Cyberjustice in times of pandemic

Cyberjustice in times of pandemic

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La cyberjustice en temps de pandémie – UdeM Nouvelles

Actualités

En réponse à la crise sanitaire du COVID-19, Médicys.fr, partenaire du Laboratoire de cyberjustice, lance une nouvelle plateforme gratuite de règlement à l’amiable

The PARLe platform in the latest Joint Technology Committee’s Resource Bulletin on ODR platforms

The PARLe platform in the latest Joint Technology Committee’s Resource Bulletin on ODR platforms

Blogs

La cyberjustice : le remède à une justice en quarantaine ?

Blogs

La prévention et le règlement des différends à travers l’Union européenne : la Commission rend son rapport

Blogs

Le Data Protection Act of 2020 : vers une Agence américaine de protection des données ?

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A Tale of Cyberjustice: A Modern Approach to Technology in the Canadian Justice System

Conference

Du bon usage des algorithmes dans la justice. Vers l’ODRAI ou le règlement en ligne augmenté des conflits

« L’Online Dispute Resolution, un complément indispensable à la justice d'aujourd'hui et de demain »

« L’Online Dispute Resolution, un complément indispensable à la justice d'aujourd'hui et de demain »

The Judges Journal : Here There Be Dragons - The Likely Interaction of Judges with the Artificial Intelligence Ecosystem

The Judges Journal : Here There Be Dragons - The Likely Interaction of Judges with the Artificial Intelligence Ecosystem

Blogs

Ce que 2020 nous réserve en matière de protection des renseignements personnels

Podcast Lexlab - AI, Canada and Lawyers

Podcast Lexlab – IA, Canada et Avocats

The ACT Project in The Lawyer's Daily | Université de Montréal AI initiative seeks to improve access to justice

Le projet AJC dans The Lawyer’s Daily | Université de Montréal AI initiative seeks to improve access to justice

News

Règlement en ligne des litiges : Le Québec sur une voie prometteuse

News

PARLe: An Effective Access to Justice Tool for Consumers

Publication in the Larcier Editions : The Judge and the Algorithm

Publication in the Larcier Editions : The Judge and the Algorithm

Les Petites Affiches - Justice and Algorithms Week - Interview with Prof. Benyekhlef

Les Petites Affiches - Justice and Algorithms - Interview with Prof. Benyekhlef

News

Inauguration of the 3IA Chair

Nomination - Nicolas Vermeys member of the Cybersecurity Advisory Committee

Nomination - Nicolas Vermeys member of the Cybersecurity Advisory Committee

Steering Committee on Justice Efficiencies and Access to the Justice System

Steering Committee on Justice Efficiencies and Access to the Justice System

Prof. Karim Benyekhlef, holder of the Alexandre Koyré Chair of Excellence

Prof. Karim Benyekhlef, holder of the Alexandre Koyré Chair of Excellence

Conference Videos

Artificial Intelligence and Humanity: Annihilation or Integration? presented at McGill University

News

CYBERJUSTICE : TWENTY NEW WORDS FROM LAW VOCABULARY

PARLe

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Cyberjustice in times of pandemic

At a time when the justice system is idling, the Cyberjustice Laboratory is brimming with innovations that are helping to speed up the process here in Canada and in France. Online court hearings, remote mediation, virtual courtrooms: the innovations of the Cyberjustice Laboratory of the Faculty of Law of the Université de Montréal are being […] Read more

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A Tale of Cyberjustice: A Modern Approach to Technology in the Canadian Justice System

The Cyberjustice Lab is pleased to announce the release of its new book "A Tale of Cyberjustice: A Modern Approach to Technology in the Canadian Justice System".  This book traces the life cycle of the Towards Cyberjustice project, from its creation to its completion and continuation with the launch of the Autonomy Through Cyberjustice Technologies (ACT) project. This book is […] Read more

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Video | ACT Project - Research partnership

The Cyberjustice Laboratory is pleased to present you the largest international research project that aims to increase access to justice through artificial intelligence: the ACT research partnership, the empowerment of justice stakeholders through cyberjustice and artificial intelligence. Led by Professor Karim Benyekhlef, Director of the Laboratory, the ACT project is: A multidisciplinary and international partnership […] Read more

News

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La cyberjustice en temps de pandémie – UdeM Nouvelles

