Posts Tagged: Judicial information systems

Casellas on Legal Ontology Engineering

Dr. Núria Casellas of the Legal Information Institute has published Legal Ontology Engineering: Methodologies, Modelling Trends, and the Ontology of Professional Judicial Knowledge (Springer, 2011) (Law, Governance and Technology Series ; Vol. 3). Here is the publisher’s description: Enabling information interoperability, fostering legal knowledge usability and reuse, enhancing legal information search, in short, formalizing the… Read more »

De Lucena Neto on Lawsuit Automation in Brazil

Professor Dr. Cláudio de Lucena Neto of Universidade Estadual da Paraíba Departamento de Direito Privado presented a paper entitled The [Effects] of Lawsuit Automation in a Labour Court and in a Common Justice Court in the State of Paraíba, Brazil: A Comparative Case Study, at LexInformatica 2011 / CLIT 2011: The 4th Regional Conference on… Read more »

McMillan: Eight Rules of E-Filing

James E. McMillan of the National Center for State Courts has begun a new series of posts on court e-filing systems, entitled Eight Rules of E-Filing, at Court Technology Bulletin. (Click here for Part 2 in the series.) Mr. McMillan explains that in many U.S. court systems, “physical case files” continue to play a prominent… Read more »

Krontiris on Mobile Justice

Kate Krontiris of Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government and the MIT Sloan School of Management — and a member of our community — has released two new posts on the topic of “mobile justice”: Mobile Justice in 500 Words, and On the Many Manifestations of “Mobile Justice,” on her tumblr. In the first post, Ms…. Read more »

McMillan on Trust and Court E-Filing Systems

James E. McMillan of the National Center for State Courts has published two new posts about judicial e-filing systems: Trust and E-Filing, Court Technology Bulletin, 7 May 2011; E-Filing / E-Reader Notes, Court Technology Bulletin, 14 May 2011. Mr. McMillan’s post, E-Filing / E-Reader Notes, cites a recent article on e-briefs in Texas state appellate… Read more »

Velicogna et al. on e-Justice in France: The e-Barreau Experience

Marco Velicogna of IRSIG‐CNR, and Antoine Errera and Stéphane Derlange, both of Tribunal administratif de Paris, have published e-Justice in France: The e-Barreau Experience, Utrecht Law Review, 7(1), 163-187 (2011). Here is the abstract: Recent field research projects in the justice sector have shown how the development of e-justice entails much more than developing, installing… Read more »

Call for Papers: Court Technology Conference CTC 2011

A call for ideas and participation — with submission deadline of 15 February 2011 — has been issued for CTC 2011: The National Center for State Courts’ Court Technology Conference 2011, to be held 4-6 October 2011, in Long Beach, California, USA. According to the call: NCSC invites practitioners, scholars and the private sector to… Read more »