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JURISIN-2020 | Call for papers

Call for papers for the Fourteenth International Workshop on Juris-informatics associated with JSAI International Symposia on AI 2020 (IsAI-2020) to be held from the 15th to 17th of November, 2020 in Tokyo, Japan. Due to COVID-19 this event may be  remotely.  Juris-informatics is a new research area which studies legal issues from the perspective of […] Read more

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Nicolas Vermeys et Maria-Fernanda Acevedo Lanas | L’émergence et l’évolution des tribunaux virtuels au Canada – L’exemple de la Plateforme d’aide au règlement des litiges en ligne (PARLe)

Nicolas Vermeys - Assistant Director of the Cyberjustice Laboratory - Maria-Fernanda Acevedo Lanas - Scientific Coordinator at the Cyberjustice Laboratory - explore in this publication the emergence and evolution of virtual courts in Canada by drawing on the work done by the Cyberjustice Laboratory and, in particular, the success of the Platform to Aid in […] Read more

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The Conversation – Covid-19: les dérives possibles de surveillance des données personnelles

Benoit Dupont - ACT researcher - focus in this article published in The Conversation  on the use of personal data to fight against the COVID-19 pandemia.  Available in french only. Afin de retrouver une liberté de mouvement temporairement suspendue et dans le but de protéger les populations contre une deuxième vague d’infection, on voit se mettre […] Read more

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The conversation - Courts are moving to video during coronavirus, but research shows it’s hard to get a fair trial remotely

David Tait and Meredith Rossner - ACT researchers - focus in this article published in The conversation - an online academic journal - on the challenges faced by virtual courts in the current context of the COVID-19 pandemic. In a sense, the courts have been preparing for an outbreak like this for some time. Witnesses […] Read more

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Slaw |“Trial by Zoom” : What Virtual hearings might mean for Open Courts, Participants Privacy and the Integrity of Court Proceedings

Amy Salyzyn -  ACT researcher - writes in this article published on the website Slaw - a Canadian legal blog - about how the pandemic has disrupted the functioning of the judicial system. She paints the picture of how a virtual courts should be, emphasizing the need to provide more transparency, including more access to […] Read more

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En réponse à la crise sanitaire du COVID-19, Médicys.fr, partenaire du Laboratoire de cyberjustice, lance une nouvelle plateforme gratuite de règlement à l’amiable

This content is not available in the selected language. Communiqué de presse Montréal, 1er avril 2020. Médicys – centre de médiation et de règlement à l’amiable des huissiers de justice en France lance avec le Laboratoire de cyberjustice la plateforme urgence-mediation.fr qui sera dédiée à la résolution de litiges survenus durant la période de confinement. […] Read more

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The PARLe platform in the latest Joint Technology Committee’s Resource Bulletin on ODR platforms

The Joint Technology Committee (JTC) published a bulletin on January 28, 2020, containing various case studies on online dispute resolution (ODR). The committee notes that dozens, if not hundreds, of jurisdictions have implemented online dispute resolution mechanisms. Through seven case studies, it looks at the different possibilities available to courts to apply dispute resolution technology: […] Read more

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NOTICE OF CANCELLATION OF UPCOMING EVENTS

In view of the situation regarding the coronavirus and the measures taken by government and university authorities, the Cyberjustice Laboratory and the LexUM Chair regretfully cancel all future public lectures and activities until further notice. Nevertheless, we intend on postponing most of them, to the extent possible, to a later date. We will keep you […] Read more