A call for papers — with submission deadline of 1 May 2013 — has been posted for the workshop, Network Analysis and Law, to be held 14 June 2013 in Rome at ICAIL 2013: International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Law.
Here is an excerpt from the call:
This workshop aims to bring together researchers from computational social science, computational legal theory, network science and related disciplines in order to discuss the use and usefulness of network analysis in the legal domain. We are thinking of both *social* networks (of e.g. legal scholars or criminals) and the network of *sources of law* (sources referring to other sources form a network). Topics include the (re)construction, analysis and visualisation of these networks and their interactions.
We invite papers on and demonstrations of original work on these and other aspects of network analysis in the legal field. Submissions will be subject to a light review process on appropriateness for this call, originality of the research described and technical quality. […]
For more details, please see the complete call.