European Conference on Legal Computerized Information. Short schedule
The Associations ADIJ and Juriconnexion, with the kind participation and support from the Paris Bar Association and many other French and foreign associations have, the pleasure to annonce
the 3rd European legal e-access conference, 21-23 November 2012
Simultaneous French / English sessions
This Meeting is to be held in France, at the Paris office of Gide Loyrette Nouel law firm on November 21 (15-18h show - sponsors) and at the Paris Bar’s headquarters (2/4 rue de Harlay, Paris 1er (France)) the 22nd and 23rd of November (9h - 17h Symposium).
Symposium - sessions to include:
I - General session: E-Justice: the European portal for Law and Justice
the E-Justice portal, a collaborative space and central platform for the correspondence of Law and Justice between the EU Member States. This session aims to introduce the system’s main principles to attendees. E-Justice: background, roadmap, role of the main contributors, progress made. The session will discuss the current and future role of e-Justice in the emergence of cross-border law as a rule of law operating in all Member States and beyond.
II. Research session: e-Justice portal 3.0 library: the new online tools to research information and legal documents for all national law in all languages.
The new online tools to research information and legal documents in the e-Justice library. Access to legal data is undergoing significant change thanks, mainly, to the uptake of shared technical standards and the creation of tools that aim to facilitate their interoperability within the European Union. Additionally, the harmonisation of the rules and practices in terms of the re-use of public legal data helps enhance them and develop their dissemination. Finally, recent changes in international private law, under the impetus of international and European institutions, open up borders between national laws and require that their legal actors have better knowledge of neighbouring countries’ laws.
Debate: challenges of the changes in multilingual terminology tools.
III. Technical session: Lawyers 2.0: a collaborative e-Justice
The paperless networks in the European Union: a decisive step in the right direction for collaboration and cooperation between law professionals.
Tests on categories of networks, their usefulness, their uses and users, assessment of their degree of accessibility, their possible hierarchy in relation to one another, their separation from public networks and private bar association networks etc.
IV. Legal session: E-Justice: legal aspects
Reducing the paper trail of procedures in the EU law profession: legal aspects, applications and outlook.
This session will address the legal issues relating to safety, traceability, confidentiality, responsibility, ethics, protection of personal data, archiving (in the Cloud), the validity of the access rights (délégation d’accès) and signature options etc.
This conference is organized with the financial support of:
Wolters Kluwer, Dalloz, Via Sema / Temis, Orange and Lexbase official sponsors,
Legal News, PMB Services, Berger Levrault, ST Group Review Group Trustee, Europresse CDRom / SNI, Copem / BuroClic, Transactive Thomson Reuters, Village of Justice,
Bibliothèque Cujas (public Library),
International Law Firms : Gide Loyrette Nouel, Salans, Baker & McKenzie, Shearman & Sterling ..
Partners (sept. 2012) :