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Casanovas et al.: AI Approaches to the Complexity of Legal Systems

Pompeu Casanovas, Ugo Pagallo, Monica Palmirani, and Giovanni Sartor have co-edited a new article collection entitled AI Approaches to the Complexity of Legal Systems: AICOL 2013 International Workshops, AICOL-IV@IVR, Belo Horizonte, Brazil, July 21-27, 2013 and AICOL-V@SINTELNET-JURIX, Bologna, Italy, December … Continue reading

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Code the Deal: Legal Transactional Hackathon: Results, storify, links, and resources

Code the Deal, a legal transactional hackathon, was held 19-21 September 2014, in New York City. The event was organized by Legal Hackers and Nixon Peabody. Click here for descriptions of projects worked on at the event. Twitter hashtags for … 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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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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Sen et al.: LEGALEASE: New programming language for modeling privacy policies

Shayak Sen, Saikat Guha, Anupam Datta, Sriram K. Rajamani, Janice Tsai, and Jeannette M. Wing, presented a paper entitled Bootstrapping Privacy Compliance in Big Data Systems, at IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy 2014, 19-21 May 2014 in San Jose, … Continue reading

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Surden: Video of presentation: Computable Contracts

Professor Harry Surden of the University of Colorado has posted a video of his presentation entitled Computable Contracts, given 7 February 2014 at ReInvent Law NYC. The video is available at ReInvent Law Channel, published by Professor Dr. Daniel Martin … Continue reading

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Ph.D. student position in Computational Law, at University of Aberdeen

A Ph.D. student research position regarding a Computational Law project at the University of Aberdeen has been posted. The supervisor for the position is Dr. Adam Wyner. Here are excerpts from the announcement: Computational Law Institution: Aberdeen University Dept/School/Faculty: Graduate … Continue reading

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