Call for Papers: JURIX 2010: The 23rd International Conference on Legal Knowledge and Information Systems

A call for papers — with abstract submission deadline of 29 August 2010 and full paper submission deadline of 12 September 2010 5 September 2010 — has been issued for JURIX 2010: The 23rd International Conference on Legal Knowledge and Information Systems, to be held 16-17 December 2010 at the University of Liverpool Department of Computer Science in Liverpool, England, UK.

The submission deadline for tutorials, workshops and demonstration proposals is 19 September 2010.

Papers and proposals are invited on the following topics:

  • “systems supporting lawyers, in legal reasoning, document drafting, negotiation
  • systems supporting the production and management of legislation, in agenda setting, policy analysis, drafting, workflow management, monitoring implementation
  • systems supporting the judiciary, in application of the law, analysis of evidence, management of cases
  • systems supporting police activities, in forensic inquiries, search and evaluation of evidence, management of investigations
  • systems supporting public administration, in applying regulations and managing information
  • systems for the retrieval of legal information
  • systems supporting legal education
  • systems for digital-rights management
  • systems supporting the acquisition, management or use of legal knowledge, using rules, cases, neural networks, intelligent agents or other methods
  • systems supporting alternative dispute resolution, particularly on-line
  • systems and methods to support regulatory compliance and compliance of business processes
  • systems and method to support policies and legal issues for social networks
  • theoretical foundations for the use of Artificial Intelligence in the legal domain
  • models of legal knowledge, including concepts (legal ontologies), rules, cases, principles, values and procedures
  • models of legal inference and argumentation
  • methods for verifying and validating legal knowledge systems
  • methods and techniques for managing legal information in the semantic web
  • methods for managing organizational change when introducing legal knowledge systems
  • XML standards for legal documents, including legislative, judicial, administrative acts as well as private documents, such as contracts
  • methods for modelling the legal interactions of autonomous agents and digital institutions”

For more information, please see the call for papers.

HT Dr. Radboud G. F. Winkels.

[NOTE: This post was last updated on 1 September 2010 to add the extended full paper submission deadline.]

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