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CScience IA | Palais de Justice nulle part ?

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OBVIA | Petit guide sur les enjeux et opportunités des applications de notifications d’exposition à la COVID-19

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Projet de loi 64 : une réforme à l’Européenne du droit à la protection des renseignements personnels

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IPIC | Why many more IP Disputes may end up Being Resolved on an Online ADR Platform

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Kelsey R. Ruszkowski et Samuel J. Blanton | Using Remote Technology in Legal Practice: Attorney-Client and Attorney-Staff Relationships

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Jean-François Roberge | Le sentiment de justice. Un concept pertinent pour évaluer la qualité du règlement des différends en ligne ?

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Nicolas Vermeys et Maria-Fernanda Acevedo Lanas | L’émergence et l’évolution des tribunaux virtuels au Canada – L’exemple de la Plateforme d’aide au règlement des litiges en ligne (PARLe)

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The conversation – Covid-19: les dérives possibles de surveillance des données personnelles

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Heather Scheiwe Kulp & Amy J. Schmitz - Real Feedback from Real People: Emphasizing User-Centric Designs for Court ODR

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Amy J. Schmitz - Measuring 'Access to Justice' in the Rush to Digitize

École d’été 2020

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New research funding to put artificial intelligence at the service of judicial actors to promote the rights of tenants and landlords in Quebe

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

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The Laboratory will launch a series of activities in May that will gather the opinions and experiences of legal experts from around the world on the recent events. From ethical issues to crisis management, including analyses of the achievements and failures of technologies in the legal field, the Laboratory will present varied and relevant content […] 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

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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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CScience IA | Palais de Justice nulle part ?

CScience IA - a platform dedicated to current research on Artificial intelligence in Quebec -  higlighted the work of the Cyberjustice Laboratory. The article promoted the success of the PARLe platform and the project JusticeBot with comments from Valentin Callipel - head of mission at the Laboratory and ACT researcher.    PARLe a traité plus […] Read more

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Cybersécurité : comment se protéger, son entreprise et ses clients en respectant les bonnes pratiques et exigences légales

SPeaker : Julien Bois During this web conference, we will have with us Julien Bois, Project Manager and Solution Architect in Identity and Acccess Management. He will provide various useful and practical information to protect themselves, their organisation, or their clients in cybersecurity. Through a legal perspective, he will present such information by doing the […] Read more

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OBVIA | Petit guide sur les enjeux et opportunités des applications de notifications d’exposition à la COVID-19

The International Observatory on the Societal Impacts of AI and Digital - OBVIA - offers a guide to better understand the functioning of the different exposure apps to fight against COVID-19.   Les applications de notifications d’exposition à la COVID-19 proposent des pistes de solutions intéressantes pour endiguer la pandémie avec laquelle nous sommes présentement […] Read more

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Projet de loi 64 : une réforme à l’Européenne du droit à la protection des renseignements personnels

This content is not available in the selected language. Écrit par Simon Du Perron, auxiliaire de recherche au Laboratoire de cyberjustice – Été 2020. La ministre de la Justice Sonia Lebel a déposé vendredi le très attendu Projet de loi n°64, la Loi modernisant des dispositions législatives en matière de protection des renseignements personnels. En conférence […] Read more

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Jean-François Roberge | Le sentiment de justice. Un concept pertinent pour évaluer la qualité du règlement des différends en ligne ?

Jean-François Roberge - ACT researcher - discuss in this publication the concept of sense of justice and it's importance in evaluating the quality of online dispute resolution, particularly through the experience of justice by the users of the online dispute resolution platform - PARLE - in consumer disputes. The sense of justice is a concept […] Read more

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Nicolas Vermeys et Maria-Fernanda Acevedo Lanas | L’émergence et l’évolution des tribunaux virtuels au Canada – L’exemple de la Plateforme d’aide au règlement des litiges en ligne (PARLe)

Nicolas Vermeys - Assistant Director of the Cyberjustice Laboratory - Maria-Fernanda Acevedo Lanas - Scientific Coordinator at the Cyberjustice Laboratory - explore in this publication the emergence and evolution of virtual courts in Canada by drawing on the work done by the Cyberjustice Laboratory and, in particular, the success of the Platform to Aid in […] Read more

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Heather Scheiwe Kulp & Amy J. Schmitz - Real Feedback from Real People: Emphasizing User-Centric Designs for Court ODR

Heather Scheiwe Kulp and Amy J. Schmitz review the standards for the use of Online Dispute Resolution in  courts by questioning users who have experimented the system. As online dispute resolution (ODR) systems become increasingly popular and prevalent, especially for court cases, those of us considering and setting standards for ODR find ourselves wondering what […] Read more