African Law Library is produced by the African … Continue reading

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Mill: New alert service for U.S. federal court decisions, through Scout

A new, free, alert service for U.S. federal court decisions is now available through Scout, developed by Eric Mill of the Sunlight Foundation. The service uses data from the CourtListener API, produced by Professor Dr. Brian Carver and Michael Lissner … Continue reading

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OECD studies on the influence of technology on judicial performance

Two recent studies by the OECD provide evidence of the influence of technology on judicial performance in civil cases; both studies are linked and summarized at: Judicial performance and its determinants: a cross-country perspective. Here are excerpts: [...] The responsiveness … Continue reading

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