Legal Informatics Luxembourg (LuxLI) is a community of researchers, professionals, legal experts, etc., from academia and industry, located in Luxembourg and working in Legal Informatics and related topics. LuxLI joins interdisciplinary academic research and technology transfer to the industry in order to devise novel and advanced legal services. Our mission is Legal Informatics, an area of information science applying informatics within the context of the legal environment and involving law-related organizations such as law offices, courts, and law schools. We are interested in industrial real-world use cases on which applying cutting-edge IT technologies, under the guidance of legal advisors.
Our activities rotate around four main pillars:
The Future of Fintech, The Politics of Technological Innovation in Finance22 OctBelval, Esch-sur-Alzette, Maison des Sciences Humaines, Digital History Lab
The Future of Fintech: The Politics of Technological Innovation in Finance. Chair: Professor David Howarth, Institute of Political Science. The seminar includes two speeches: "The Second Financial Services Revolution?: Open Banking and Fintech in the UK" (Huw Macartney, University of Birmingham & Chris Clarke, University of Warwick) and Technology and the Geo-Politics of SWIFT (Sabine Dörry & Gary Robinson, Luxembourg Institute of Socio-Economic Research (LISER)).
Abstract and more info at this link.
Email Management using NLP and Machine Learning24 OctCampus Belval, Esch-sur-Alzette, Maison du Savoir, Room MSA 3200.
We do rely on email for crucial in-time business decisions, commercial arrangements, operational alignments as well as strategic and long term management directions, changing the courses of industries as a whole. How can we use NLP to process texts written in an email that may include several topics? How can we transform those texts in orders to be redirected to ERP/CRM software? Human operators may generate and realize actions in databases. How will then the machine learn?
You can join the community group and register for the presentation at this link.
Workshop Legal Design as Academic Discipline12 Dec
The workshop “Legal Design as Academic Discipline: Foundations, Methodology, Applications” will take place on December 12, 2018 in Groeningen (Netherlands) during JURIX, the 31st international conference on Legal Knowledge and Information Systems.
Legal Design is an interdisciplinary approach to apply human-centered design to prevent or solve legal problems. It can help to create functional, inclusive and transparent legal documents, services, and systems. Whereas Legal Design is enjoying notable success in the business world, it has not yet been established as an academic discipline.