ReMep2021

Sunday, 5 September 2021

05.00pm (CEST)Opening
Review ReMeP 2019 and 2020
05.30pm (CEST)Keynote: Prof. Michael Genesereth
„The Legacy of Hammurabi – Computational law and
its relevance for the future of legal informatics“
followed by Q&A session
07.00pm (CEST)Roundtable chaired by Prof. Giovanni Sartor
„Computational law in practice“

Monday, 6 September 2021

11.00am (CEST)Welcome
11.15am (CEST)Workshop chaired by Prof. Monica Palmirani
„Legal AI in Practice“
01.15pm (CEST)Lunch Break
02.00pm (CEST)Keynote by Assoc. Prof. Victor Rodriguez-Doncel
„How to use legal knowledge graphs in practice“
followed by Q&A session
03.30pm (CEST)Show Case
„Legal knowledge graphs“
by Clair Sullivan, Neo4j and Christian Sageder, Cybly GmbH
04.00pm (CEST)Break
04.15pm (CEST)Roundtable chaired by Prof. Hans-Georg Fill
„Legal knowledge graphs“
06.00pm (CEST)Wrap-up

Tuesday, 7 September 2021

11.00am (CEST)Welcome
11.15am (CEST)Workshop chaired by Prof. Erich Schweighofer
„Computational notation of laws and regulations“
01.15pm (CEST)Lunch Break
02.00pm (CEST)Keynote by Prof. Houman Shadab
„The relevance of low-code / no-code for legal education“
followed by Q&A session
03.30pm (CEST)Show Case
„Low-code / no-code for lawyers“
by Michael Grupp, Bryter
04.00pm (CEST)Break
04.15pm (CEST)Roundtable chaired by Prof. Peter Wahlgren
„Low-code / no-code in practice“
06.00pm (CEST)Wrap-up