The ICAIL 2015 Doctoral Consortium aims at promoting the exchange of ideas among PhD students in the area of Artificial Intelligence and Law and at providing them an opportunity to interact and receive feedback from leading scholars and experts in the field.
Methodology for Constructing Test Collections using Collaborative Annotation
Processing Named Entities in Legal Text
ODR and a new approach for a win-win E-Justice
International Interactions among Legal Systems and Informal Argumentation
Actualising Compliance Patterns within Compliance Management Workflows
Universal Standards for the Concepts of Fairness, Trust and Security in Online Dispute Resolution in B2C E-disputes
The specific goals of the Doctoral Consortium are to provide:
- fruitful feedback and advice to selected PhD students on their research projects;
- the opportunity to meet experts from different backgrounds working on topics related to the AI & Law and Legal Information Systems fields;
- an opportunity to have a face to face mentoring discussion on the topic and methodology of the PhD with an international senior scholar;
- the opportunity to discuss concerns about research, supervision, the job market, and other career-related issues.
We plan to publish the accepted submissions online in the CEUR Workshop Proceedings Series, see http://ceur-ws.org.
The PC will assign the “Best paper of ICAIL 2015 Doctoral Consortium” Award to the most original, groundbreaking and well presented research.
- Guido Governatori (NICTA, Australia) — Governatori@nicta.com.au
- Monica Palmirani (CIRSFID, University of Bologna, Italy) — email@example.com