JURIX 2017 – Call for Papers

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JURIX 2017
30th International Conference on Legal Knowledge and Information Systems
First Call for Papers
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Venue: Luxembourg
Conference website: https://jurix2017.gforge.uni.lu

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Important dates
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Paper submission: 17 September 2017
Demo & poster submission: 17 September 2017
Workshop & tutorial proposal submission: 17 September 2017
Notification of acceptance: 11 October 2017
Camera ready deadline: 20 October 2017
Workshops & tutorials: 13 December 2017
Main conference: 14 and 15 December 2017

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Topics
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For 30 years, the JURIX conference has provided an international forum for research on the intersection of Law, Artificial Intelligence and Information Systems, under the auspices of The JURIX Foundation for Legal Knowledge Systems.

We invite submission of original papers on the advanced management of legal information and knowledge systems, covering foundations, methods, tools, systems and applications. We welcome submissions on a wide variety of topics including, but not limited to, the following:

I – Theory and foundations

Contributions to the theory and interdisciplinary foundations for the use of Artificial Intelligence techniques in the legal and forensic domain. Papers should demonstrate (formal) validity, novelty and significance of the work.

– Representation languages and formalisms for legal knowledge;
– Models of legal knowledge, including concepts (legal ontologies), rules, cases, principles, values and procedures;
– Models of legal interactions of autonomous agents and digital institutions, including
normative systems, and norm-governed societies;
– Methods and algorithms for performing legal inference, including argumentation.

II – Technology

Contributions to the technological advancement of Artificial Intelligence and Information Systems in the legal and forensic domain. Papers should demonstrate quality, novelty and significance of the work, and evaluate results.

– Technology for expressing the structure and connections of legal texts and rules, including legislative, judicial, administrative acts as well as private documents, such as contracts;
– Technology for expressing the semantics of legal information and knowledge, including legal Open Data;
– Technology for the large scale analysis of legal knowledge and information;
– Technology for the verification and validation of legal knowledge systems;
– Technology for digital-rights management, access policies and authorisation, including issues in social networks;
– Technology for natural language processing and annotation of legal texts;
– Technology for social simulations in the legal domain;
– Technology for information retrieval over large bodies of legal texts;
– Support and methodologies for the acquisition, management or use of legal knowledge in information systems.

III – Applications

Implementations of AI & Law technology in real world systems. Papers should demonstrate added value, novelty and significance of the work, and if possible, validate the described system and evaluate (potential) impact.

– Support for the production and management of legislation, in agenda setting, policy analysis, drafting, publishing and implementation;
– Support for the judiciary, in application of the law, analysis of evidence, management of cases;
– Support for lawyers, in legal reasoning, document drafting, negotiation;
– Support for police and law enforcement activities, in forensic inquiries, search and evaluation of evidence, management of investigations;
– Support for public administration, in applying regulations and managing information;
– Support for business, economic transactions, and other private parties in managing regulatory compliance and compliance of business processes;
– Support for private parties in using alternative forms of dispute resolution, particularly on-line;
– Support for education by using legal information systems in a teaching environment.

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Paper submission
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The deadline for paper submission is Sunday, September 17, 2017.

The conference proceedings will be published by IOS Press in their series Frontiers in Artificial Intelligence and Applications (FAIA). Papers are to be submitted through the Easychair Conference Management System in PDF format:

https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=jurix2017

Submitted papers should not exceed 10 pages and be formatted using the styles and guidelines in the IOS Press Instructions for Authors:

LaTeX and Word tools for book authors

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Poster or Demo submission
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The deadline for poster and demo submission is Sunday, September 17, 2017.

Authors can submit short descriptions of a system, preliminary results or an innovative idea as a poster or demo paper. These papers should not exceed 4 pages when formatted using the IOS Press Instructions for Authors, and they should be submitted through the Easychair Conference Management System under either the “Poster” or “Demo” submission category.

Accepted papers will be offered the opportunity to present during a joint Poster and Demo session with the Doctoral Consortium papers (see below). Authors of demo papers should be willing to share (a screencast of) the demo privately with the reviewers, if so requested.

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Doctoral Consortium
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JURIX 2017 will feature a Doctoral Consortium. It will provide graduate students an opportunity to publish short papers, to present posters about their research and to receive feedback and encouragement from the community. A full call for papers for the JURIX 2017 DC will be distributed separately.

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Double Submission
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We welcome and encourage the submission of high quality, original papers, which are not simultaneously submitted for publication elsewhere except to JURISIN 2017. Papers being submitted both to JURIX 2017 and JURISIN 2017 must note this on the title page, and a paper to be presented at JURIX 2017 must be withdrawn from JURISIN 2017 and vice versa according to the choice by the authors. Failure to follow this policy will result in the paper not being included in the proceedings of JURIX 2017.

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Workshops & Tutorials
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Proposals for tutorials and workshops are invited and strongly encouraged. All proposals, including a short description of the topic, should be sent to the Program Chair by email (Adam Wyner, azwyner@abdn.ac.uk).

The deadline for workshop & tutorial proposals is Sunday, 17 September 2017.

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Conference Organisers
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Program chair:
Adam Wyner (University of Aberdeen)

Local organisers:
Leon van der Torre (University of Luxembourg)
Giovanni Casini (University of Luxembourg)
Xavier Parent (University of Luxembourg)

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Enquiries
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Enquiries concerning the program should be addressed to the Program chair (azwyner@abdn.ac.uk). Other enquiries should be addressed to the local organisers (giovanni.casini@uni.lu ; xavier.parent@uni.lu)

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JURIX 2016 – Call for Papers (Deadline Extended)

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JURIX 2016 – 29th International Conference on Legal Knowledge and Information Systems: Call for Papers & Proposals

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JURIX 2016 will be held at the University of Nice Sophia Antipolis (France) on 14, 15 and 16 December 2016.  We invite submissions of papers (long and short), technology demonstrations and proposals for workshops & tutorials.

 

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Paper submission

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The extended deadline for paper submission is **Saturday, September 10, 2016**

 

* We accept long papers (10 pages), short position papers (4 pages) and demo/poster abstracts (2 pages).

* Papers should be formatted using the styles and guidelines in the IOS Press Instructions for Authors.

* Papers are to be submitted through the Easychair Conference Management System in PDF format.

