The Associations ADIJ and Juriconnexion, with the support of the Paris Bar, are organizing the
Wednesday 21 November 2012
3pm to 7pm: Exhibition open - Free access to the exhibition area, stands of contributors and sponsors - held at at the Cabinet Gide Loyrette Nouel (22 cours Albert 1er, 75008 Paris)
Participating Sponsors & Exhibitors : Wolters Kluwer, Dalloz, Copem, BuroClic, ST Groupe, PMB Services, Lexbase, Via Sema, Berger Levrault, Europresse, CEDROM SNI, Magillem
The conference will be entirely bilingual (English/French)
Under the chairmanship of
Mr Fernando Paulino Pereira, Head of Unit at the General Secretariat of the Council of the European Union and President of the Working Group on Legal Data Processing (e-Law e-Justice).
8.30am: Welcome coffee
9 am - 9.30 am
Welcome speech: Miss Christiane Féral Schuhl, president of the Barreau de Paris
Opening speech: Mr. André Gariazzo, General Secretary of the Ministry of Justice
I - General session / E-Justice: the European portal for Law and Justice
9.30am – 11am: First steps into e-Justice: early works and perspectives
An overview of e-Justice principles and aims by M. Fernando Paulino Pereira (e-Justice: le portail européen du Droit et de la Justice)
A presentation of the e-Justice Portal (History, roadmap, contributors etc.) by Mr. Luc Ferrand (Min. Justice) and Mr. Patrice Platel (SGG)
Illustrated by a few examples:
Cross-border Videoconférencing by Mr. Aki Hietanen, Chief of Information Services at Ministry of Justice, Finland
Legal norms with immediate and direct effect (alimonies): cross-border expansion and its consequences on information research by Mr. Philippe Lortie, First Secretary of The Hague Conference.
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.
11am - 12.30pm: The European normalisation of legal funds and its consequences: towards a single search engine?
ELI-ECLI projects: John Sheridan (UK), Marc Van Opijnen (Pays-Bas) The European Legal Semantic Web: Completed Building Blocks and Future Work, John Dann (Luxembourg) Le Projet ELI : European Legislation Identifier, Pierre Larrède (DILA) Mise en oeuvre d’ECLI.
Institutional repositories and respect of international numeric referencing styles, M. Nicolas Jondet, University of Strathclyde, Scotland, UK
12.30pm – 2pm: Lunch
2pm – 3.30pm: Cross-border legal search and comparative legal information: towards a single database?
Mme Els Breedstraet, EU Publishing Office, EU, Luxembourg (EU law online : a single database ?)
Mr. Sadri Saieb, Swiss Institute of Comparative Law
Mr Francesconi, rep. Miss Ginevra Peruginelli Institute of Legal Information Theory and Techniques ITTIG / Firenze (ITTIG’ papers : legal thesaurus, semantic web, legal drafting)
Mr John Larkin QC, Attorney General for Northern Ireland
Mr Alfred Gass, IFRI, Sarrebrück University Germany
3.30pm – 5pm: Roundtable on the merging of European semantic researches: towards a single thesaurus?
Conducted by Mrs Guiraude Lame, Legal Department, Natixis, France
Mrs Christine Laaboudi-Spoiden, Eurovoc, Publishing Office, EU (EuroVoc & Thesaurus Interoperability Un seul thésaurus?)
Mr Francesconi, rep. Mrs. Ginevra Peruginelli, ITTIG, Italy (ITTIG’ papers : legal thesaurus, semantic web, legal drafting)
Mr. Jamal Rezzouk
Mr. Bernard Corboz, AHJUCAF & Federal Court, Switzerland
Mrs Caroline Reichling, Head of terminological projects, DGTrad, European Union Court of Justice (Vocabulaire juridique multilingue comparé : contribution de la Direction générale de la traduction de la Cour de justice de l’Union européenne)
Mrs Véronique Tauziac, French Ministry of Civil Service, France (article 571)
5.15pm to 7.30pm: cocktail at the Maison du Barreau
III. Technical session / Lawyers 2.0: a collaborative e-Justice
8.30am: Welcome coffee
9am – 10.30am: Review (presentation of the emblematic networks; their hierarchy, interconnections, typology and normative powers)
RPVA (Lawyer Virtual Private Network) Mr. Richard Willemant, Lawyer at the Bar of Paris and at the Bar of Quebec
Various German networks - Mr. Rupert Vogel, Deutsche Gesellschaft für Recht und Informatik, Germany (Social Networks for German Lawyers)
Bailiffs’ European network, by Mr. Gabriel Mecarelli, legal adviser to the Chambre Nationale des Huissiers, France
The French Court of cassation network, Mr. Daniel Barlow, Cour de cassation, France
The Italian Court of cassation network, Mr. Vincenzo di Cerbo, Corte di Cassazione, Italy
Network for Legislative Cooperation between the Ministries of Justice of the European Union (French acronym: RCLUE) (Legicoop Project for the establishment of a "Network for legislative cooperation between the Ministries of Justice of the Member States of the European Union", Mrs Delphine Agoguet, SAEI, Ministry of Justice, France
E Codex, Mr Enrico Francesconi, ITTIG, Italy (ITTIG’ papers : legal thesaurus, semantic web, legal drafting)
11am - 12.30am: Roundtable on the use of virtual networks: are they becoming « Walled Gardens » for users who subscribe, or are they becoming open access networks?
Animator: Mrs Claire Germain, University of Florida, Frederic G. Levin College of Law, USA
Professor Maximilian Herberger, University of Sarrebrück, German legal information Association (IFRI), Germany (to be confirmed)
Mr Jean-Michel Thivel, SGAE, France, Exemple of ’Saphir’, Information dissemination system of the Secretariat General of European Affairs (France)
Mr Jean-Michel Feuvre, Expert and Member of the European Expertise and Expert Institute, representing its President, EU
Mrs Hélène Biais, Lawyer to the barreau de Paris and Brussels, Delegation of the Barreaux de France, Brussels, EU
Mr.Dick Heimans, Deputy head of units at European commission, in charge of e-Justice (European e-Justice portal. New visual identity)
12.30 am - 2 pm: cocktail at the Maison du Barreau
IV. Legal session / E-Justice: legal aspects
Overview of the various European organizations participating in the conference: BIALL, ITTIG, Swiss Institute of Comparative Law, IALL, AALL, DGRI, IFRI, etc.
2pm – 3.30pm: e-Justice - statutory regimes of data and actors
Speaker: Professor Philippe Dupichot, Association Henri Capitant, French speaking area
Mr le Bâtonnier Jean-Jacques Forrer, President of the Delegation of the french Bars in Brussels, EU
Mr Paul Malfait, Product Manager Legal Software, Wolters Kluwer European Software Development Office
Mr Rémi Binet, Wolters Kluwer France
Me Thomas Lapp, Lawyer, Frankfurt, Germany
3.30pm – 5pm: Roundtable conducted by Mr. Fabien Waechter, Chairman, Lexbase Editions
on the proposal for a regulation of the European Parliament and the European Council on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data.
Mr. Thomas Saint-Aubin, Associate Researcher at LNLI, University of Paris I, France
Mrs Loredana Tassone, Lawyer at the Roma Bar, registered at the Strasbourg Bar, CCBE, EU
M. Markus Kern, Holder of a PhD in Law, Assistant Lecturer at the European Law Institute of Freiburg, Switzerland
Mr Lapp, DGRI, Germany
Mrs Nathalie Metallinos, Lawyer at the Paris Bar, France (article 273)