Speakers

Speakers

Alejandra Abal
Warren Agin

LexPredict, LLC Boston College School of Law (U.S.A.)

Contribution: Using Machine Learning to Predict Success Or Failure in Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Cases

Tommaso Agnoloni

CNR - Istituto di Teoria e Tecniche dell'Informazione Giuridica (Italy)

Contribution: Improving Public Access to Legislation Through Legal Citation Detection and Linking: The Linkoln Project at the Italian Senate

Chair of the Session: II.B. Challenges, Opportunities and Limitations in Opening Legal Data

Lorenzo Bacci
Matthew Bell

The National Archives (United Kingdom)

Contribution: Brexit: Meeting the Legal Information Challenge

Frank Bennett

Nagoya University (Japan)

Contribution: Serving the Publics: On Metadata Portability

Giovanni Cattarino
Luca Cervone
Philip Chung
Giuseppe Corasaniti

Sapienza Università di Roma (Italy)

Contribution: L’intelligenza artificiale e il diritto / AI and Law

John Dann
Giulia Del Gamba
François Desseilles
Rosa Maria Di Giorgi
Rossana Ducato

Université Catholique de Louvain and Université Saint-Louis - Bruxelles (Belgium)

Contribution: From Transparency to Terms, and Back Again: A Legal Design Approach

Fernanda Faini
Marie Farge
Gianluigi Fioriglio
Sara Frug

Legal Information Institute, Cornell Law School

Contribution: Analyzing NJDG Data to Improve Access to Justice in Indian Courts

Jean Gasnault
Anikó Gerencsér

Publications Office of the EU (Luxembourg)

Contribution: EU Vocabularies – Facilitating the Linking of Legal Data

Marco Giacalone
Giorgio Giannone Codiglione
Deborah Grbac

Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore di Milano, Biblioteca (Italy)

Contribution: Free Access to United Nations Documents and Publications: Strategies for Navigating a Complex Landscape

Graham Greenleaf

UNSW Australia & AustLII (Australia)

Contribution: Foundations of the Common Law

Nikitas Hatzimihail
Aki Hietanen
Imad Ibrahim

Istituto Dirpolis, Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna, Pisa (Italy)

Contribution: International Environmental Agreements in the Age of Big Data and Algorithms

Václav Janeček
John Joergensen

Rutgers Law School (U.S.A.)

Contribution: Digitization of U.S. Congressional Documents

Tokuyasu Kakuta

Research and Development Initiative, Chuo University (Japan)

Contribution: Legislation Supporting System Based on Legal Computer Programming As SDL (Software Defined Law)

František Kasl
Greg Kempe
Camille Le Douaron

Editions Lefebvre Sarrut (France)

Contribution: Building Common Datasets for Legal AI

Pierre-Paul Lemyre
Nicola Lettieri

INAPP - Istituto Nazionale per l'Analisi delle Politiche Pubbliche, Università del Sannio (Italy)

Contribution: Visualizing Law: Experiences and Perspectives of Legal Visual Analytics

Brunero Liseo

Sapienza Università di Roma (Italy)

Contribution: Information Exchange in the Big Data Era

Sandro Mameli
Jim Mangiafico
Sarah Markiewicz
Patricia Martín-Chozas
Bruno Mathis
François Mestre
Giulio Michetti
Leesi Ebenezer Mitee

Port Harcourt Polytechnic, Rivers State (Nigeria)

Contribution: The State of Free Online Access to Nigerian Public Legal Information

Felipe Moreira

Federal University of Minas Gerais (Brazil)

Contribution: Open Legislative Data and Its Impact on Lobbying

Andrew Mowbray

University of Technology Sydney & AustLII (Australia)

Contribution: Building a Commons of Free Access Legal Expertise: The Roles of LIIs

Makoto Nakamura

Department of Engineering, Niigata Institute of Technology (Japan)

Contribution: Legislation Supporting System Based on Legal Computer Programming As SDL (Software Defined Law)

Janet Odetsi-Twum
Arttu Oksanen

Aalto University, Helsinki Centre for Digital Humanities (University of Helsinki), Edita Publishing Ltd (Finland)

Contribution: Anonymization Service for Finnish Case Law: Opening Data Without Sacrificing Data Protection and Privacy of Citizens

Contribution: Semantic Finlex: Finnish Legislation and Case Law As a Linked Open Data Service

Elena Alina Ontanu

IRSIG-CNR (Italy), Erasmus University Rotterdam (the Netherlands)

Contribution: EU Judicial Procedures and Case Law Databases: What’s Going On and What May Lay Ahead

Jenny Paglia
Monica Palmirani
Lucia Panciera
Fabio Pappalardo
Roberto Pappalardo
Stefano Pietropaoli
Marilena Rizzo
Jonathan Robinson

Deputy Chief Parliamentary Counsel (Director Access to Legislation) (New Zealand)

Contribution: Law As Data: The Implications for Government Law Drafting and Publishing Offices

Víctor Rodríguez-Doncel
Francesco Romeo
Arianna Rossi

Università di Bologna (Italy), University of Luxembourg (Luxembourg)

Contribution: DaPIS: A Machine-readable Data Protection Icon Set

Gianpaolo Maria Ruotolo
Francesco Giuseppe Sacco
Nicolas Sannier
Claudio Sarra
Erich Schweighofer

University of Vienna (Austria)

Contribution: Publication of Law for the Digital Age

Ranbir Singh

Vice-Chancellor, National Law University, Delhi (India)

Contribution: Emancipating Law and Legal Knowledge by Government and Non-State Actors in India

Andrea Stazi
Sarah Sutherland
Arianna Toniolo
Mark Tottenham

Law Library of Ireland, and Stare Decisis Hibernia (Ireland)

Contribution: How to Create an International Encyclopaedia of Case Law

Giuseppe Vaciago
Marc van Opijnen

Publications Office of the Netherlands (UBR|KOOP) (the Netherlands)

Contribution: The EU Council Conclusions on the On-line Publication of Court Decisions

Chair of the Session: IV. Open Judicial Data and Case Law Publication

Kshitiz Verma
Giancarlo Vilella