 

The deadline for workshop and tutorial submissions is **Sunday, September 11, 2016**

 

* Proposals should be sent as 5-page PDF documents to the Program Chair via email (f.j.bex@uu.nl).

 

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Topics

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We invite submission of original papers on the advanced management of legal information and knowledge systems, covering foundations, methods, tools, systems and applications. We welcome submissions on a wide variety of topics including, but not limited to, the following:

 

==I : Theory and foundations==

Contributions to the theory and interdisciplinary foundations for the use of Artificial Intelligence techniques in the legal and forensic domain.

* Models, formalisms and algorithms for representing and reasoning with legal knowledge (rules, cases, arguments, procedures);

* Models, formalisms and algorithms for representing and reasoning about legal interactions (digital institutions, normative systems).

 

==II : Technology==

Contributions to the technological advancement of Artificial Intelligence and Information Systems in the legal and forensic domain.

* Technologies for expressing the structure and semantics of legal texts and data;

* Technologies for natural language processing and information retrieval with respect to legal texts;

* Technologies for analysis, verification and validation of legal knowledge systems;

* Technologies for digital-rights management, access policies and authorisation;

* Technologies for social simulations in the legal domain;

* Support and methodologies for the acquisition, management or use of legal knowledge in information systems.

 

==III : Applications==

Implementations of AI & Law technology in real world systems.

* Support legislators in agenda setting, policy analysis, drafting, publishing and implementation;

* Support for the judiciary, lawyers, law enforcement and public administration legal reasoning, analysis of evidence, management of cases, document drafting;

* Support for business in managing regulatory compliance and compliance of business processes;

* Support for private parties in using online dispute resolution;

* Support for education by using legal information systems in a teaching environment.

 

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Organization

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Program Chair – Floris Bex (Utrecht University) f.j.bex@uu.nl

Local Chair – Serena Villata (CNRS) villata@i3s.unice.fr

Doctoral Consortium Chair – Monica Palmirani (University of Bologna) monica.palmirani@unibo.it

 

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Final CFP: JURISIN2016 (deadline extended)

Tenth International Workshop on Juris-informatics (JURISIN 2016)
November 14 – 15, 2016
http://www.kl.i.is.nagoya-u.ac.jp/jurisin2016/

Raiosha Building, Keio University Kanagawa, Japan

with a support of The Japanese Society for Artificial Intelligence in
association with Fourth JSAI International Symposia on AI (JSAI-isAI 2016)

**** Submission Deadline: September 5, 2016 (Extended!) ****

**** Aims and scope ****

Juris-informatics is a new research area which studies legal issues
from the perspective of informatics. The purpose of this workshop is
to discuss both the fundamental and practical issues for
juris-informatics among people from the various backgrounds such as
law, social science, information and intelligent technology, logic and
philosophy, including the conventional “AI and law” area. We solicit
unpublished papers on theories, technologies and applications on
juris-informatics.

**** Topics ****

Relevant topics include, but are not limited to, the following:
* Legal reasoning
* Argumentation/Argumentation agent
* Legal term ontology
* Formal legal knowledge-base/Intelligent management of legal
knowledge-base
* Translation of legal documents
* Computer-aided law education
* Use of Informatics and AI in law
* Legal issues on ubiquitous computing/multi-agent system/the Internet
* Social implications of use of informatics and AI in law

**** Bar Exam Competition ****

This year, JURISIN invites participation in a legal information
extraction and entailment competition. Previous conferences/workshops
have not conducted such a shared task on a large legal data collection,
so we hope that the 2016 workshop will help establish a major
experimental effort in the legal information extraction/retrieval field.
The motivation for the competition is to help create a research community
of practice for the capture and use of legal information.
Please visit the homepage of the bar exam competition.
Task Registration Due is June 30, 2016.
http://webdocs.cs.ualberta.ca/~miyoung2/COLIEE2016/

**** Submissions ****

Papers should be written in English, formatted according to the Springer
Verlag LNCS style in a pdf form, which can be obtained from
http://www.springeronline.com and not exceed 14 pages including figures,
references, etc. If you use a word file, please follow the instruction of
the format, and then convert it into a pdf form and submit it at the paper
submission page. If a paper is accepted, at least one author of the paper
must register the workshop and present it. We strongly encourage an online
registration.

You can submit your paper at
“https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=jurisin2016”.
If you cannot submit a paper by EasyChair System by some trouble, please
send email to:
mnakamur [at] nagoya-u dot jp

**** Invited Speakers ****

– Georg Borges, Professor of Saarland University, Germany
– Harumichi Yuasa, Professor of Institute of Information Security, Japan

**** Proceedings ****

A printed volume of the proceedings with ISBN will be available at the
workshop.

**** Post Proceedings****

Selected papers will be published as a post-proceedings via Springer
Verlag LNAI after the second round of review after the workshop.
The selected papers of the previous workshops were published as volumes
of LNAI4914(JURISIN 2007), LNAI5447(JURISIN 2008), LNAI6284(JURISIN 2009),
LNAI6797(JURISIN2010), LNAI7258(JURISIN2011), LNAI7856(JURISIN2012),
LNAI8417(JURISIN2013), LNAI9067(JURISIN2014), and TBA (JURISIN2015).

**** Important Dates ****

Submission Deadline: September 5, 2016 (Extended)
Notification: October 3, 2016
Camera Ready Copy due: October 14, 2016
JURISIN 2016: November 14-15, 2016

**** Workshop Chair ****

Makoto Nakamura, Nagoya University, Japan
Seiichiro Sakurai, Meiji Gakuin University, Japan
Katsuhiko Toyama, Nagoya University, Japan

**** Steering Committee Members ****

Takehiko Kasahara, Toin Yokohama University
Makoto Nakamura, Nagoya University, Japan
Katsumi Nitta, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
Seiichiro Sakurai, Meiji Gakuin University, Japan
Ken Satoh, National Institute of Informatics and Sokendai, Japan
Satoshi Tojo, Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology(JAIST), Japan
Katsuhiko Toyama, Nagoya University, Japan

