Conférence Internationale AJC (2021-2022)

The ACT partnership is proud to announce its midterm conference "EMPOWERING LITIGANTS WHILE DISEMPOWERING ABUSE
Conflicting Values in the Development of Legal AI"

 

As part of the conference to be held from March 21 to 23, 2022, the ACT partnership invites doctoral and master's candidates to submit unpublished papers related to the use of artificial intelligence to increase access to justice.

Four students will be invited to participate in a panel discussion moderated by Prof. Dr. Gloria Gonzalez Fuster (Vrije Universiteit Brussel) during the conference. The Cyberjustice Laboratory will cover the travel and accommodation costs for the selected candidates.

Submission Criteria
The paper must be related to technology law and respect the panel topic: the use of artificial intelligence to increase access to justice. It should not be an article that has already been published. The full paper of no more than three pages can be written in French or English. 
All papers must be submitted as PDF files before January 24, 2022, to the following email: deborah.mizrahi@umontreal.ca.

Submitted papers will be subject to a single-blind review process.

Important dates

  • January 24, 2022: Submission deadline
  • February 15, 2022: Notification to candidates
  • March 21 to 23, 2022: Conference
The Autonomy Through Cyberjustice Technologies (ACT) project
The ACT partnership brings together a team of 52 researchers and 45 partners including the world’s leading research centers, litigants and legal professionals, as well as main users and developers of AI for justice in Canada. Unique in the field of research in artificial intelligence and cyberjustice, the ACT partnership aims to put artificial intelligence (AI) at the service of judicial actors to improve the prevention and resolution of conflicts.


This content has been updated on 11/19/2021 at 19 h 18 min.