Find in this session all the deliverables and productions of the association Open Law.
In the long term, this space also aims to gather the archives of our past projects and programs.
Enjoy your visit !
Infographic presentation of Legal Design - Dec 2017
Find the infographic of our ThinkLeD * cycle on legal design!
Released during the village of Legaltech on December 7, this document offers a succinct definition of legal design. Legal design strives to create a Law more empathic, ergonomic, focused on the litigant, the user, the client, and open to new skills. For more information, check out our activities of this cycle in the section"our work" !
Restitution of the works undertaken by Open Law during the Village of the Legaltech - 6 & 7 Dec 2017
Find the presentation of the programs that were rendered during the 2nd Legaltech Village for the 2017 edition of the Paris Open Source Summit.
On the agenda :
- Introductory remarks by Benjamin Jean, President of the association
- Think Led* Legal Design
- Train the jurist of tomorrow
- A.I & Law
- Smart Contract Academy
- The Ethical Charter for an Online Law Marketplace and its Actors
New version of the Ethics Charter for an online law market and its actors - Sept 2017 - Dec 2017
The second edition of the LegalTech Village, which took place on December 6 and 7, coorganized with Village de la Justice, was the opportunity to present the evolution of the work and the second version of the Ethical Charter for an Online Law Marketplace and its Actors.
On the scientific coordination, Bertrand Warusfel, Professor at Paris 8 and lawyer registered at the Paris Bar and Célia Zolynski, Professor at the University of Versaille and Vice President of the CNUMM were joined by Pierre Berlioz, Professor at the University Paris-Descartes and former adviser to the Minister of Justice to ensure the drafting and scientific consistency of the text.
- Read second version of the Charter
- Contribute to the online consultation
- Consult the list of signatories
Joined in this presentation by new actors, there is is today nearly 150 signatories of the text who are part of this movement and who have decided to share their practices and engage in a permanent reflexion on the impact of the digital transformation of law on the interests of the litigant.
Booklet "Explorations of the perspectives opened by interprofessionality" - May 2016 - Sept 2017
Set up under Program 4 - Digital Economics of Law, the "Interprofessionality" working group met regularly between May 2016 and September 2017. Several sub-working groups were formed:
Subgroup 1: a market analysis through strategic note produced by SVP on the use case selected for the fictitious END (business transfer)
Subgroup 2: a business model declined in several offers (chapter V) so as to identify the value propositions and the growth levers
Subgroup 3: the marketing and digital strategy of the fictional END "Completis" through the website completis.openlaw.fr
This guide is intended to trace the main phases of the development of this modeling, pointing out the pitfalls avoided or identified by the working group. A number of reflexions and recommendations punctuate the booklet, conceived both as an exploration of the device, a methodological guide and a realistic and pragmatic account of an interprofessional experience.
Survey on digital usages and practical skills of lawyers - April - Sept 2017
Released since April 21, 2017, this questionnaire has collected the testimonies of more than 1200 legal professionals about their practices in terms of legal intelligence, research, project management, and more broadly their digital uses.
Each theme will be the subject of restitution sheets detailing the most relevant results, their analysis elements and why not possible solutions and recommendations.
In the meantime, you have a few weeks left to contribute to this great survey!
Ethical charter for an online law market and its actors - November 2016
Result of 9 months of work between fifty actors and institutions the "Ethical charter for an online law market and its actors today brings together nearly 100 legal actors (Legaltech, law firms, research and bailiffs, corporate lawyers, legal publishers ...) around common values thought in the interest of the litigant.
Find all the information on the genesis, the writing methodology and the signatories of the Charter at the end of the link
White Paper on Open Data Case Law - January 2017
Published at the end of our fifth program dedicated to Open Data Jurisprudentiel (Sept-Dec 2016), this White Paper is composed of three parts:
Presentation of the Open Case Law program;
Presentation of the dissemination channel of court decisions (data, flows, actors and functions);
Presentation of the challenges of Open Data regarding case law.
There are nine recommendations along these pages, for a quality open data, respectful of privacy as an innovation vector improving access to law.
Book of restitution of the program Digital Economy of the Law - December 2016
This booklet summarizes the work done by our members and more than sixty partners between March and December 2016. This pool of transdisciplinary explorers focused on four major challenges:
Ethics and code of conduct ;
Skills and training of the jurist of the future ;
New actors and Interprofessionality ;
eJustice and dematerialization of procedures;
Find all their thoughts, their solutions and their productions in this interactive report!