**** Programme Committee Members (Tentative) ****

Thomas Agotnes, University of Bergen, Norway
Randy Goebel, University of Alberta, Canada
Guido Governatori, NICTA, Australia
Yoichi Hatsutori, IBM Japan Ltd., Japan
Tokuyasu Kakuta, Chuo University, Japan
Yoshinobu Kano, Shizuoka University, Japan
Mi-Young Kim, University of Alberta, Canada
Beishui Liao, Zhejiang University, China
Makoto Nakamura, Nagoya University, Japan
Katumi Nitta, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
Paulo Novais, University of Minho, Portugal
Ginevra Peruginelly, ITTIG-CNR, Italy
Seiichiro Sakurai, Meiji Gakuin University, Japan
Ken Satoh, National Institute of Informatics and Sokendai, Japan
Akira Shimazu, Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology(JAIST), Japan
Satoshi Tojo, Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology(JAIST), Japan
Katsuhiko Toyama, Nagoya University, Japan

**** Home page of JURISIN 2016 ****
http://www.kl.i.is.nagoya-u.ac.jp/jurisin2016/

For any inquiry, please send it to mnakamur [at] nagoya-u dot jp.

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JURIX 2016 call for papers

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JURIX 2016 – 29th International Conference on Legal Knowledge and Information
Systems: Call for Papers & Proposals

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For almost 30 years, the JURIX conference has provided an international forum
for research on the intersection of Law, Artificial Intelligence and
Information Systems, under the auspices of the JURIX Foundation
<http://www.jurix.nl/> for Legal Knowledge Systems.

JURIX 2016 <http://jurix2016.unice.fr/> will be held at the University of
Nice Sophia Antipolis (France) on 14, 15 and 16 December 2016.

We invite submissions of papers (long and short), technology demonstrations
and proposals for workshops & tutorials.

As the conference approaches, more information will be published on the
conference website <http://jurix2016.unice.fr/> .

Program Chair – Floris Bex (Utrecht University) f.j.bex@uu.nl

Local Chair – Serena Villata (CNRS) villata@i3s.unice.fr

Doctoral Consortium Chair – Monica Palmirani (University of Bologna)
monica.palmirani@unibo.it

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Topics

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We invite submission of original papers on the advanced management of legal
information and knowledge systems, covering foundations, methods, tools,
systems and applications. We welcome submissions on a wide variety of topics
including, but not limited to, the following:

==I : Theory and foundations==

Contributions to the theory and interdisciplinary foundations for the use of
Artificial Intelligence techniques in the legal and forensic domain.

* Models, formalisms and algorithms for representing and reasoning with legal
knowledge (rules, cases, arguments, procedures);

* Models, formalisms and algorithms for representing and reasoning about legal
interactions (digital institutions, normative systems).

==II : Technology==

Contributions to the technological advancement of Artificial Intelligence and
Information Systems in the legal and forensic domain.

* Technologies for expressing the structure and semantics of legal texts and
data;

* Technologies for natural language processing and information retrieval with
respect to legal texts;

* Technologies for analysis, verification and validation of legal knowledge
systems;

* Technologies for digital-rights management, access policies and
authorisation;

* Technologies for social simulations in the legal domain;

* Support and methodologies for the acquisition, management or use of legal
knowledge in information systems.

==III : Applications==

Implementations of AI & Law technology in real world systems.

* Support legislators in agenda setting, policy analysis, drafting, publishing
and implementation;

* Support for the judiciary, lawyers, law enforcement and public
administration in legal reasoning, analysis of evidence, management of cases,
document drafting;

* Support for business in managing regulatory compliance and compliance of
business processes;

* Support for private parties in using online dispute resolution;

* Support for education by using legal information systems in a teaching
environment.

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Paper submission

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The deadline for paper submission is **Sunday, September 4, 2016**

The conference proceedings will be published by IOS Press in their series
Frontiers in Artificial Intelligence and Applications (FAIA).

* Papers are to be submitted through the Easychair Conference Management
System <https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=jurix2016> in PDF format.

* Papers should not exceed 10 pages and be formatted using the styles and
guidelines in the IOS Press Instructions for Authors
<http://www.iospress.nl/service/authors/latex-and-word-tools-for-book-authors/ > .

==Poster or Demo submission==

The deadline for poster and demo submission is **Sunday, September 4, 2016**

Authors can submit short descriptions of a system, preliminary results or an
innovative idea as a poster or demo paper. These papers should not exceed 4
pages when formatted using the IOS Press Instructions for Authors. Accepted
papers will be offered the opportunity to present during a joint Poster & Demo
session with the Doctoral Consortium papers (see below).

==Doctoral Consortium==

JURIX 2016 will feature a Doctoral Consortium. It will provide graduate
students an opportunity to publish short papers, to present posters about
their research and to receive feedback and encouragement from the community. A
full call for papers for the JURIX 2016 DC will be distributed separately.

==Double Submission==

We welcome and encourage the submission of high quality, original papers,
which are not simultaneously submitted for publication elsewhere except to
JURISIN 2016. Papers being submitted both to JURIX 2016 and JURISIN 2016 must
note this on the title page, and a paper to be presented at JURIX 2016 must be
withdrawn from JURISIN 2016 and vice versa according to the choice by the
authors. Failure to follow this policy will result in the paper not being
included in the proceedings of JURIX 2016.

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Workshop & Tutorial Proposals

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The deadline for workshop & tutorial proposals is **Sunday, 11 September
2016**

Proposals for tutorials and workshops are invited and strongly encouraged. All
proposals, including a short description of the topic, should be sent to the
Program Chair (f.j.bex@uu.nl) by email.

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Important dates

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Paper submission – 4 September 2016

Demo & poster submission – 4 September 2016

Workshop & tutorial proposal submission – 11 September 2016

Notification of acceptance – 7 October 2016

Camera ready deadline – 14 October 2016

Workshops & tutorials – 14 December 2016

Main conference – 15 & 16 December 2016

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CFP: JURISIN2016

1st Call for Papers:

Tenth International Workshop on Juris-informatics (JURISIN 2016)
November 14 – 16, 2016
http://www.kl.i.is.nagoya-u.ac.jp/jurisin2016/

Raiosha Building, Keio University Kanagawa, Japan

with a support of The Japanese Society for Artificial Intelligence in
association with Fourth JSAI International Symposia on AI (JSAI-isAI 2016)

**** Submission Deadline: August 26, 2016 ****

**** Aims and scope ****

Juris-informatics is a new research area which studies legal issues
from the perspective of informatics. The purpose of this workshop is
to discuss both the fundamental and practical issues for
juris-informatics among people from the various backgrounds such as
law, social science, information and intelligent technology, logic and
philosophy, including the conventional “AI and law” area. We solicit
unpublished papers on theories, technologies and applications on
juris-informatics.

