Program

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Day 1
14 Dec 2022
Day 2
15 Dec 2022
Day 3
16 Dec 2022

Session 1: Workshops, Tutorial, Doctoral Consortium

On Dec 14th, the time for lunch and coffee breaks will be defined by each specific event

Session 2: Keynote Speech

17:30
Martin Rollinger
Adapting to the age of Legal Tech: The use of artificial intelligence by the German judiciary
18:15-20:30

Reception

Session 4: Argumentation and Legal Reasoning

Chair: Floris Bex
09:00
Trevor Bench-Capon and Tom Gordon
Implementing a Theory of a Legal Domain
09:20
Michał Araszkiewicz
A Hybrid Model of Argument Concerning Preferences Between Statutory Interpretation Canons
09:40
Xinghan Liu, Emiliano Lorini, Antonino Rotolo and Giovanni Sartor
Modelling and Explaining Legal Case-based Reasoners through Classifiers
10:00
Yiwei Lu, Zhe Yu, Yuhui Lin, Burkhard Schafer, Andrew Ireland and Lachlan Urquhart
An Argumentation and Ontology based Legal Support System for AI Vehicle Design
10:15
Trevor Bench-Capon and Bart Verheij
Unpacking arguments
10:30-11:00

Coffee Break

Session 5: Legal Knowledge Extraction I

Chair: Matthias Grabmair
11:00
Ha-Thanh Nguyen, Ken Satoh, Fungwacharakorn Wachara and Fumihito Nishino
A Multi-step Approach in Translating Natural Language into Logical Formula
11:20
Sagar Joshi, Sumanth Balaji, Jerrin Thomas, Aparna Garimella and Vasudeva Varma
Investigating Strategies for Clause Recommendation
PRESENTER: Sagar Joshi
11:40
Hannes Westermann, Jaromir Savelka, Vern Walker, Kevin Ashley and Karim Benyekhlef
Toward an Intelligent Tutoring System for Argument Mining in Legal Texts
12:00
Alessandro Contini, Sebastiano Piccolo, Lucia Lopez Zurita and Urska Sadl
Recognising legal characteristics of the judgments of the European Court of Justice: Difficult but not impossible

Session 6: Keynote Speech

12:15
Paul Nemitz
Is there a future for AI in the Judiciary and under what conditions? (Invited talk)
13:00-14:30

Lunch Break

Session 7: Legal Knowledge Classification

Chair: Victor Rodríguez Doncel
14:30
Charles Condevaux, Bruno Mathis, Sid Ali Mahmoudi, Stéphane Mussard and Guillaume Zambrano
Linking Appellate Judgments to Tribunal Judgments - Benchmarking different ML techniques
14:50
Davide Liga and Monica Palmirani
Transfer Learning for Deontic Rule Classification: the Case Study of the GDPR
PRESENTER: Davide Liga
15:05
Chao-Lin Liu, Hong-Ren Lin, Wei-Zhi Liu and Chieh Yang
Functional Classification of Statements of Chinese Judgment Documents of Civil Cases
15:20
Joseph Blass and Kenneth Forbus
The Illinois Intentional Tort Qualitative Dataset
15:35
Huihui Xu and Kevin Ashley
Multi-granularity Argument Mining in Legal Texts
15:50
Ha-Thanh Nguyen, Ken Satoh, Fumihito Nishino and Megumi Fujita
An Interactive Natural Language Interface for PROLEG
16:00-16:30

Coffee Break

Session 8: Legal Information Management

Chair: Tom van Engers
16:30
Jieh-Sheng Lee
The Effectiveness of Bidirectional Generative Patent Language Models
16:45
Beatriz Esteves, Víctor Rodríguez Doncel and Ricardo Longares
Automating the response to GDPR's Right of Access
17:00
Shidaka Nishioka, Yuto Mori and Ken Satoh
Consumer Dispute Resolution System based on PROLEG
17:10
Tomer Libal
The LegAi Editor: A Tool for the Construction of Legal Knowledge Bases
17:20
Tim van den Belt and Henry Prakken
Measuring the Complexity of Dutch Legislation
17:35
Aarne Ranta, Inari Listenmaa, Jerrold Soh and Meng Weng Wong
An End-to-End Pipeline from Law Text to Logical Formulas
19:30-22:00

