Posts Tagged: Criminal law information systems

Legal Informatics Papers @ ECEG 2011

The following legal informatics papers were presented at ECEG 2011: The 11th European Conference on eGovernment, held 16-17 June 2011, at the University of Ljubljana Faculty of Administration, in Ljubljana, Slovenia. (If you know of other legal informatics papers presented at the conference, please feel free to identify them in the comments; click here for… Read more »

Jackson on Court-Provided Trial Technology in Criminal Trials

Professor Sheryl Jackson of the Queensland University of Technology School of Law has published Court-Provided Trial Technology: Efficiency and Fairness for Criminal Trials, 39 Common Law World Review 219-249 (2010) (Issue No. 3). Here is the abstract: In Australia, trials conducted as ‘electronic trials’ have ordinarily run with the assistance of commercial service providers, with… Read more »

Bex on Argument Mapping & Storytelling in Criminal Cases

Dr. Floris Bex of the University of Dundee’s Argumentation Research Group has posted Argument Mapping and Storytelling in Criminal Cases, on the VoxPopuLII Blog, published by the Legal Information Institute at Cornell University Law School. Dr. Bex’s post presents an innovative approach to organizing and analyzing criminal evidence. This new theory combines methods of argument… Read more »