Le Laboratoire de cyberjustice recrute un.e auxiliaire de recherche à temps plein (Été 2019)

This content is not available in the selected language. RÉSUMÉ Le Laboratoire de cyberjustice est à la recherche d’un(e) assistant(e) de recherche possédant un intérêt accru pour les nouvelles technologies, l’intelligence artificielle et le droit, pour l’été 2019. Le poste consistera à travailler en collaboration avec l’équipe du Laboratoire sur les projets de recherche du […] Read more


17th International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Law

The Cyberjustice Laboratory presents from 17 to 21 June 2019, the brand-new Conference speaking of Artificial Intelligence, Law and their relations. This event will be the opportunity to develop a serious conversation about the big questions of algorithms legal practice. Therefore, we invite you to consult the Conference's program with this link Ainsi, nous vous […] Read more

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Séminaire de travail à IVADO sur l’outil JusticeBot

This content is not available in the selected language. Aujourd’hui, mercredi 17 avril, le Laboratoire de cyberjustice a tenu un séminaire de travail sur son outil d’intelligence artificielle juridique, le JusticeBot, lors d’un séminaire à IVADO. L’institut de valorisation des données a pour vocation de regrouper professionnels de l’industrie et chercheurs académiques afin de développer une expertise de pointe dans […] Read more


PARLe – CAT Showcased at the FCO-ACCUO Conference

On Tuesday, April 16th, during the Forum of Canadian Ombudsman conference, Ian Darling, chair of the Condominium Authority Tribunal (CAT) will present PARLe – CAT: the Cyberjustice Laboratory’s online dispute resolution platform tailored for the Condominium Authority Ontario’s needs. The platform entails three stages: negotiation, mediation, and adjudication by a judge. The Cyberjustice Laboratory, led […] Read more

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Consultation Workshop on Algorithmic Impact Assessment

The Cyberjustice Laboratory participated in an AI consultation workshop organized by the Treasury Board of Canada, on April 11. The objective of this consultation was to test the Algorithmic Impact Assessment (AIA) tool developed by the Canadian government as part of its Directive on Automated Decision Making. This policy, which came into effect on April […] Read more


Interview with Lea Charbonneau, Former Research Assistant at the Cyberjustice Laboratory

Former research assistant, Lea Charbonneau, express herself about her work at the Cyberjustice Laboratory. In an interview with Martine Boulanger, our Communications Coordinator, the young woman shares her highlights, her impressions and her aspirations regarding the future.  Hello Lea! First of all, could you start by describing your professional journey? Hello Martine! Of course! I […] Read more

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An Open Discussion on Online Dispute Resolution (ODR) as a Public Service

March 28th, 2019 will take place an open discussion regarding Online Dispute Resolution (ODR) as a public service, an initiative from the Cyberjustice Laboratory, the ACT Patnership and the Winkler Institute.  Online dispute resolution (ODR) platforms have seen somewhat of a resurgence in Canada in the last few years with the creation of virtual tribunals […] Read more

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The Cyberjustice Laboratory will be at the conference : Legal Data Mining, Machine Learning and Visualization, in Paris.

The 21st and 22nd of March 2019, the conference Legal Data Mining, Machine Learning, and Visualization will take place in Paris. The event is organised by HEC Paris, the École Polytechnique of Paris and the National Institute of Informatics of Japan. Within their academic partners, we can count both the Cyberjustice Laboratory and the ACT project.  […] Read more