JURIX 2018

The 31st international conference on Legal Knowledge and Information Systems

December 12–14, 2018 in Groningen, The Netherlands

Dates

12 December 2018 Workshops & Tutorials
Doctoral Consortium
Legal Data Analytics Hackathon
 
13 and 14 December 2018     Main conference
 

Invited speakers

Marie-Francine Moens, KU Leuven

Jeroen van den Hoven, Delft University of Technology

Workshops

For more information, see the workshops page.

Accepted papers

Full Papers

Giuseppe Contissa, Koen Docter, Francesca Lagioia, Marco Lippi, Hans-Wolfgang Micklitz, Przemyslaw Palka, Giovanni Sartor and Paolo Torroni
Automating the evaluation of privacy policies under the EU General Data Protection Regulation

Ingo Glaser, Elena Scepankova and Florian Matthes
Classifying Semantic Types of Legal Sentences: Portability of Machine Learning Models

Josef Valvoda, Oliver Ray and Ken Satoh
Using agreement statements to identify majority opinion in UKHL case law

Diego Collarana, Timm Heuss, Jens Lehmann, Ioanna Lytra, Gaurav Maheshwari, Rostislav Nedelchev and Priyansh Trivedi
A Question Answering System on Regulatory Documents

Remi Wieten, Floris Bex, Henry Prakken and Silja Renooij
Exploiting Causality in Constructing Bayesian Network Graphs from Legal Arguments

Sotiris Batsakis, George Baryannis, Guido Governatori, Ilias Tachmazidis and Grigoris Antoniou
Legal Representation and Reasoning in Practice: A Critical Comparison

Ugo Pagallo, Bassi Eleonora, Massimo Durante and Marco Crepaldi
Chronicle of a Clash Foretold: Blockchains and the GDPR's Right to Erasure

Katie Atkinson and Trevor Bench-Capon
Lessons From Implementing Factors with Magnitude

Apoorva Bansal, Zheyuan Bu, Biswajeet Mishra, Silun Wang, Jaromir Savelka, Kevin Ashley and Matthias Grabmair
An Experiment in Automatic Summarization of Trade Secret Misappropriation Cases using Sentence Classification and TextRank Selection

Iosif Angelidis, Ilias Chalkidis and Manolis Koubarakis
Named Entity Recognition, Linking and Generation for Greek Legislation

Monica Palmirani, Cesare Bartolini, Michele Martoni, Livio Robaldo and Arianna Rossi
Legal Ontology for modelling GDPR concepts and norms

Takahiro Yamakoshi, Takahiro Komamizu, Yasuhiro Ogawa and Katsuhiko Toyama
Japanese Legal Term Correction using Random Forests

Monica Palmirani and Guido Governatori
Legal Knowledge Modelling for GDPR Checking Compliance

2Jaromir Savelka and Kevin D Ashley
Segmenting US Court Decisions into Functional and Issue Specific Parts

Shaun Azzopardi, Gordon Pace and Fernando Schapachnik
On Observing Contracts: Deontic Contracts Meet Smart Contracts

Nicola Lettieri, Delfina Malandrino and Alfonso Guarino
E-science heuristics and the law Three analytical platforms for legal research

Armando Stellato, Andrea Turbati, Manuel Fiorelli, Tiziano Lorenzetti, Peter Schmitz, Enrico Francesconi, Najeh Hajlaoui and Brahim Batouche
Towards the Assessment of Gold-Standard Alignments between Legal Thesauri

Roos Slingerland, Alexander Boer and Radboud Winkels
Analysing the Impact of Legal Change through Case Classification

Short Papers

Ahmed Elnaggar, Bernhard Waltl, Ingo Glaser, Jörg Landthaler, Elena Scepankova and Florian Matthes
Stop Illegal Comments: A Multi-Task Deep Learning Approach

Alessandra Cid, Alexandre Rademaker, Bruno Cuconato and Valeria de Paiva
Linguistic Legal Concept Extraction

Arthur Crivella, Wesley Oliver and Morgan Gray
Coding Suspicion

Federico Cerutti, Timothy Norman and Alice Toniolo
A Tool to Highlight Weaknesses andStrengthen Cases: CISpacesorg

Jay Morgan, Adeline Paiement, Monika Seisenberger, Jane Williams and Adam Wyner
A Chatbot Framework for the Children’s Legal Centre

Xin Tian, Yin Fang, Yang Weng, Yawen Luo and Zhu Wang
K-means Clustering for Controversial Issues Merging in Chinese Legal Texts

Heng Zheng, Minghui Xiong and Bart Verheij
Checking the validity of rule-based arguments grounded in cases: a computational approach

Julien Rossi and Evangelos Kanoulas
Query Generation for Patent Retrieval with Keyword Extraction based on Syntactic Features

Maximiliano Budan, Maria Laura Cobo, Diego C Martinez and Antonino Rotolo
Dealing with Qualitative and Quantitative Features in Legal Argumentation

Robert Bevan, Alessandro Torrisi, Katie Atkinson, Danushka Bollegala and Frans Coenen
Efficient and Effective Case Reject-Accept Filtering: A Study Using Machine Learning

Jörg Landthaler, Ingo Glaser and Florian Matthes
Towards Explainable Semantic Text Matching

Oleksii Konashevych and Marta Poblet
Blockchain for Electronic Governance: Is Blockchain Hashing an Effective Method?