The 2016 JURIX conference will take place on the beautiful French Riviera at the University of Nice Sophia Antipolis on 14, 15 and 16 December 2016. We invite submissions of papers (long and short), technology demonstrations and proposals for workshops & tutorials.
Submission Deadline: September 10, 2016 (Extended!)
Individual and organizational actions have social consequences that call for the implementation of recommendations of good conduct at multiple levels of granularity. For instance, government agencies identify transparency as a key value that promotes accountability, public participation, collaboration, and effectiveness. For firms, business ethics and compliance programs are becoming critical and, as the OECD reports, a growing number of firms issue voluntary codes of conduct to express commitment to values like legal compliance, accountability, privacy, and trust.
There will be a special issue of AI and Law journal in memory of Carole Hafner, one of the founding editors of the journal. Papers are requested by 31 May 2016, with a view to publication in the last issue of the current volume. Full details are at http://www.iaail.org/?q=article/call-papers-special-issue-artificial-int...
It would also be helpful if those intending to submit could send the editor (Trevor Bench-Capon: email@example.com) notice of this intention, preferably with a title and an abstract, to help with planning for the reviews.
"Methodologies for Research on Legal Argumentation" will explore the current state of the art in the study legal argumentation which is characterized by the applicability of a great variety of concepts, distinctions, frameworks and methods. Our aim is to provide a venue for the exchange of ideas from different research perspectives, including AI and Law, argumentation theory, and legal theory.