Posts Tagged: Leibniz Center for Law

Leibniz Center Publishes All Dutch National Statutes and Regulations on Free Web in XML and RDF

The Leibniz Center for Law at the University of Amsterdam announced yesterday that it has published all Dutch national statutes and regulations, free on the Web, in CEN MetaLex XML and RDF Linked Data, at The MetaLex Document Server. According to Dr. Rinke Hoekstra, the database also includes “the body of regulations that govern the… Read more »

Hoekstra on The MetaLex Document Server: Legal Documents as Versioned Linked Data

Dr. Rinke Hoekstra of the University of Amsterdam’s Leibniz Center for Law has posted slides of a presentation entitled The MetaLex Document Server: Legal Documents as Versioned Linked Data. The slides describe an approach in which regulations from the Wetten.nl site were processed to enable improved public access, re-use, and inclusion of data in the… Read more »

Ph.D. Position: Multi Agent Systems and Public Administration, at Leibniz Center for Law

An announcement respecting a Ph.D. position in multiagent systems has been posted by the Leibniz Center for Law: A PhD position on agent concepts in public administration at the Leibniz Center for Law, University of Amsterdam. The PhD student will work on the design methodology for multi-agent simulations, and address the interesting theoretical questions we… Read more »

De Maat on Teaching the Computer to Read Legal Text

Emile de Maat of the Leibniz Center for Law at the University of Amsterdam has posted Teaching the Computer to Read Legal Text, on the VoxPopuLII Blog, published by the Legal Information Institute at Cornell University Law School. In his post, Mr. de Maat describes the natural language processing techniques used at the Leibniz Center… Read more »