This content is not available in the selected language. UdeM Nouvelles Alors que l’appareil judiciaire marche au ralenti, le Laboratoire de cyberjustice de la Faculté de droit de l’UdeM apporte des innovations qui accélèrent les processus au Canada et en France. Audiences en ligne, médiations à distance, tribunaux virtuels: les innovations du Laboratoire de cyberjustice […] Read more

Actualités

En réponse à la crise sanitaire du COVID-19, Médicys.fr, partenaire du Laboratoire de cyberjustice, lance une nouvelle plateforme gratuite de règlement à l’amiable

This content is not available in the selected language. Communiqué de presse Montréal, 1er avril 2020. Médicys – centre de médiation et de règlement à l’amiable des huissiers de justice en France lance avec le Laboratoire de cyberjustice la plateforme urgence-mediation.fr qui sera dédiée à la résolution de litiges survenus durant la période de confinement. […] Read more

Actualités

The PARLe platform in the latest Joint Technology Committee’s Resource Bulletin on ODR platforms

The Joint Technology Committee (JTC) published a bulletin on January 28, 2020, containing various case studies on online dispute resolution (ODR). The committee notes that dozens, if not hundreds, of jurisdictions have implemented online dispute resolution mechanisms. Through seven case studies, it looks at the different possibilities available to courts to apply dispute resolution technology: […] Read more

Blogs

La cyberjustice : le remède à une justice en quarantaine ?

This content is not available in the selected language. Écrit par Karima Smouk, candidate au doctorat et coordonnatrice de la Chaire LexUM en information juridique. À l’heure où la société entière est confrontée à une situation exceptionnelle qui la place dans un coma fonctionnel global, le temps semble parfaitement opportun à une évaluation des grands pans d’un système mal au point. C’est en […] Read more

Blogs

La prévention et le règlement des différends à travers l’Union européenne : la Commission rend son rapport

This content is not available in the selected language. Écrit par Cassandra Larocque-Rigney, auxiliaire de recherche au Laboratoire de cyberjustice – Hiver 2020. En septembre dernier, la Commission européenne a présenté son rapport sur l’application (le « Rapport ») de la Directive relative au règlement extrajudiciaire des litiges de consommation (la « Directive ») et du Règlement relatif au […] Read more

Actualités

NOTICE OF CANCELLATION OF UPCOMING EVENTS

In view of the situation regarding the coronavirus and the measures taken by government and university authorities, the Cyberjustice Laboratory and the LexUM Chair regretfully cancel all future public lectures and activities until further notice. Nevertheless, we intend on postponing most of them, to the extent possible, to a later date. We will keep you […] Read more

Conference

Du bon usage des algorithmes dans la justice. Vers l’ODRAI ou le règlement en ligne augmenté des conflits

This content is not available in the selected language. Dans le cadre du Cycle approfondi d’études judiciaires (CADEJ) « Justice et numérique » offert par l’École nationale de la magistrature (France) aux magistrats en exercice, Karim Benyekhlef a présenté une communication intitulée « Du bon usage des algorithmes dans la justice. Vers l’ODRAI ou le règlement en ligne […] Read more

Conference

CANCELLED - Les robots et le mal

Presentation in french only. The Ethics Research Centre and the Cyberjustice Laboratory are pleased to welcome Alexei Grinbaum—ACT researcher—who will give a presentation entitled “les robots et le mal” which focus on the relationship between humans and digital technologies.   Des robots domestiques se font délateurs, des agents conversationnels injurient leurs interlocuteurs. Pire encore : des […] Read more

AI Workshop

ANNULÉE – Legal Text Analysis using AI | Chapter 3

This content is not available in the selected language. Conférence en anglais seulement Text and language are the core tools of the legal profession. Analyzing and understanding the information contained in textual documents, such as statutes, case law, contracts and doctrine, is one of the most important skill for any person in the legal field. […] Read more

Conference

Ex Machina Lex: The Limits of Law's Computability

Join us for an AI and the Law talk with Dr Christopher Markou, who will consider the consequences of using machine learning to replicate core functions of legal systems. Abstract The use of machine learning (ML) to replicate aspects of legal decision making is already well advanced, with various ‘Legal Tech’ applications being used to model […] Read more

LexUM Chair Conference

ANNULÉE – Disorder in the Court: ODR and the New Opportunities for Access to Justice

This content is not available in the selected language. Dans le cadre de son cycle de conférences 2019-2020 « Démocratie, algorithme et information » qui vous propose de porter un regard critique et multi-disciplinaire sur les enjeux d’une société algorithmique dans laquelle se mêlent une confusion informationnelle et un recours grandissant aux outils algorithmiques pour effectuer diverses […] Read more

