Several papers on legal informatics or legal data analysis are scheduled to be presented at ICEGOV 2014: International Conference on the Theory and Practice of Electronic Governance, being held 27-30 October 2014 in Guimarães, Portugal.
Here are the legal informatics or legal data analysis papers that I’ve been able to identify:
- Lyudmila Bershadskaya, Andrei Chugunov, and Elena Golubtsova (ITMO University, Russia): Measurement Techniques for E-Participation Assessment: Case of Russian E-Petitions Portal
- Davide Carneiro and Paulo Novais (Universidade do Minho, Portugal): Making Justice More Accessible
- Nishtha Madaan, Kamalakar Karlapalem (Center for Data Engineering, India) and P. Radha Krishna (Infosys Labs, India): Consistency Detection in e-Contract Documents
- Lina Marcela Morales Moreno (Ministry of Information and Communication Technologies, Colombia), and Javier Orlando Torres Páez, Adolfo Serrano Martínez (Colombia Digital Corporation, Colombia): A Government IT-focused e-Procurement Strategy for Colombia
- Niels Netten, Susan van den Braak, Sunil Choenni, and Erik Leertouwer (Research and Documentation Centre, The Netherlands): Elapsed Times in Criminal Justice Systems
- Prabir Panda (MN National Institute of Tech, India), Ganesh Sahu and Babita Gupta (California State University, United States of America), and Vidyadhar Muthyala (Government of Andhra Pradesh, India): e-Government Procurement Implementation in India: Two Comparative Case Studies from the Field
For abstracts or full text of papers, please contact the authors.
If you know of other legal informatics papers being presented at ICEGOV 2014, please let us know in the comments to this post.