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Lippe and Katz: Ten predictions about how IBM’s Watson will impact the legal profession

Paul Lippe and Daniel Martin Katz have published 10 predictions about how IBM’s Watson will impact the legal profession, in ABA Journal. Dan Katz has written a post about the article at Computational Legal Studies, where he introduces the article: … Continue reading

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Panel: Legal Education at the Cutting Edge: 23 September 2014, Seattle

A panel entitled Legal Education at the Cutting Edge is scheduled to be held 23 September 2014 at the University of Washington School of Law in Seattle, Washington, USA. The event is organized by Seattle Legal Innovation and Technology Meetup. … Continue reading

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Ramakrishna and Paschke: A Process for Knowledge Transformation and Knowledge Representation of Patent Law

Shashishekar Ramakrishna and Adrian Paschke presented a paper entitled A Process for Knowledge Transformation and Knowledge Representation of Patent Law, at RuleML 2014: International Web Rule Symposium, held 18-20 August 2014 in Prague. Here is the abstract of the paper: … Continue reading

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JURIX 2014: Deadline extended to 12 September for call for papers submissions

The submission deadline has been extended to 12 September 2014 for JURIX 2014: International Conference on Legal Knowledge and Information Systems, being held 10-12 December 2014, at Jagiellonian University in Krakow, Poland. For later dates please see the list of … Continue reading

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Dolin: Inconsistency Robustness and the Law: A Random Walk

Ron Dolin of Stanford Law School has posted slides of his presentation entitled Inconsistency Robustness and the Law: A Random Walk, given at the conference, Inconsistency Robustness 2014, held 29-31 July 2014 at Stanford University. The presentation describes several types … Continue reading

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Brams et al.: Algorithm for Fair Division of Indivisible Items: Divorce and Probate Applications

Steven J. Brams, D. Marc Kilgour, and Christian Klamler have published Two-Person Fair Division of Indivisible Items: An Efficient, Envy-Free Algorithm, Notices of the AMS, 61, 130-141 (2014). Here is the abstract: Many procedures have been suggested for the venerable … Continue reading

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