Accepted papers for JURIX 2013: International Conference on Legal Knowledge and Information Systems

The list of accepted papers has been posted for JURIX 2013: International Conference on Legal Knowledge and Information Systems, to be held 11-13 December 2013 in Bologna:

  • Radboud Winkels, Alexander Boer and Ivan Plantevin: Creating Context Networks in Dutch Legislation
  • Guido Governatori, Ho-Pun Lam, Antonino Rotolo, Serena Villata and Fabien Gandon: Heuristics for Licenses Compostion
  • Katie Atkinson, Trevor Bench-Capon, Henry Prakken and Adam Wyner: Argumentation Schemes for Reasoning with Dimensions
  • Latifa Al-Abdulkarim, Katie Atkinson and Trevor Bench-Capon: From Oral Hearing to Opinion in The U.S. Supreme Court
  • Adam Wyner, Wim Peters and Daniel Katz: A Case Study on Legal Case Annotation
  • Yutaka Yoshida, Kozo Honda, Yuichi Sei, Hiroyuki Nakagawa, Yasuyuki Tahara and Akihiko Ohsuga: Towards Semi-Automatic Identification of Functional Requirements in Legal Texts for Public Administration
  • Clara Smith, Antonino Rotolo and Giovanni Sartor: Reflex Responsibility of Agents
  • Lorenzo Bacci, Enrico Francesconi and Maria Teresa Sagri: A Proposal for Introducing the ECLI Standard in the Italian Judicial Documentary System
  • Daniel Krasner and Ian Langmore: Flexible Processing and Classification for eDiscovery
  • Charlotte Vlek, Henry Prakken, Silja Renooij and Bart Verheij: Unfolding Crime Scenarios with Variations: A Method for Building a Bayesian Network for Legal Narratives
  • Henry Prakken and Giovanni Sartor: Formalising arguments about norms
  • Tingting Li, Tina Balke, Marina De Vos, Julian Padget and Ken Satoh: Legal Conflict Detection in Interacting Legal Systems
  • Tho Thi Ngoc Le, Minh Le Nguyen and Akira Shimazu: Unsupervised Keyword Extraction for Japanese Legal Documents
  • Orlando Conetta and Burkhard Schafer: LKIF in Commercial Legal Practice: Transaction Configuration from Eurobonds to Copyright
  • Michał Araszkiewicz: Towards Systematic Research on Statutory Interpretation in AI and Law
  • Kevin Ashley and Vern Walker: From Information Retrieval (IR) to Argument Retrieval (AR) for Legal Cases: Report on a Baseline Study
  • Adeline Nazarenko, Florence Amardeilh, Danièle Bourcier, Hacene Cherfi, Charles-Henry Dubail, Alain Garnier, Sylvie Guillemin-Lanne, Nada Mimouni, Eve Paul, Sylvie Salotti, Marjorie Seizou, Sylvie Szulman and Haïfa Zargayouna: The Légilocal project: The local law simply shared
  • Alan Buabuchachart, Katherine Metcalf, Nina Charness and Leora Morgenstern: Classification of Regulatory Paragraphs by Illocutionary Point, Reference Structure, and Regulation Type
  • Giuseppe Contissa, Migle Laukyte, Giovanni Sartor and Hanna Schebesta: Assessing Liability with Argumentation Maps: An Application in Aviation Law
  • Nada Mimouni, Sylvie Salotti, Adeline Nazarenko and Eve Paul: Modeling Collections of French Local Administration Documents
  • Gaia Arosio, Giuliana Bagnara, Nicola Capuano, Elisabetta Fersini and Daniele Toti: Ontology-driven Data Acquisition: Intelligent Support to Legal ODR Systems
  • Padmaja Sasidharan, Claire Henderson, Graeme Lockwood, Andrew Ji Jones and Elaine Brohan: User Centered Evaluation of EQUALS, a Rule-based Legal Decision-aid

For abstracts or full text of papers, please contact the authors.

HT Bart Verheij

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