The objective of the legal informatics track is to discuss the application of informatics within the context of the legal environment, relating law-related organisations, such as parliaments or national printing offices, lawyers and law firms, as well as citizens and businesses. This track aims at presenting new approaches, tools, case studies and theoretical frameworks for the creation, processing and publishing of legislation as open data towards citizens, practitioners and administrations. Specific emphasis may be given to legal text mining, legal XML standards and models, legal ontologies, as well as further argumentation and reasoning models and approaches towards more automated legal services and information systems.
#66 - Deep Learning Based Multi-Label Text Classification of UNGA Resolutions by Francesco Sovrano, Monica Palmirani, Fabio Vitali
#77 - Better Access to Law by Codification and Consolidation of Legal Acts. the Case of the Hellenic Law Codification Portal by Antonios Ch. Stasis, Vassiliki Dalakou, Ilias Karakatsanis, Loukia Demiri, Georgia Valatsou, Dimitrios Sarantis
#109 - User-Centric Decision Support System Design in Legal Informatics: A Typology of Users by Shefali Virkar, Charalampos Alexopoulos, Stefania Stavropoulou, Sofia Tsekeridou, Anna-Sophie Novak
#199 - Architecting an Innovative Big Open Legal Data Analytics, Search and Retrieval Platform by Stefania Stavropoulou, Ilias Romas, Sofia Tsekeridou, Michalis Avgerinos Loutsaris, Thomas Lampoltshammer, Lőrinc Thurnay, Shefali Virkar, Guenther Schefbeck, Nektarios Kyriakou, Zoi Lachana, Charalampos Alexopoulos
#210 - Legal Informatics from the Aspect of Interoperability: A Review of Systems Tools and Ontologies by Michalis Avgerinos Loutsaris