Posts Tagged: Modeling legal rules

Wyner and Peters On Rule Extraction from Regulations

Dr. Adam Wyner of the University of Liverpool Department of Computer Science, and Dr. Wim Peters of the University of Sheffield Department of Computer Science, have posted their paper entitled On Rule Extraction from Regulations, to be presented at JURIX 2011: The 24th International Conference on Legal Knowledge and Information Systems, 14-16 December 2011, in… Read more »

Call for Papers: JURIX Workshop on Fundamental Concepts and Systematization of Law

A call for papers — with submission deadline of 28 October 2011 — has been issued for the JURIX 2011 Workshop on Fundamental Concepts and Systematization of Law, to be held 14 December 2011, in Vienna, Austria. The workshop is being held in connection with JURIX 2011: The 24th International Conference on Legal Knowledge and… Read more »

Call for Papers: MPM 2011: Workshop on Modelling Policy-making

A call for papers — with submission deadline of 24 October 2011 — has been issued for MPM 2011: Workshop on Modelling Policy-making, to be held 12 or 13 December 2011, in Vienna, Austria, in conjunction with JURIX 2011. For MPM 2011, the program committee co-chairs are Dr. Adam Wyner of the University of Liverpool… Read more »

Van Engers and Boer on Public Agility and Change in a Network Environment

Dr. Alexander Boer and Professor Dr. Tom van Engers, both of the Leibniz Center for Law at the University of Amsterdam, have published Public Agility and Change in a Network Environment, JeDEM: Journal of eDemocracy and Open Government, 3(1), 99-117 (2011). Here is the abstract: Preparing for change is increasingly core business for governmental organizations…. Read more »

Poulshock on Legal Knowledge Systems and the Hammurabi Project

Michael Poulshock, Esq., of Stanford University’s CodeX Center for Computers and Law has posted his remarks given at the “Legal Automation” panel at NELIC 2011: The New and Emerging Legal Infrastructures Conference, held 15 April 2011 at the University of California, Berkeley School of Law, Boalt Hall, in Berkeley, California, USA. The post describes Mr…. Read more »

Breaux & Gordon on Regulatory Requirements as Open Systems

Professor Travis D. Breaux of the Carnegie Mellon University Institute for Software Research and David G. Gordon of the Carnegie Mellon University Department of Engineering and Public Policy have posted Regulatory Requirements as Open Systems: Structures, Patterns and Metrics for the Design of Formal Requirements Specifications (2010), CMU-ISR-11-100. Here is the abstract: Increasingly, information systems… Read more »

Call for Papers: Workshop on Modelling Legal Cases and Legal Rules @ JURIX 2010

A call for papers — with submission deadline of 5 November 2010 — has been issued for the 2010 Workshop on Modelling Legal Cases and Legal Rules, to be held 15 December 2010 at the University of Liverpool, in Liverpool, England, UK, in conjunction with JURIX 2010: The 23rd International Conference on Legal Knowledge and… Read more »

Palmirani on Legal Resources Modelling in the Semantic Web for Implementing eGov

Professor Monica Palmirani of Università di Bologna Dipartimento di Scienze Giuridiche «Antonio Cicu» and Centro Interdipartimentale de Ricerca in Storia del Diritto e Informatica Giuridica (CIRSFID) presented a lecture entitled Legal Resources Modelling in the Semantic Web for Implementing eGov on 11 November 2009 at CodeX: The Stanford University Center for Computers and Law, in… Read more »

Boer & van Engers on The Agile Project: Reconciling Agility and Legal Accountability

Dr. Alexander Boer and Professor Dr. Tom van Engers, both of the Leibniz Center for Law at the University of Amsterdam, have published The Agile Project: Reconciling Agility and Legal Accountability, in ICT4JUSTICE 2009: Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on ICT Solutions for Justice, Skopje, FYR Macedonia, September 24, 2009 41-49 (George Eleftherakis and… Read more »