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Using Data Science to Study the U.S. Federal District Courts

HEC Paris, S121 - Building S - 1st Floor

Speaker: Charlotte Alexander, Georgia Tech Discussant: Gregory Lewkowicz, ULB - Smart Law Hub  This talk introduces the Systematic Content Analysis of Litigation Events (SCALES) project, a multi-year, multi-institution effort to create a free, publicly accessible archive of federal court records and data from the U.S. district courts. Working with a corpus of millions of docket

“Computational Statutory Reasoning”, Nils Holzenberger (Johns-Hopkins University)

HEC Paris, Room S118 1 Rue de la Libération, Jouy-en-Josas, 78350

Speaker: Nils Holzenberger (Télécom Paris) Discussant: Ken Satoh (Japan NII) Abstract Statutory reasoning is the task of determining how laws apply to a legal case. This is a basic skill for lawyers, and in its computational form, a fundamental task for legal artificial intelligence systems. In this talk, I describe initial steps towards solving computational