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Event: Bring in the algorithm! The biases of predictive models under scrutiny

While applications resulting from AI techniques continue to diversify, the law could not escape the trend of automating decision-making. This is manifested in particular by the proposition of using predictive models issued from machine learning (ML) techniques to drive future decisions in judiciary contexts… Read More here The event will take place Wed 16 Dec 2020 […]

That’s an Order! The Orders of the CJEU and the Effect of Article 99 RoP on Judicial Cooperation

Abstract The benefits of timely justice and rigorous judicial argument are impossible to overstate and hard to reconcile. In its struggle to deliver both, the Court of Justice of the European Union has initiated several reforms of its procedures. The so-called adjudicating orders arguably achieve the impossible: They fast-track recurring questions while safeguarding legal coherence. […]

The Politics of Law and Courts – call for papers

Dear colleagues, Professor Gunnar Grendstad (Bergen University) and associate professor Anna Wallerman Ghavanini (University of Gothenburg) are convening a workshop on The Politics of Law and Courts at next year’s Nordic Political Science Association (NoPSA) Congress on Iceland. The call for papers is now online, and the deadline is December 15th. I would be very grateful […]

The NoLesLaw Special Issue of the EJLS is published!

The Special Issue of the EJLS is published! Jakob Holtermann, Anne Lise Kjaer, Paivi Leino, Emilia Korkea-aho, Henrik Palmer Olsen and Amalie Frese unpack and scrutinize European Union lawyers, international law, legal knowledge, human rights, and the epistemology of legal empirical research. The special issue is the first output of the NoLesLaw initiative. The exact beginning of the […]

“Network Science & Law” at Sunbelt 2018 – Call for participation

Network Science & Law Session of the XXXVIII Sunbelt Conference https://sunbelt.sites.uu.nl/ *Utrecht, Netherlands, June 26 – July 1, 2018* Submission deadline: February 1, 2018. Scholars from a variety of disciplines increasingly use network analysis to study law and legal institutions. Still, the diversity of methods is overwhelming and the value, which the approach adds to […]

The current call for papers situation

We have had a technical issue with the call to papers we have only recently become aware of. This has involved a number of submitted abstracts not reaching us, and we are unaware which ones. We kindly request you send your abstracts again, if you sent them this week. Please use the email address studio@iaincameron.dk to submit […]