Tag Archives: Visualization of legal information

HiiL Innovating Justice Forum 2014: Results, storify, links, and resources

The Hague Institute for the Internationalisation of Law’s Innovating Justice Forum 2014 was held 25-26 November 2014 in The Hague. The Website for the event, with links to descriptions of the competing projects, is available at: innovatingjustice.com/awards The winning law-related … Continue reading

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Land Matrix: Data and Visualizations Concerning Large Real Property Transactions

Land Matrix is a free and open database of large land transaction data, with visualization tools. Land Matrix is operated by a group of organizations including International Land Coalition and GIGA German Institute of Global and Area Studies / Leibniz-Institut … Continue reading

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Čyras and Lachmayer: Toward Multidimensional Rule Visualizations

Vytautas Čyras and Friedrich Lachmayer have published Toward Multidimensional Rule Visualizations, in Michał Araszkiewic et al. (Eds.), Problems of Normativity, Rules and Rule-Following (Springer 2015). Here is the abstract: This paper reviews visualizations in legal informatics. We focus on the … Continue reading

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Malik et al.: Predictive Visual Analytics for Community Policing and Law Enforcement

Abish Malik, Ross Maciejewski, Sherry Towers, Sean McCullough, and David Ebert are scheduled to present a paper entitled Proactive Spatiotemporal Resource Allocation and Predictive Visual Analytics for Community Policing and Law Enforcement, at IEEE VIS 2014, being held 9-14 November … Continue reading

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Starger: New blog about the U.S. Supreme Court Mapping Project

Colin Starger of the University of Baltimore has opened a new blog about his U.S. Supreme Court Mapping Project, called In Progress. Here are excerpts from the first post: In the 10/20 Map of the Week, I quickly rendered an … Continue reading

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Papaloi and Gouscos: Lessons Gained from Parliamentary Information Visualization

Aspasia Papaloi and Dimitris Gouscos have posted Lessons Gained from Parliamentary Information Visualization (PIV), at VoxPopuLII. Here is an excerpt from the post: The emerging topic of Parliamentary Informatics (PI) has opened up new terrain in the research of the … Continue reading

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Li and Palin to teach course: “Law is Code: Software for Access to Justice, Legal Aid, and Open Law,” at MIT, January 2015

William P. Li and William Palin are scheduled to teach a course entitled Law is Code: Software for Access to Justice, Legal Aid, and Open Law, January 2015, at MIT. Here is a description of the course, from the course … Continue reading

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