We are pleased to inform that the Doctoral Consortium session will take place in the afternoon session on December 10, 2014.
The list of accepted papers is as follows:
– Johannes Scharf.
rOWLer – A hybrid rule engine for legal reasoning
– Alessandra Malerba.
Argumentation Schemes as an Effective Tool in Cases of Double Taxation
– Javed Ahmed.
Privacy Protection Model for Online Social Networks
– Cristiana Santos.
Enhancing the Decision Making Process through Relevant Legal Information in Consumer Law Disputes – a Case Study in Air Transport Passenger Rights
– Marco Giacalone.
Alternative Cross-Border Dispute Resolutions, from the Past to New Computational Methods (IT Realities)
– Robert Muthuri, Guido Boella and Joris Hulstijn.
Augmenting Legal Knowledge Management with Model-Based Compliance Patterns.