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1er février 2020

Call for Abstracts

Symposium Algorithmic Law and Society

CALL FOR ABSTRACTS for the Symposium Algorithmic Law and Society co-organized by the Perelman Centre and to be held in Paris on 10 and 11 September 2020.

More information about the submission in attachment.

Conveners & Editors
David Restrepo Amariles, HEC Paris
Pedro Rubim Borges Fortes, UFRJ

David Freeman Engstrom, Stanford University
Cesar A. Hidalgo, Chair at the Artificial and Natural Intelligence Toulouse Institute (ANITI)
Michalis Vazirgiannis, Ecole Polytechnique de Paris

The Perelman Centre, HEC Paris, the Law and Society Review, and the Law and Society Association are issuing a call for original research papers to be presented at the Symposium Algorithmic Law and Society, and to be eventually published in a special issue of the Law and Society Review. The symposium will be held at HEC Paris (France) on Thursday and Friday, September 10-11, 2020.

The organizers welcome applications of technical, conceptual and empirical papers in relation to any field of law (e.g. tax, corporate, compliance, constitutional, administrative, dispute resolution, etc.) analyzing the use of algorithms, machine learning, automation, and other artificial intelligence tools and methods in the legal domain and discussing their impact on society. It covers a broad range of issues such as predictive justice, legal professions, algorithmic decision systems, LegalTech, Online Dispute Resolution aided by AI (ODRAI) , data mining, AI for democracy, data sharing, accountability of algorithms, civil and criminal liability, computation law, and privacy, among others.

The symposium will be organized as a combination of panel discussion, invited talks, and selected submitted works. For non-speakers, registration details will be made available at the website of HEC Paris in March.

Responsable du comité éditorial :

Centre Perelman de l’Université libre de Bruxelles
CP 132 - Av. F. D. Roosevelt 50 - 1050 Bruxelles
Tel. 02/650 38 84 - Fax 02/650 40 07 - e-mail