Conference

Le rapport Le temps d’agir et la mise à niveau des lois sur les communications : pour une régulation raisonnée des activités se déroulant sur Internet

This content is not available in the selected language. Le Laboratoire de cyberjustice et la Chaire LexUM en information juridique sont heureux de recevoir le professeur Pierre Trudel (Faculté de droit, Université de Montréal) qui nous parlera du Rapport final du Groupe d’examen du cadre législatif en matière de radiodiffusion et de télécommunications publié en […] Read more

LexUM Chair Conference

Increasing access to justice by using artificial intelligence to interpret case law

This content is not available in the selected language. Dans le cadre du cycle de conférences Jeunes chercheurs, la Chaire LexUM en information juridique accueille Hannes Westermann, candidat au doctorat à l’Université de Montréal, qui présentera une conférence qui s’intitule « Increasing access to justice by using artificial intelligence to interpret case law » (En anglais). Read more

AI Workshop

Legal Text Analysis using AI | Chapter 2

This content is not available in the selected language. Conférence en anglais seulement Text and language are the core tools of the legal profession. Analyzing and understanding the information contained in textual documents, such as statutes, case law, contracts and doctrine, is one of the most important skill for any person in the legal field. […] Read more

LexUM Chair Conference

Vers une démocratie algorithmique ?

This content is not available in the selected language. Dans le cadre de son cycle de conférences 2019-2020 « Démocratie, algorithme et information » qui vous propose de porter un regard critique et multi-disciplinaire sur les enjeux d’une société algorithmique dans laquelle se mêlent une confusion informationnelle et un recours grandissant aux outils algorithmiques pour effectuer diverses […] Read more

LexUM Chair Conference

Faux-riginality in an Age of Mass Production: Why Copyright Should Not Protect Machine-Generated Content

As part of the « Conférences Jeunes chercheurs », the LexUM Chair in Legal Information welcomes Sarit Mizrahi, PhD candidate at the University of Ottawa, who will present a lecture entitled "Faux-riginality in an Age of Mass Production: Why Copyright Should Not Protect Machine-Generated Content".   Speaker   Sarit K. Mizrahi is pursuing her Ph.D. […] Read more

News

« L’Online Dispute Resolution, un complément indispensable à la justice d'aujourd'hui et de demain »

Pierre Legros, a former trainee at the Cyberjustice Laboratory, highlights in an article published on Village de la justice, the importance of a better access to justice through the development of online dispute resolution platforms. Available in french only  «Partant du principe qu’une plateforme d’ODR serait accessible en tout temps et en tout lieu, elle […] Read more

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Arrivée de Mark Likhten, avocat, au Laboratoire de cyberjustice

This content is not available in the selected language. Nous avons le plaisir d’annoncer l’arrivée de monsieur Mark Likhten, avocat, au Laboratoire de cyberjustice à l’Université de Montréal. Il s’est joint à l’équipe, sous la responsabilité du professeur Karim Benyekhlef, directeur du Laboratoire, le jeudi  23  janvier 2020. À la suite de l’obtention de son baccalauréat à l’Université de Montréal et après avoir effectué […] Read more

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Workshop : CLAUDETTE : Empowering Consumers through Artificial Intelligence

As part of the AI and the Law Series cycle, Mcgill University is hosting Mr. Przemysław Pałka, who will discuss  the possibility of automating the legal assessment of online consumer contracts in terms of service and privacy policies that a person encounters online thanks to the CLAUDETTE Project.    For more information, click here.    […] Read more

News

Call for abstracts – Revue Criminologie

The Spring 2021 thematic issue will be edited by Rémi Boivin, a professor at the School of Criminology (Université de Montréal) and Annie Gendron, a researcher at the École Nationale de Police du Québec (the provincial police academy). This thematic issue aims to shift this debate from its current emphasis on police work, to a […] Read more

Blogs

Ce que 2020 nous réserve en matière de protection des renseignements personnels

This content is not available in the selected language. Ecrit par Simon Du Perron, auxiliaire de recherche au Laboratoire de cyberjustice – Hiver 2020 2019 fut sans conteste l’année où la question de la protection des données s’est véritablement incrustée dans le débat public.   En juin, le Québec a connu la plus importante fuite de données de son histoire, touchant tous […] Read more

