Accepted Papers

Full Papers

  • Human Intervention in Automated Decision-Making: Toward the Construction of Contestable Systems
    Marco Almada
  • Reasoning with Legal Cases: Analogy or Rule Application?
    Katie Atkinson & Trevor Bench-Capon
  • Semi-Supervised Methods for Explainable Legal Prediction
    Luther Karl Branting, Craig Pfeifer, Lisa Ferro, Alex Yeh, Bradford Brown, Brandy Weiss, Mark Pfaff & Amarty Chakraborty
  • Exploiting Search Logs to Aid in Training and Automating Infrastructure for Question Answering in Professional Domains
    Filippo Pompili, Jack G. Conrad & Carter Kolbeck
  • Describing the Development of Case Law
    John Henderson & Trevor Bench-Capon
  • Explainable Bayesian Network Query Results via Natural Language Generation Systems
    Jeroen Keppens
  • Substantive Legal Software Quality – A Gathering Storm?
    Marc Lauritsen & Quinten Steenhuis
  • Automated Reasoning in Normative Detachment Structures with Ideal Conditions
    Libal Tomer & Matteo Pascucci
  • Extracting the Gist of Chinese Judgments of the Supreme Court
    Chao-Lin Liu & Kuan-Chun Chen
  • Why Machine Learning Leads to Unfairness in Juvenile Justice: Evidence from Catalonia
    Marius Miron, Songül Tolan, Emilia Gomez & Carlos Castillo
  • Modelling Accrual of Arguments in ASPIC+
    Henry Prakken
  • Improving Sentence Retrieval from Case Law for Statutory Interpretation
    Jaromir Savelka, Huihui Xu & Kevin D. Ashley
  • Magnetdroid: Security-Oriented Analysis for Bridging Privacy and Law for Android Applications
    Emanuele Uliana, Kostas Stathis & Robert Jago
  • Using Factors to Predict and Analyze Landlord-Tenant Decisions to Increase Access to Justice
    Hannes Westermann, Vern R. Walker, Kevin D. Ashley, & Karim Benyekhlef
  • Supporting Discussions about Forensic Bayesian Networks Using Argumentation
    Remi Wieten, Floris Bex, Silja Renooij & Henry Prakken
  • A Regularization Approach to Combining Keywords and Training Data in Technology-Assisted Review
    Eugene Yang, David D. Lewis, Ophir Frieder
  • Automatic Summarization of Legal Decisions Using Iterative Masking of Predictive Sentences
    Linwu Zhong, Ziyi Zhong, Zinian Zhao, Siyuan Wang, Kevin D. Ashley, Matthias Grabmair

Short Papers

  • Norms and Extended Argumentation Frameworks
    Trevor Bench-Capon & Sanjay Modgil
  • Crime Knowledge Extraction: An Ontology-Driven Approach for Detecting Abstract Terms in Case Law Decisions
    Silvana Castano, Mattia Falduti, Alfio Ferrara & Stefano Montanelli
  • A Reliable and Accurate Multiple-Choice Question Answering System For Due Diligence
    Radha Chitta & Alexander Hudek
  • Why Blockchains Need the Law: Secondary Rules as The Missing Piece of Blockchain Governance
    Marco Crepaldi
  • Argument Identification in Public Comments from Erulemaking
    Vlad Eidelman & Brian Grom
  • The Application of ODCM For Building Well-Founded Legal Domain Ontologies: A Case Study in The Domain of Carriage of Goods by Sea Conventions
    Mirna El Ghosh & Habib Abdulrab
  • AI as a Legal Person
    Migle Laukyte
  • Evaluation of Causal Arguments in Law: The Case of Overdetermination
    Ruta Liepina, Giovanni Sartor & Adam Wyner
  • Value Assessment and Revision in Legal Interpretation
    Juliano Maranhao & Giovanni Sartor
  • Artificial Intelligence and Law: What Do People Really Want? Example of A French Multidisciplinary Working Group
    Fabrice Muhlenbach & Isabelle Sayn
  • Modelling Dialogues for Optimal Legislation
    Antonino Rotolo, Guido Governatori, Serena Villata & Regis Riveret
  • Automatic Construction of a Polish Legal Dictionary with Mappings to Extra-Legal Terms Established Via Word Embeddings
    Aleksander Smywiński-Pohl, Krzysztof Wróbel, Karol Lasocki & Marek Strzała
  • Machine Learning for Explaining and Ranking the Most Influential Matters of Law
    Max Raphael Sobroza Marques, Tommaso Bianco, Maxime Roodnejad, Thomas Baduel & Claude Berrou
  • Automated Bundle Pagination Using Machine Learning
    Alessandro Torrisi, Robert Bevan, Katie Atkinson, Danushka Bollegala & Frans Coenen
  • The False, the Former, and the Parish Priest
    Robert van Doesburg & Tom van Engers

Demo Abstracts

  • ADEPT: Automated Directive Extraction from Policy Texts
    Luther Karl Branting, Craig Pfeifer, Carlos Balhana, Alex Lyte, James Finegan, David Shin & Stacy Petersen
  • Adapting Covariate Shift for Legal AI
    Venkata Nagaraju Buddarapu & Arunprasath Shankar
  • Westlaw Edge AI Features Demo: KeyCite Overruling Risk, Litigation Analytics, and WestSearch Plus
    Tonya Custis, Frank Schilder, Tom Vacek, Gayle McElvain & Hector Martinez Alonso
  • Legal Knowledge Representation Using A Faceted Scheme
    Michelle Cumyn, Günter Reiner, Sabine Mas & David Lesieur
  • Towards Computer-Aided Analysis of Readability and Comprehensibility of Patient Information in The Context of Clinical Research Projects
    Ingo Glaser, Georg Bonczek, Jörg Landthaler & Florian Matthes
  • NAI – The Normative Reasoner
    Tomer Libal & Alexander Steen
  • AI-Enabled Litigation Evaluation
    Dennis Paul Michalopoulos, Jessica Jacob & Alfredo Coviello
  • Legal Machine-Learning Analysis: First Steps Towards A.I. Assisted Legal Research
    Wai Yin Mok & Jonathan Rex Mok
  • Facts2Law – Using Deep Learning to Provide a Legal Qualification to a Set of Facts
    Ivan Mokanov, Daniel Shane & Benjamin Cerat
  • User-Friendly Open-Source Case-Based Legal Reasoning
    Jason Patrick Morris
  • Reducing Subjectivity and Bias in an Officer’s Analysis of Suspicion in Drug Interdiction Stops
    Wesley MacNeil Oliver, Arthur Crivella & Morgan Gray
  • Neural Attention Learning for Legal Query Reformulation
    Arunprasath Shankar & Venkata Nagaraju Buddarapu

COLIEE Winner Papers

  • Building Legal Case Retrieval Systems with Lexical Matching and 
    Summarization using A Pre-Trained Phrase Scoring Model
    Vu Tran, Minh Le Nguyen & Ken Satoh
  • Combining Similarity and Transformer Methods for Case Law Entailment
    Juliana Rabelo, Mi-Young Kim & Randy Goebel
  • Statute Law Information Retrieval and Entailment
    Mi-Young Kim, Juliana Rabelo & Randy Goebel

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