Presentation ODR and AI at expert group meeting AI and legal decision-making
Jos Hoevenaars was interviewed for the Dutch magazine for the legal profession ‘Het Advocatenblad’ about his insight into the experiences of lawyers who find themselves litigating before the European Court of Justice after their case is referred though a reference for a preliminary ruling. In the interview (freely translated: ‘Court of Justice? Experience Needed!’) he discusses his empirical research among Dutch lawyers and paints a picture of generally overwhelmed professionals scrambling for assistance among EU law scholars, while making the best of their opportunity to plead before the ECJ, often in opposition to a group of well-trained EU law experts appearing on behalf of intervening Member States. His work on the reference procedure highlight the inequality in representation before the ECJ and its potential negative impact on the Court’s caselaw and its national consequences.
Published: May 25, 2018
Xandra Kramer gave a talk at the Expert group meeting on the use of AI in legal decision-making organized by Erlis Themeli on 24 May 2018. It focused on online dispute resolution as a stepping stone to artificial decision-making in the judiciary. Developments at the European level and in the Netherlands were discussed.