Conference

Intelligence artificielle et données judiciaires

This content is not available in the selected language. Présentation Générées tout au long du processus judiciaire, les données judiciaires sont la base à partir de laquelle l’information judiciaire se construit. L’information judiciaire serait donc une association de données, qui, liées les unes aux autres, sont créatrices de sens. Toutefois, vu leur caractère parfois sensible, […] Read more

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Podcast Lexlab – IA, Canada et Avocats

As part of the "Justice and Algorithms" week, the radio program LexLab made an inventory of AI innovations in Canada and particularly in Quebec. This episode brought together around a table, Pr Karim Benyekhlef - director of the Cyberjustice Laboratory - Pr Gregory Lewkowicz - ACT researcher - as well as Pr Marina Teller to discuss […] Read more

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Le projet AJC dans The Lawyer’s Daily | Université de Montréal AI initiative seeks to improve access to justice

This content is not available in the selected language. Nearly a decade after co-founding Cyberjustice Laboratory, a hub that analyzes the impact of technologies on justice while developing concrete technological tools that are adapted to the reality of justice systems, Karim Benyekhlef and Fabien Gélinas have set their sights on artificial intelligence (AI). Autonomy through […] Read more

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Video | ACT Project - Research partnership

The Cyberjustice Laboratory is pleased to present you the largest international research project that aims to increase access to justice through artificial intelligence: the ACT research partnership, the empowerment of justice stakeholders through cyberjustice and artificial intelligence. Led by Professor Karim Benyekhlef, Director of the Laboratory, the ACT project is: A multidisciplinary and international partnership […] Read more

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Mention of the

Hannes Westermann, member of the Cyberjustice Laboratory, coauthored with Karim Benyekhlef - director of the Laboratory - Jaromir Savelka, Vern R. Walker and Kevin D. Ashley a article intituled "Computer-Assisted Creation of Boolean Search Rules for Text Classification in the Legal Domain" which received the "Best Student Paper Award" mention at Jurix 2019. This is […] Read more

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Call for Abstracts - Symposium Algorithmic Law and Society

Call for Abstracts Deadline February 1, 2020   Conveners & Editors David Restrepo Amariles Pedro Rubim Borges Fortes   HEC Paris, the Law and Society Review, and the Law and Society Association— CRN Law and Development (CRN 52), are issuing a call for original research papers to be presented at the Symposium Algorithmic Law and Society, and to […] Read more

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PARLe: An Effective Access to Justice Tool for Consumers

Press release Assessment of the Consumer Protection Office's online mediation project after 3 years of implementation Quebec City, December 2, 2019 Minister of Justice Sonia LeBel today marked the 3rd anniversary of the "Online Dispute Resolution Platform" (PARLe), an innovative web-based tool that provides courts with an alternative solution to solve consumer problems. Developed by […] Read more

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Inauguration of the 3IA Chair

Prof. Karim Benyekhlef, Director of the Cyberjustice Laboratory and the 2019-2020 Chairholder of the Koyré Chair of Excellence, is currently at the Université Côté d'Azur as part of the "Justice and Algorithms" week organized by the 3IA Côte d'Azur Chair of Excellence.   Program of the 1st day The day began with the recording of a […] Read more

AI Workshop

Legal Text Analysis using AI | Chapter 1

This content is not available in the selected language. Conférence en anglais seulement Text and language are the core tools of the legal profession. Analyzing and understanding the information contained in textual documents, such as statutes, case law, contracts and doctrine, is one of the most important skill for any person in the legal field. […] Read more

News

The 66th edition of ICANN in Montreal

  ICANN is the company that governs the assignment of generic top-level extensions of the Internet. From November 2nd to 7th, the 66th edition of ICANN in Montreal, co-organized by the Cyberjustice Laboratory and in partnership with Rendez-vousMontréal66, was held at the Palais des Congrès.   This forum brings together various local and international speakers […] Read more

News

2019 International ODR Forum

From October 29 to 30, was held the 2019 ODR International Forum hosted by the National Center for Technology and Conflict Resolution in Williamsburg, Virginia. This forum brings together several researchers, each year, who work on issues related to online dispute resolution. For this occasion, a team of researchers from the Cyberjustice Laboratory and the […] Read more

Blogs

Hey Siri, Do I Have Cancer?