Conference dinner

Session 9: Legal Knowledge Extraction II

Chair: Bart Verheij
09:00
Morgan Gray, Jaromir Savelka, Wesley Oliver and Kevin Ashley
Toward Automatically Identifying Legally Relevant Facts
09:20
Olivier Salaün, Aurore Troussel, Sylvain Longhais, Hannes Westermann, Philippe Langlais and Karim Benyekhlef
Conditional Abstractive Summarization of Court Decisions for Laymen and Insights from Human Evaluation
09:40
Federico Galli, Giulia Grundler, Alessia Fidelangeli, Andrea Galassi, Francesca Lagioia, Elena Palmieri, Federico Ruggeri, Giovanni Sartor and Paolo Torroni
Predicting outcomes of Italian VAT decisions
09:55
Bianca Steffes and Piotr Rataj
Legal Text Summarization using Argumentative Structures
10:10
Saran Pandian and Shubham Joshi
Autosuggestion of relevant cases and statutes
10:25-11:00

Coffee Break

Session 10: Legal Knowledge Modeling and Machine Learning

Chair: Kevin Ashley
11:00
Hasan Jamil
Semantic Querying of Knowledge Rich Legal Digital Libraries using Prism
11:20
Jack Mumford, Katie Atkinson and Trevor Bench-Capon
Reasoning with Legal Cases: A Hybrid ADF-ML Approach
11:40
Olivier Salaün, Fabrizio Gotti, Philippe Langlais and Karim Benyekhlef
Why Do Tenants Sue their Landlords? Answers from a Topic Model
12:00
Melissa Zorzanelli Costa, João Paulo A. Almeida and Giancarlo Guizzardi
On Capturing Legal Knowledge in Ontology and Process Models Combined: The Case of an Appeal Process

Session 11: Keynote Speech

12:15
Mireille Hildebrandt
A Typology of Legal Techs: A method to map/compare/assess
13:00-14:30

Lunch Break

Session 12: Deontic logic, defeasible reasoning

Chair: Michał Araszkiewicz
14:30
Guido Governatori, Francesco Olivieri, Antonino Rotolo and Matteo Cristani
Stable Normative Explanations
14:50
Ilaria Canavotto
Precedential constraint derived from inconsistent case bases
15:10
Stefan Chircop, Gordon J. Pace and Gerardo Schneider
An Automata-Based Formalism for Normative Documents with Real-Time
15:25
Peter Fratrič, Giovanni Sileno, Tom Van Engers and Sander Klous
A compression and simulation-based approach to fraud discovery
15:40
Tomasz Zurek, Jonathan Kwik, Mostafa Mohajeriparizi and Tom Van Engers
Can a military autonomous device follow International Humanitarian Law?
15:55
Wachara Fungwacharakorn, Kanae Tsushima and Ken Satoh
Fundamental Revisions on Constraint Hierarchies for Ethical Norms
16:10-16:30

Coffee Break

Session 13: Semantic annotation and legal reasoning

Chair: Reka Markovich
16:30
Tien-Hsuan Wu, Ben Kao, Henry Chan and Michael Mk Cheung
Judgment Tagging and Recommendation Using Pre-trained Language Models and Legal Taxonomy
16:45
María Navas-Loro and Víctor Rodríguez Doncel
WhenTheFact: Extracting events from European legal decisions
17:00
Silvio Peikert, Celia Birle, Jamal Al Qundus, Le Duyen Sandra Vu and Adrian Paschke
Extracting References from German Legal Texts using Named Entity Recognition
17:15
Yi-Tang Huang, Hong-Ren Lin and Chao-Lin Liu
Toward an Integrated Annotation and Inference Platform for Enhancing Justifications for Algorithmically Generated Legal Recommendations and Decisions
17:25
Sid Ali Mahmoudi, Guillaume Zambrano, Charles Condevaux and Stéphane Mussard
Scribe: A Specialized Collaborative Tool for Legal Judgment Annotation