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

Cyberjustice Laboratory’s director, Karim Benyekhlef, is now the holder of the Alexandre Koyré Chair of Excellence for the year 2019 – 2020, a multidisciplinary chair, located at the University Côte d'Azur, in the field of artificial intelligence and law. Starting November 18th, Professor Benyekhlef will deliver an inaugural lecture entitled "A Short History of the Internet: The Regulation of (by) Technological Artifacts" and will host a series of seminars in 2019 and 2020 on the subjects of online dispute resolution, the use of artificial intelligence in law (predictive justice, algorithmic governance) and platform regulation.

For more information on the chair and the inaugural week :  Click here 





Monday, November 18, 2019


11h-Noon - Sponsorship of the Benyekhlef promotion 2019-2020 - Fablex

Salle du Conseil *


14h-16h - Seminar: "Around Online Dispute Resolution: the question of the connection of the ODR to the judicial process. Towards a privatization of justice? " General presentation by Prof. Benyekhlef; presentation of the PARLe platform; round table with lawyers and engineers.

In partnership with the Nice Bar Association.

Nice Lawyers' House


Tuesday, November 19, 2019


10h-Noon - Launch of the DL4T incubator - Nice Bar "L'IA au service de l'avocat".

Nice Lawyers' House


13h30-16h30 - Case Law Analytics Workshop

With Jacques Levy-Vehel, Dir. Case Law Analytics

Trotabas Co-learning Space *


17h-20h - Inaugural Lecture by Professor Karim Benyekhlef

"A short history of the Internet: the regulation of (by) technological artifacts"

Amphi. 200 *


Wednesday, November 20, 2019


10h-Noon - Predictice Workshop, with Louis Larret-Chahine, Dir. Predictice

Trotabas Co-learning Space *


Thursday, November 21, 2019


9h-Noon - Doctoral morning, room 306bis *


13h30-16h30 - Workshop, modeling and presentation of the tool

With Romain Drosne, Director of

Trotabas Co-learning Space *


18h-20h30 - Seminar: "Justice & Algorithms: Judging and predicting by algorithms? The use of algorithms by legal professionals: cyberjustice and the myth of delegation to machines"

General presentation by Professor Karim Benyekhlef and presentation of the  JusticeBot tool by Mr. Valentin Callipel, Cyberjustice Laboratory, Université de Montréal.

Round table. In partnership with the Nice Bar Association

Mediterranean University Center


Friday, November 22, 2019


9h-Noon - Seminar: "The use of algorithms in public discourse. Freedom of expression and online platforms".

Round table with lawyers and engineers

Amphi. 202 *


14h-16h30 - Lexbase Workshop, workshop on the theme of anonymization of court decisions.

In the presence of Fabrizio Papa Techera, Director Lexbase

Trotabas Co-learning Space *


*Faculty of Law and Political Science



This content has been updated on 06/29/2020 at 13 h 14 min.