 By Charlotte Simard-Zakaïb as part of the Summer School of the Cyberjustice Laboratory in 2019.   One in two Canadians will be diagnosed with cancer during their lifetime, while one in four Canadians will die from it. Early detection of cancer will make it easier to treat and cure, but for most types of cancer, […] Read more

Conference Event

ICANN : The Cyberjustice Laboratory cohost a special event on the Internet governance October 7th, 2019

  Join us for a special preview event to the upcoming 66th public meeting of the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers, cohosted by the Cyberjustice Laboratory and Rendez-vousMontreal66.   Preview Event Details  When: October 7, 2019 at 17:00 – 19:30 Where: Law Faculty of McGill University, 3644 Peel Street, Room NCDH 102 Format: Interactive panel discussion, followed by […] Read more

Conference LexUM Chair Conference

De la démocratie par le droit à la dictature des algorithmes ? La théorie juridique au XXIe siècle

This content is not available in the selected language. Dans le cadre de son cycle de conférences 2019-2020 « Démocratie, algorithme et information » qui vous propose de porter un regard critique et multi-disciplinaire sur les enjeux d’une société algorithmique dans laquelle se mêlent une confusion informationnelle et un recours grandissant aux outils algorithmiques pour effectuer diverses tâches, la […] Read more

Blogs

Two fears that dictate the future of AI

By Florence So   Currently, there exists only two emerging AI superpowers: United States and China. As Kai-Fu Lee points out in his latest book, the recipe for AI success requires four ingredients: AI expertise, government support, data, and entrepreneurial ecosystem. In his opinion, the fundamental cultural differences between the West and the East inform how […] Read more

Conference Videos

Artificial Intelligence and Humanity: Annihilation or Integration? presented at McGill University

  Two weeks ago, Hannes Westermann from the Cyberjustice Laboratory was invited to present at the event “Artificial Intelligence and Humanity: Annihilation or Integration?” as part of the A. Jean de Grandpré Distinguished Speaker Series and the Food for Thought Public Lecture Series. He talked about the impact of Artificial Intelligence on humanity and the […] Read more

News

CYBERJUSTICE : TWENTY NEW WORDS FROM LAW VOCABULARY

The entry into force, on May 25, 2018 throughout the European Union of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) established a new legal framework for the protection of personal data and led the experts of the College Law and Justice in charge of terminology with the French Language Enrichment Commission to define new concepts in […] Read more

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(Podcast) Law and ungraspable standards, which evolution since 1989 ?

  To answer it at the microphone of France Culture, the author of "Digital Justice", Antoine Garapon, receives Benoit Frydman, professor at the Perelman Center of the Université Libre de Bruxelles, which is a partner of the Cyberjustice Laboratory as part of the "Algorithmic Law" project (in french)   https://www.franceculture.fr/emissions/matieres-a-penser/lapres-1989-une-victoire-a-la-pyrrhus-du-droit-45-une-regle-de-droit-remplacee-par-des-normes Read more

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CNESST's online mediation platform

Last March with the Commission des normes, de l’équité, de la santé et de la sécurité au travail (CNESST) to promote online conflict mediation in disputes between employers and non-unionized workers in Quebec. The platform has already taken on its first 42 cases in the midst of the confinement period. A PLATFORM to protect labour […] Read more

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The Condominium Authority Tribunal

Thanks to the PARLe platform, the Condominium Authority Tribunal became in 2017 the first completely online, no-premise tribunal in Canada. This fully digital tribunal has been operating without interruption of service and has continued to deliver its decisions since the beginning of the current health crisis, including two on the 16th and 17th of March respectively. A unique response to the […] Read more

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The OPC-PARLe platform

Since 2016 , the PARLe project of the Office de la protection du consommateur has made it feasible to settle consumer disputes between a consumer and a merchant based in Quebec without a judge. With more than 7800 consumers referred to the platform and a 70% success rate in resolving disputes, the PARLe OPC project has illustrated, long before the current period of confinement, […] Read more

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Launch of the Médicys Platform - www.urgence-mediation.fr.

In response to the COVID-19 health crisis in France, the Centre de médiation Médicys has decided to launch in collaboration with the Cyberjustice Laboratory a free online emergency mediation service on April 1, 2020. As an example, every French tenant or borrower will now be able to negotiate online a staggered payment of their rent […] Read more

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Cyberjustice in times of pandemic

At a time when the justice system is idling, the Cyberjustice Laboratory is brimming with innovations that are helping to speed up the process here in Canada and in France. Online court hearings, remote mediation, virtual courtrooms: the innovations of the Cyberjustice Laboratory of the Faculty of Law of the Université de Montréal are being […] Read more