Session 13: Semantic annotation and legal reasoning

Session 13: Semantic annotation and legal reasoning

Chair: Reka Markovich
Tien-Hsuan Wu, Ben Kao, Henry Chan and Michael Mk Cheung
Judgment Tagging and Recommendation Using Pre-trained Language Models and Legal Taxonomy
María Navas-Loro and Víctor Rodríguez Doncel
WhenTheFact: Extracting events from European legal decisions
Silvio Peikert, Celia Birle, Jamal Al Qundus, Le Duyen Sandra Vu and Adrian Paschke
Extracting References from German Legal Texts using Named Entity Recognition
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
Sid Ali Mahmoudi, Guillaume Zambrano, Charles Condevaux and Stéphane Mussard
Scribe: A Specialized Collaborative Tool for Legal Judgment Annotation

Session 12: Deontic logic, defeasible reasoning

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

Session 10: Legal Knowledge Modeling and Machine Learning

Chair: Kevin Ashley
Hasan Jamil
Semantic Querying of Knowledge Rich Legal Digital Libraries using Prism
Jack Mumford, Katie Atkinson and Trevor Bench-Capon
Reasoning with Legal Cases: A Hybrid ADF-ML Approach
Olivier Salaün, Fabrizio Gotti, Philippe Langlais and Karim Benyekhlef
Why Do Tenants Sue their Landlords? Answers from a Topic Model
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 9: Legal Knowledge Extraction II

Chair: Bart Verheij
Morgan Gray, Jaromir Savelka, Wesley Oliver and Kevin Ashley
Toward Automatically Identifying Legally Relevant Facts
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
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
Bianca Steffes and Piotr Rataj
Legal Text Summarization using Argumentative Structures
Saran Pandian and Shubham Joshi
Autosuggestion of relevant cases and statutes