The 19th International JURIX conference will be held in Paris (France) from 7-9 December 2006.
7-9th December 2006
Call For Papers
Conference proposal themes will include, but are not limited to, the
following topics and categories:
- Computational models for legal reasoning and
- Case-based legal reasoning, deontic reasoning and
- Automated mediation, negotiation and dispute
- Specialized knowledge representation and logics for
- Dealing with dynamic, incomplete, contradictory or
fragmented sources of legal knowledge
- Semantic Web technologies and knowledge management for
- Legal ontology creation and knowledge extraction
- Document standards and electronic publishing of legal
- Automated semantic indexing, information extraction
and categorization of legal documents
- Natural language processing of legal sources
- Legal discourse modelling and legal reasoning
- Question answering retrieval in law and governmental
- Support systems for citizens and administration in
- Legal electronic agents and their coordination
- Automated contracting
- Mobile support systems of legal services
- Visualization and presentation of legal information
for efficient consultation.
- Artificial intelligence in police and intelligence
- Impact of artificial intelligence on law, legal
procedures and legal institutions
We welcome full papers and workshop/tutorial/demonstration proposals. We
specifically invite contributions on AI and Law in the forensic domain.
Deadline for submission
August 21st 2006
Deadline for submission of
September 4th 2006
Notification of paper acceptance:
October 6th 2006
Camera-ready paper due:
October 15th 2006
December 7th 2006
JURIX 2006 Main Conference:
December 8-9th 2006
You can contact us by sending an email to Tom van Engers (vanEngers@uva.nl).
Conference Web Site
More details are available at the Conference Web site:
Submissions will be judged amongst other things on originality, significance,
correctness, scholarship and clarity.
Submit an electronic version of your paper in Postscript or PDF via the
conference electronic submission system at http://jurix.leibnizcenter.org/. The paper is restricted to 10 pages.
Source files are preferrably made with LaTeX.
Accepted workshop contributions will be published by
Failure to commit to present at the conference automatically excludes a
paper from the proceedings.
Tom van Engers (program chair), Leibniz Center for Law, University
Kevin D. Ashley, University of Pittsburgh, USA
Trevor J.M. Bench-Capon, University of Liverpool, UK