**** Topics ****

Relevant topics include, but are not limited to, the following:
* Legal reasoning
* Argumentation/Argumentation agent
* Legal term ontology
* Formal legal knowledge-base/Intelligent management of legal
knowledge-base
* Translation of legal documents
* Computer-aided law education
* Use of Informatics and AI in law
* Legal issues on ubiquitous computing/multi-agent system/the Internet
* Social implications of use of informatics and AI in law

**** Bar Exam Competition ****

This year, JURISIN invites participation in a legal information
extraction and entailment competition. Previous conferences/workshops
have not conducted such a shared task on a large legal data collection,
so we hope that the 2016 workshop will help establish a major
experimental effort in the legal information extraction/retrieval field.
The motivation for the competition is to help create a research community
of practice for the capture and use of legal information.
Please visit the homepage of the bar exam competition.

**** Submissions ****

Papers should be written in English, formatted according to the Springer
Verlag LNCS style in a pdf form, which can be obtained from
http://www.springeronline.com and not exceed 14 pages including figures,
references, etc. If you use a word file, please follow the instruction of
the format, and then convert it into a pdf form and submit it at the paper
submission page. If a paper is accepted, at least one author of the paper
must register the workshop and present it. We strongly encourage an online
registration.

You can submit your paper at
“https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=jurisin2016”.
If you cannot submit a paper by EasyChair System by some trouble, please
send email to:
mnakamur [at] nagoya-u dot jp

**** Invited Speakers ****

TBA

**** Proceedings ****

A printed volume of the proceedings with ISBN will be available at the
workshop.

**** Post Proceedings****

Selected papers will be published as a post-proceedings via Springer
Verlag LNAI after the second round of review after the workshop.
The selected papers of the previous workshops were published as volumes
of LNAI4914(JURISIN 2007), LNAI5447(JURISIN 2008), LNAI6284(JURISIN 2009),
LNAI6797(JURISIN2010), LNAI7258(JURISIN2011), LNAI7856(JURISIN2012),
LNAI8417(JURISIN2013), LNAI9067(JURISIN2014), and TBA (JURISIN2015).

**** Important Dates ****

Submission Deadline: August 26, 2016
Notification: September 26, 2016
Camera Ready Copy due: October 14, 2016
JURISIN 2016: November 14-16, 2016

**** Workshop Chair ****

Makoto Nakamura, Nagoya University, Japan
Seiichiro Sakurai, Meiji Gakuin University, Japan
Katsuhiko Toyama, Nagoya University, Japan

**** Steering Committee Members ****

Takehiko Kasahara, Toin Yokohama University
Makoto Nakamura, Nagoya University, Japan
Katsumi Nitta, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
Seiichiro Sakurai, Meiji Gakuin University, Japan
Ken Satoh, National Institute of Informatics and Sokendai, Japan
Satoshi Tojo, Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology(JAIST), Japan
Katsuhiko Toyama, Nagoya University, Japan

**** Programme Committee Members (Tentative) ****

Thomas Agotnes, University of Bergen, Norway
Guido Governatori, NICTA, Australia
Yoichi Hatsutori, IBM Japan Ltd., Japan
Yoshinobu Kano, Shizuoka University, Japan
Mi-Young Kim, University of Alberta, Canada
Beishui Liao, Zhejiang University, China
Makoto Nakamura, Nagoya University, Japan
Katumi Nitta, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
Paulo Novais, University of Minho, Portugal
Seiichiro Sakurai, Meiji Gakuin University, Japan
Ken Satoh, National Institute of Informatics and Sokendai, Japan
Akira Shimazu, Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology(JAIST), Japan
Satoshi Tojo, Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology(JAIST), Japan
Katsuhiko Toyama, Nagoya University, Japan

**** Home page of JURISIN 2016 ****
http://www.kl.i.is.nagoya-u.ac.jp/jurisin2016/

For any inquiry, please send it to mnakamur [at] nagoya-u dot jp.

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CALL FOR PAPERS Artificial Intelligence for Justice (AI4J), workshop at ECAI 2016, August 30, 2016, The Hague, The Netherlands

CALL FOR PAPERS

WORKSHOP ON ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE FOR JUSTICE (AI4J)

To be held in conjunction with the 22nd European Conference on Artificial Intelligence (ECAI 2016)

August 30, 2016, The Hague, The Netherlands

http://www.ai.rug.nl/~verheij/AI4J/

SCOPE

Artificial intelligence is currently in the centre of attention of legal professionals. An abundance of startup companies explore the application of AI techniques in the domain of law, and there is even speak of artificially intelligent legal assistants disrupting the legal market space. Factors driving the increased attention for legal AI include:

– Technological breakthroughs in machine learning, natural language processing, ubiquitous computing, data science, and argumentation technology;
– The changing attitude towards technology in the legal domain;
– The much increased availability of legal data on the internet;
– The recent success of AI applications in the private and public domain;
– The success of technology supporting access to law, legal empowerment, and transparency;
– The increased need for norms embedded in technology (autonomous driving and warfare, big data analysis for crime fighting and counterterrorism).

The workshop is held as part of ECAI 2016 in The Hague, the residence of several international courts, such as the International Court of Justice, the Permanent Court of Arbitration, the International Court of Criminal Justice and the United Nations International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia. The workshop’s theme “AI for justice” connects to the ECAI 2016 special topic “AI for human values”.

The aim of this workshop is to investigate opportunities and challenges in AI applied to the law, with a particular focus on the relevance of the recent technological breakthroughs for AI & Law research and for legal practice. Questions addressed include the following:

– How can AI & Law research contribute to improving legal work in, for example, courts, law firms, public administration, police practice and businesses?
– How should AI & Law research change in light of the recent research breakthroughs and technological developments? For example, how can traditional research on legal knowledge bases, legal reasoning and legal argument be combined with data science, machine learning and natural language processing?

