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Workshops

Thank you for all the amazing projects and ideas you submitted!

We received a considerable number of submissions – too many to include them all in the programme for 16 and 23 June 2020. Therefore we will offer a third day of workshops (free of charge). The date will be fixed based on a survey with all participants on
16 June.

WORKSHOP
How to Include ICT Reviews in Legislative Work

Tuesday, 16 June 2020, 3pm (CEST)

How to improve the legislative process to arrive at provisions suitable for digital applications.

Günther Schefbeck (Chair)

Austrian Parliament

Fotis Fitsilis

Hellenic Parliament

Cecile Guasch

European Commission

Karl Irresberger

Federal Chancellery

WORKSHOP
Automated Legal Education and Grading

Tuesday, 16 June 2020, 3pm (CEST)

Can we use AI tools to better educate and even grade legal exam works?

Prof. Erich Schweighofer (Chair)

University of Vienna

Matthias Grabmair

SINC GmbH

Florina Piroi

Vienna University of Technology

Bernhard Waltl

Liquid Legal Institute e.V.

Prof. Michael Waibel

University of Vienna

WORKSHOP
Data Mining in Legal Context

Tuesday, 16 June 2020, 6.30pm (CEST)

How to extract legal data from legal documents.

Prof. Victor Rodriguez Doncel (Chair)

University of Madrid

Florina Piroi

Vienna University of Technology

Christian Sageder

Cybly GmbH

Michael Waibel

University of Vienna

WORKSHOP
Tools for Contract Negotiations

Tuesday, 16 June 2020, 6.30pm (CEST)

Tools to support the negotiation and execution process for contracts.

Joern Erbguth (Chair)

Consultant

Prof. Erich Schweighofer

University of Vienna

Rory Unsworth

Simplyfire

WORKSHOP
Blockchain and smart contract beyond financial applications

Tuesday, 23 June 2020, 3pm (CEST)

Use cases for blockchain applications in the legal domain.

Prof. Monica Palmirani
(Chair)

University of Bologna

Biagio Distefano

Universities of Vienna and Bologna

Andrea D’Intino

Dyne.org

Alex Puig

Caelum Labs

Luca Cervone

BitNomos

WORKSHOP
Comparative Study Document Automation Tools

Tuesday, 23 June 2020, 3pm (CEST)

Presentation, evaluation and discussion of the results of a study carried out by TU Munich.

Prof. Erich Schweighofer

University of Vienna

Ingo Glaser

Technical University of Munich

Tri Huynh

Technical University of Munich

Okeksandra Klymenko

Technical University of Munich

Legal Process Automation – How can that work?

Tuesday, 23 June 2020, 4.45pm (CEST)

Stefan Eder

Conference Chair

Hans-Peter Fill

University of Fribourgh

Felix Gantner

Consultant

WORKSHOP
Logic Programming in Legal Context

Tuesday, 23 June 2020, 6.30pm (CEST)

Use of logic programming in civil and public law applications.

Prof. em. Robert Kowalski

Imperial College London

Markus Triska

Austrian Ministry for Digital and Economic Affairs

Michael Genesereth

Stanford University

Miguel Calejo

logicalcontracts.com

WORKSHOP
Inclusion of Non-Standard Sources in Legal Searches

Tuesday, 23 June 2020, 6.30pm (CEST)

Legal searches are usually limited to federal/state law – how can we improve on that?

Thomas Menzel

Austrian Ministry for Education, Science and Research

Stephen Caines

Stanford University

Daniel Carvajal

CoronAtlas

Stefan Hasenauer

Benn-Ibler Rechtsanwälte

Christian Sageder

CYBLY GmbH

Gabor Recski

Technical Univeraity of Vienna