Legal informatics papers at HICSS 2015

Several legal informatics papers are scheduled to be presented at HICSS 2015 / HICSS 48: Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, being held 5-8 January 2015 in Kauai:

  • Bjørn Furuholt, Fathul Wahid, Oystein Sabo: Land Information Systems for Development (LIS4D): A Neglected Area within ICT4D Research?
  • Loni Hagen, Ozlem Uzuner, Chris: Understanding Citizens – Direct Policy Suggestions to the Federal Government: A Natural Language Processing and Topic Modeling Approach
  • Kincho Law, Siddharth Taduri, Gloria T. Lau, Jay Kesan: An Ontology-Based Approach for Retrieving Information from Disparate Sectors in Government: The Patent System as an Exemplar
  • Fu-ren Lin, Shih-Yao Chou, Dachi Liao, Hao De: Automatic Content Analysis of Legislative Documents by Text Mining Techniques
  • Nial Raaen: A Strategic Approach to Ensure the Integrity and Availability of Electronic Court Records
  • Rodrigo Sandoval-Almazan, J. Ramon Gil-Garcia: Understanding Judicial Websites: An Exploration of Portals in the States of Mexico
  • Kimberly Stoltzfus: Inter-Organizational Information System Digital Government Change in Justice Agencies: The Complexity of Stakeholder Identification

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

The complete conference program is available at:!weeks-overview/c21k2

If you know of additional legal informatics papers being presented at HICSS 2015, please let us know about them in the comments to this post.

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