The law has been a longstanding application field for AI research. The biannual International conferences on AI & Law (ICAIL) started in 1987, the annual JURIX conferences on Legal Knowledge and information systems in 1988, and the journal Artificial Intelligence and Law was founded in 1992. Many ideas that are currently being commercially developed were first explored by AI & Law researchers, such as legal information retrieval, statistical analysis of legal data, automated contract drafting, automated processing of permit or welfare applications in public administration, and systems for regulatory compliance.

TOPICS OF INTEREST

Some particular topics of relevance to the focus of the workshop are:

– Open data, linked data, big data;
– e-Discovery;
– Legal argument mining;
– Automated contract drafting;
– Computable contracts;
– Decision support for legal, forensic and police practice;
– Computational law.

SUBMISSION AND PUBLICATION

Original research contributions and position papers are invited that address the above questions and topics or other issues relevant for the workshop. We encourage submissions that describe, evaluate or comment on working programs, apps or websites. However, submissions of a more theoretical nature are also welcome. Papers should be of maximally 8 pages (position papers maximally 4 pages) and formatted in the ECAI submission format.

Accepted papers will be included in the workshop proceedings, which will be distributed electronically together with the ECAI conference proceedings. Moreover, authors of a selection of papers will be invited to submit an extended version of their paper to a special issue of the journal Artificial Intelligence and Law devoted to the workshop’s theme. (The submissions to the special issue will be subject to another reviewing and selection process.)

WORKSHOP CHAIRS

Floris Bex (Utrecht University, The Netherlands)
Tom van Engers (University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
Henry Prakken (University of Groningen & Utrecht University, The Netherlands)
Bart Verheij (University of Groningen, The Netherlands)

PROGRAMME COMMITEE (to be extended)

Kevin Ashley, University of Pittsburgh, USA
Katie Atkinson, University of Liverpool, UK
Trevor Bench-Capon, University of Liverpool, UK
Karl Branting, The MITRE Corporation, USA
Jack Conrad, Thomson Reuters, USA
Enrico Francesconi, CNR – ITTIG, Italy
Tom Gordon, Fraunhofer FOKUS, Germany
Guido Governatori, NICTA, Australia
Matthias Grabmair, Carnegie Mellon University, USA
Jeroen Keppens, King’s College London, UK
David Lewis, Chicago, USA
Dory Reiling, Court of Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Erich Schweighofer, University of Vienna, Austria
Jaap van den Herik, Leiden University, The Netherlands
Serena Villata, INRIA Sophia Antipolis, France
Radboud Winkels, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Adam Wyner, University of Aberdeen, UK

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CALL FOR PAPERS: ECAI 2016, The Hague; theme: “AI for human values”

CALL FOR PAPERS: ECAI 2016

22nd European Conference on Artificial Intelligence – ECAI 2016 ( www.ecai2016.org )
29 August 2
September 2016, The Hague, The Netherlands

The biennial European Conference on Artificial Intelligence (ECAI) is Europe’s premier venue for presenting scientific results in AI. Under the general theme of “AI for human values”, the 22nd edition of ECAI will be held in the city of The Hague, in sight the Peace Palace, seat of the International Court of Justice, a location highly appropriate to the conference theme. The conference dates are 29 August – 2 September 2016, with the workshops taking place on 29 and 30
August.
We invite the submission of papers for the technical programme of the 2016 European Conference on Artificial Intelligence (ECAI 2016). High quality
original submissions are welcome from all areas of Artificial Intelligence. The following list of topics is indicative; other topics are welcome.

·         Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems

•        Constraints, Satisfiability, and Search

•        Knowledge Representation, Reasoning, and Logic

•        Machine Learning and Data Mining

•        Natural Language Processing

•        Planning and Scheduling

•        Robotics, Perception and Vision

•        Uncertainty in AI

•        Web and Knowledge-based

·         Information Systems

•        Cognitive Modeling and Cognitive Architectures

·         Agent-based and integrated systems

·         Multidisciplinary topics relevant to artificial intelligence

ECAI 2016 also welcomes contributions to a special topic: Artificial Intelligence for Human Values, addressing the ethical, legal, and societal impact of AI.

Important dates

•        Paper submission: 15 April 2016 (23:59:59 CET)

•        Author feedback: 29 – 31 May 2016

•        Notification of acceptance/rejection: 7 June 2016

Formatting
Submitted papers must be formatted according to the camera-ready style for ECAI’16 available at http://www.ecai2016.org/content/uploads/2015/10/ecai.tar.gz , and submitted electronically in PDF format through ecai2016.confmaster.net . Authorship is not anonymous.
Papers are allowed eight (8) pages. An additional page containing the list of references is allowed as long as this ninth page contains only references.
Short papers, not exceeding two (2) pages, may be submitted for poster presentation and will be subjected to light review.
Accepted short papers will not be published in the conference proceedings. Over-length submissions will be rejected without review.

Originality
Submissions must be original, and in particular should not previously have been formally published, accepted for publication, or be currently under review. Also, submissions must not be submitted elsewhere during the ECAI 2016 reviewing phase. These restrictions apply to journals and conferences, not to workshops and similar specialized presentations with a limited audience and without archival proceedings.

Submitting and reviewing
All long paper submissions will be subject to peer review by the ECAI 2016 Program Committee, and evaluated on the basis of:

•        significance of contribution

•        originality of contribution

•        relevance to ECAI

•        technical quality

•        presentation quality

•        scholarship
Short paper submissions will be evaluated mostly on the basis of originality and potential impact.
Submission and review of papers for ECAI 2016 will be managed via the ConfMaster system: ecai2016.confmaster.net .

2016 is a uniquely busy year for the AI reviewing community, because of the occurrence of IJCAI, ECAI and AAAI, all within months of each other. In order to ensure continuing high reviewing standards, ECAI will introduce two innovations into the reviewing process this year.
First, ECAI 2016 provides a way to improve the continuity of the reviewing process. In cases where papers were previously rejected by IJCAI2016,
and have been revised for submission to ECAI, the ECAI process will enable authors to upload the IJCAI reviews of their papers and a
response letter explaining changes in the revised submitted version, for consideration during the ECAI reviewing process. This innovation is intended to reduce the “lottery” effect which can happen when revised versions are reviewed by a new team of reviewers.
Second, Senior Programme Committee members will have the power to Summarily Reject a paper if, according to the member’s expert judgment, the paper falls too far below ECAI standards to justify further reviewing effort. This change to the reviewing procedure is intended to reduce the load on the reviewers.
These innovations are being supported by the confmaster system, so authors should follow confmaster instructions on submission of their papers.

Proceedings and presentation
The proceedings of the conference will be published by IOS Press, and made freely available on the IOS website. The chairs of ECAI 2016 are currently in negotiation with a well-known journal to seed a special issue of ECAI papers. The details of this arrangement will be confirmed shortly.
The authors will be responsible for producing camera-ready copies of papers in PDF format, conforming to the ECAI’16 formatting guidelines for inclusion in the published proceedings of the conference. At least one author of each accepted paper is required to attend the conference to present the contribution.

Workshops and events
Separate calls are issued for workshop and tutorial proposals, as well as for contributions to PAIS 2016, the Prestigious Applications of Intelligent Systems conference, and STAIRS 2016, the Starting AI Researcher Symposium.
This year ECAI will host AIckathon, the first hackathon for development of AI apps. Details of this competition, and rules for participation, will be issued separately.

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Jurix 2015: Call for Papers

JURIX 2015

The 28th International Conference on Legal Knowledge and Information Systems

Universidade do Minho Law School, Braga, Portugal
9, 10 and 11 December, 2015
http://jurix2015.di.uminho.pt


 

For more than 25 years, the JURIX conference has provided an international forum for academics and practitioners for the advancement of cutting edge research in the interface between law and computer technology.

The 2015 JURIX conference will take place at the Universidade do Minho Law School, Braga, Portugal, on 9, 10 and 11 December.

As JURIX 2015 approaches, more information will be published on the conference website at http://jurix2015.di.uminho.pt, or distributed via Twitter by @jurixfoundation using the hashtag #jurix15.

The JURIX conferences are held under the auspices of the Dutch Foundation for Legal Knowledge Systems (http://www.jurix.nl).

Keynote Speakers

Luciano Floridi
Professor of Philosophy and Ethics of Information
Oxford Internet Institute
University of Oxford

Kasey Chappelle
Global Privacy Officer and Director of Commercial Compliance
American Express Global Business Travel

Topics

We invite submission of original papers on the advanced management of legal information and knowledge, covering foundations, methods, tools, systems and applications. We welcome submissions belonging to one or more of the following categories:

I – Theory and foundations of AI & Law

Contributions to the theory and foundations of AI & Law. Papers should demonstrate (formal) validity, novelty and significance of the work.

* Theoretical foundations for the use of Artificial Intelligence techniques in the legal domain;
* Interdisciplinary research for the use of Artificial Intelligence techniques in the legal domain;
* Representation languages and formalisms for legal knowledge;
* Models of legal knowledge, including concepts (legal ontologies), rules, cases, principles, values and procedures;
* Models of legal interactions of autonomous agents and digital institutions;
* Formal methods and algorithms for the legal reasoning;
* Formal models of norms, normative systems, and norm-governed societies.

II – Technology of AI & Law

Contributions to the technological advancement of AI & Law. Papers should demonstrate quality, novelty and significance of the work, and evaluate results.

* Technology for expressing the structure and connections of legal texts and rules, including legislative, judicial, administrative acts as well as private documents, such as contracts;
* Technology for expressing the semantics of legal information and knowledge, including legal Open Data;
* Technology for the large scale analysis of legal knowledge and information;
* Technology for the verification and validation of legal knowledge systems;
* Technology for digital-rights management, access policies and authorisation, including issues in social networks;
* Technology for natural language processing and annotation of legal texts;
* Technology for social simulations in the legal domain;
* Technology for information retrieval over large bodies of legal texts;
* Support and methodologies for the acquisition, management or use of legal knowledge, using rules, cases, neural networks, intelligent agents or other methods.

III – Applications of AI & Law

Implementations of AI & Law technology in real world systems. Papers should demonstrate added value, novelty and significance of the work, and if possible, validate the described system and evaluate (potential) impact.

* Support for the production and management of legislation, in agenda setting, policy analysis, drafting, publishing, workflow management, simulation, and monitoring implementation;
* Support for the judiciary, in application of the law, analysis of evidence, management of cases;
* Support for lawyers, in legal reasoning, document drafting, negotiation;
* Support for police and other LEAs activities, in forensic inquiries, search and evaluation of evidence, management of investigations;
* Support for public administration, in applying regulations and managing information;
* Support for business, economic transactions, and other private parties in managing regulatory compliance and compliance of business processes;
* Support for crowdsourcing and crowdfunding in managing regulatory compliance and compliance of business processes;
* Support for data protection in e-Health applications, such as clinical decision support systems or electronic health record management systems;
* Support for private parties in using alternative forms of dispute resolution, particularly on-line;
* Support for education by using legal information systems in a teaching environment.

IV – Other

Any other topic related to the field of Artificial Intelligence and Law.

V – Poster or Demo

A short description of a demo system, or new idea (max. 4 pages). Accepted papers will be offered the opportunity to present during a joint Poster & Demo session with the Doctoral Consortium papers (see below). Authors of demo papers should be willing to share (a screencast of) the demo privately with the reviewers, if so requested.

Paper Submission

The deadline for paper submission is Friday, September 4, 2015 at 23:59 HADT (strict).

The conference proceedings will be published by IOS Press (Amsterdam, Berlin, Oxford, Tokyo, Washington DC) in their series Frontiers in Artificial Intelligence and Applications (FAIA).

Papers are to be submitted through the Easychair Conference Management System,

https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=jurix2015,

in PDF format, should not exceed 10 pages and be formatted using the styles and guidelines in the IOS Press Instructions for Authors (http://www.iospress.nl/service/authors/latex-and-word-tools-for-book-authors/).

Authors are strongly urged to use IOS style sheets, as papers not meeting the publisher’s criteria or exceeding the page limit will not be considered for review, and will be excluded from the proceedings.

Posters & Demos

Authors can submit short descriptions of a system, preliminary results or an innovative idea as a poster or demo paper. Poster and demo papers should not exceed 4 pages when formatted using the the IOS Press Instructions for Authors.

These papers are to be submitted through the Easychair conference management system under either the *Poster* or *Demo* submission category.

Doctoral Consortium

JURIX 2015 will feature a Doctoral Consortium. It will provide graduate students an opportunity to publish short papers, to present posters about their research and to receive feedback and encouragement from the AI and Law community.

A full call for papers for the JURIX 2015 DC will be distributed separately.

The deadline for Doctoral Consortium submissions is Friday, 25 September 2015.

Best Student Paper Award

A best student paper award will be awarded.

Workshops & Tutorials

Proposals for tutorials and workshops are invited and strongly encouraged. All proposals, including a short description of the topic, should be sent to the Program Chair by email.

The deadline for workshop & tutorial proposals is Friday, 11 September 2015.

Program Committee

Francisco Andrade, Universidade do Minho
Michał Araszkiewicz, Jagiellonian University
Kevin Ashley, University of Pittsburgh
Katie Atkinson, University of Liverpool
Trevor Bench-Capon, University of Liverpool
Floris Bex, Utrecht University
Thomas Bruce, Cornell Law School/Legal Information Institute
Pompeu Casanovas, Universitat Autonomá de Barcelona
Jack G. Conrad, Thomson Reuters
Enrico Francesconi, ITTIG-CNR
Roberto Garcia, Universitat de Lleida
Tom Gordon, Fraunhofer FOKUS
Guido Governatori, NICTA Australia
Davide Grossi, University of Liverpool
Rinke Hoekstra, University of Amsterdam/VU University Amsterdam
Joris Hulstijn, Delft University of Technology
John Joergensen, Rutgers University
Jeroen Keppens, King’s College London
Paulo Novais, University of Minho
Monica Palmirani, University of Bologna
Silvio Peroni, University of Bologna and ISTC-CNR
Ginevra Peruginelli, ITTIG-CNR
Wim Peters, University of Sheffield
Marta Poblet, RMIT University
Radim Polčák, Masaryk University
Henry Prakken, University of Utrecht & University of Groningen
Paulo Quaresma, Universidade de Evora
Regis Riveret, NICTA Australia
Anna Ronkainen, University of Helsinki
Giovanni Sartor, University of Bologna & EUI
Ken Satoh, National Institute of Informatics and Sokendai
Burkhard Schafer, University of Edinburgh
Fernando Schapachnik, Universidad de Buenos Aires
Jodi Schneider, INRIA
Erich Schweighofer, University of Vienna
Harry Silver, LexisNexis
Sarah Sutherland, Canadian Legal Information Institute
Paolo Torroni, University of Bologna
Tom van Engers, University of Amsterdam
Marc van Opijnen, KOOP
Bart Verheij, University of Groningen
Serena Villata, INRIA Sophia Antipolis
Radboud Winkels, University of Amsterdam
Adam Wyner, University of Aberdeen
John Zeleznikow, Victoria University
Tomasz Zurek, Maria Curie-Sklodowska Univeristy in Lublin

Conference Chairs

Program Chair
Antonino Rotolo,
CIRSFID and Department of Legal Studies, University of Bologna, Italy
antonino.rotolo@unibo.it

Local Chair
Francisco Andrade,
Universidade do Minho Law School, Portugal
fandrade@direito.uminho.pt

Local Co-Chair
Paulo Novais
Universidade do Minho, Informatics Department, School of Engineering, Portugal
pjon@di.uminho.pt

Doctoral Consortium Chair
Monica Palmirani,
CIRSFID and Department of Legal Studies, University of Bologna, Italy
monica.palmirani@unibo.it

Organizing Committee
* Francisco Andrade (Chair), Universidade do Minho Law School, Portugal
* Paulo Novais ( Co-Chair), Universidade do Minho Engineering School, Portugal
* Pedro Bacelar de Vasconcelos, Universidade do Minho Law School, Braga, Portugal
* Luis Couto Goncalves, Universidade do Minho Law School, Portugal
* Maria Clara Calheiros, Universidade do Minho Law School, Portugal
* Jose Maia Neves, Universidade do Minho Engineering School, Portugal
* Mario Ferreira Monte, Universidade do Minho Law School, Portugal
* Teresa Coelho Moreira, Universidade do Minho Law School, Portugal
* Joana Aguiar e Silva, Universidade do Minho Law School, Portugal
* Pedro Miguel Freitas, Universidade do Minho Law School, Portugal
* Alexandre Santos, Universidade do Minho Engineering School, Portugal
* Cesar Analide, Universidade do Minho Engineering School, Portugal
* Davide Rua Carneiro, Algoritmi Center, Portugal
* Angelo Costa, Algoritmi Center, Portugal

With the support of CIIDH, Interdisciplinary Center in Human Rights, Justicrime, Lusophone Institute of Criminal Justice ,and ELSA Uminho European Law Students Association

Important Dates

* Paper Submission: 4 September 2015 at 23:59 HADT (strict).
* Poster/Demo Submission: 4 September 2015 at 23:59 HADT (strict).
* Workshops and Tutorials: 11 September 2015
* Doctoral Consortium Papers: 25 September 2015
* Notification of Acceptance: 2 October 2015
* Camera Ready Deadline: 10 October 2015
* Workshops/Tutorials: 9 December 2015
* Main Conference: 10 and 11 December 2015

All submission deadlines close at 23:59 HADT (Hawaii Daylight Saving Time)

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JURIX 2014 Update

JURIX 2014 will take place at Jagiellonian University, Krakow, on December 10, 11 and 12.

Registration

Registration is open at: http://conference.jurix.nl/2014/?page_id=181

The deadline for early registration is November 17

Information about the Program

The first day (December 10) will be devoted to workshops and tutorials and the doctoral consortium:

The last two workshops (CMNA14 and MET-ARG2014) will be held as one full day workshop.

The day will end with a welcome reception (at 19:00)

The JURIX conference itself takes place on the second and third day (December 11 and 12).

The second day will end with the joint poster session and the conference dinner.

Tentative program

Workshops and Tutorials

Time

Title

Duration

9:00

11:00

First Session

2h

CMNA 2014
+
MET-ARG 2014
workshop

SW4Law 2014
workshop

NAiL 2014
workshop

11:00

11:30

Coffee Break

30m

11:30

13:00

Second Session

1h 30m

CMNA 2014
+
MET-ARG 2014
workshop

SW4Law 2014
workshop

NAiL 2014
workshop

13:00

14:00

Lunch

1h

14:00

15:00

Third Session

1h

CMNA 2014
+
MET-ARG 2014
workshop

SW4Law 2014
workshop

Formal Models of Balancing in Legal Cases
tutorial

15:00

15:30

Coffee Break

30m

15:30

18:00

Fourth Session

2h 30m

CMNA 2014
+
MET-ARG 2014
workshop

SW4Law 2014
workshop

Formal Models of Balancing in Legal Cases
tutorial

19:00

Welcome Reception

Conference Day 1

Time

Title

Duration

9:00

9:15

Opening

15m

9:15

10:40

Statutory Interpretation

1h 20m

Argumentation Schemes for Statutory Interpretation: A Logical Analysis (full)
Giovanni Sartor, Douglas Walton, Fabrizio Macagno and Antonino Rotolo

30m

Scientia Juris: A Missing Link in the Modelling of Statutory Reasoning (full)
Michał Araszkiewicz

30m

Model of Argument from Social Importance (short)
Tomasz Zurek

20m

10:40

11:10

Coffee Break

30m

11:10

13:00

Argumentation Within and Across Legal Cases

1h 50m

Abstract Dialectical Frameworks for Legal Reasoning (full)
Latifa Alabdulkarim, Katie Atkinson and Trevor Bench-Capon

30m

Extracting Legal Arguments from Forensic Bayesian Networks (full)
Sjoerd T. Timmer, John-Jules Ch. Meyer, Henry Prakken, Silja Renooij and Bart Verheij

30m

Two Faces of Strategic Argumentation in the Law (full)
Guido Governatori, Francesco Olivieri, Antonino Rotolo, Simone Scannapieco and Giovanni Sartor

30m

Managing Motivation at the Workplace Through Negotiation (short)
Davide Carneiro, Paulo Novais, John Zeleznikow, Francisco Andrade and Jose Neves

20m

13:00

14:00

Lunch

1h

14:00

15:00

Invited Talk – Noam Slonim

1h

15:00

15:20

Coffee Break

20m

15:20

17:00

Norms

1h 40m

Analysing Norms with Transition Systems (full)
Trevor Bench-Capon

30m

On the Interactional Meaning of Fundamental Legal Concepts (full)
Giovanni Sileno, Alexander Boer and Tom Van Engers

30m

Extending Contract Automata with Reparations (short)
Gordon Pace, Fernando Schapachnik and Shaun Azzopardi

20m

A model of Air Transport Passenger Incidents and Rights (short)
Víctor Rodríguez Doncel, Cristiana Santos and Pompeu Casanovas

20m

17:00

18:30

Poster Session

1h 30m

20:00

late

Conference Dinner

Conference Day 2

Time

Title

Duration

9:15

11:00

Evidence

1h 40m

Punishments, Rewards, and the Production of Evidence (short)
Alexander Boer

20m

Extracting Scenarios from a Bayesian Network as Explanations for Legal Evidence (full)
Charlotte Vlek, Henry Prakken, Silja Renooij and Bart Verheij

30m

Retrieval and Analysis (1)

Towards Graph-Based and Semantic Search in Legal Information Access Systems (short)
Nada Mimouni, Adeline Nazarenko, Eve Paul and Sylvie Salo

20m

Mining Information from Statutory Texts in Multi-Jurisdictional Settings (full)
Jaromir Savelka, Kevin D. Ashley and Matthias Grabmair

30m

11:00

11:30

Coffee Break

30m

11:30

13:00

Retrieval and Analysis (2)

1h 30m

Towards a Legal Recommender System (full)
Radboud Winkels, Alexander Boer, Bart Vredebregt and Alexander van Someren

30m

Legislation as a complex network: Modeling and analysis over the European Union law (full)
Marios Koniaris, Ioannis Anagnostopoulos and Yannis Vassiliou

30m

Towards Measures of Complexity: Applying Structural and Linguistic Metrics to German Laws (full)
Bernhard Waltl and Florian Matthes

30m

13:00

14:00

Lunch

1h

14:00

15:00

Invited Talk – Pieter Adriaans

1h

15:00

15:30

Coffee Break

30m

15:30

17:15

Legal Data

1h 40m

Facilitating Re-use of Legal Data in Applications—Finnish Law as a Linked Open Data Service (full)
Matias Frosterus, Jouni Tuominen and Eero Hyvönen

30m

Open-Access Grant Data: Towards Meta-Research Innovation (short)
Marta Poblet, Amir Aryani, Kate Caldecott, Timos Sellis and Pompeu Casanovas

20m

Managing the Requirements of the Swiss Federal Legislation using Akoma Ntoso (short)
Monica Palmirani, Fabio Vitali, Albano Bernasconi and Luca Gambazzi

20m

Fighting Organized Crime Through Open Source Intelligence: Regulatory Strategies of the CAPER Project (full)
Pompeu Casanovas, Juan Arraiza, Felipe Melero, Jorge González-Conejero, Gila Molcho and Montse Cuadros

30m

17:15

17:30

Closing Remarks

15m

 

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JURIX 2014: Deadline extended to 12 September, 23:59HADT

The JURIX 2014 deadline has been extended to the 12th of September.

Submissions via https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=jurix2014

We accept research papers (10 pages, IOS style), or short poster/demo papers (4 pages).

Full details can be found on the JURIX 2014 website: http://conference.jurix.nl/2014

Looking forward to your submissions!

Rinke Hoekstra
PC Chair

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JURIX 2014 Call for Papers

We are happy to announce the Call for Papers for JURIX 2014 in Krakow, Poland. The conference website is still under development, but will soon be filled with more information about the venue.

Please spread the word!

http://jurix.nl/conferences/jurix-2014-call-for-papers/
and
http://conference.jurix.nl/2014
or
#jurix2014

Rinke Hoekstra

Krakow

 

Important Dates:

Paper Submission: 5 September, 2014 at 23:55 HADT (strict).
Poster/Demo Submission: 5 September, 2014 at 23:55 HADT (strict).
Workshops and Tutorials: 12 September, 2014
Doctoral Consortium Papers: 26 September, 2014
Notification of Acceptance: 3 October, 2014
Camera Ready Deadline: 10 October, 2014
Workshops/Tutorials: 10 December, 2014
Main Conference: 11 and 12 December, 2014

 

 

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