Tuesday, January 24, 2006

Conference: Visual and Graphic Representations of Evidence and Inference in Legal Settings

Mark your calendar: Cardozo School of Law will host a conference on

Graphic and Visual Representations of Evidence and Inference in Legal Settings

Dates: January 28-29, 2007.

Venue: Cardozo Law School, Yeshiva University, 55 Fifth Avenue (5th Ave. & 12th St.), New York (Manhattan), New York

Henry Prakken (Utrecht University) is the chair of the program committee; Thomas Cobb (University of Washington) is the deputy chair of the program committee. Peter Tillers is the conference chairman.

Panelists:

  • Thomas D. Cobb (University of Washington School of Law)

  • Philip Dawid (U. College London)

  • Neal Feigenson (Quinnipiac University School of Law)

  • Branden Fitelson (U. of California Â? Berkeley)

  • Tim van Gelder (U. of Melbourne)

  • Thomas F. Gordon (FOKUS [Frauenhofer Institut fuer Offene Kommunikationssysteme]); web log

  • John Josephson (Ohio State University)

  • Marc Lauritsen (CEO, Capstone Practice Systems)

  • Richard Lempert (U. of Michigan Law School & National Science Foundation)

  • Ronald P. Loui (Washington University, St. Louis; Computer Science)

  • Jennifer Mnookin (UCLA School of Law)

  • Dale Nance (Case School of Law)

  • Andrew Palmer (U. of Melbourne, Law)(unconfirmed)

  • Priit Parmakson (Tallinn University, Tallinn, Estonia)

  • John L. Pollock (U. of Arizona)

  • Henry Prakken (Utrecht University & U. Groningen)

  • Chris Reed (U. of Dundee)

  • Burkhard Schafer (U. of Edinburgh, Law School)

  • David Schum (George Mason U.)

  • Richard Sherwin (New York Law School)

  • Samuel Solomon (CEO of DOAR, Inc.)

  • Peter Tillers (Cardozo Law School, Yeshiva University)

  • William Twining (U. College London, Law Faculty & U. of Miami, School of Law)

    Bart Verheij (U. Groningen, Dept. of Artificial Intelligence; ALICE Institute)

  • Vern Walker (Hofstra U. School of Law)

  • Douglas Walton (U. of Winnipeg)
  • The public is invited. There is no registration fee. (However, there will be a modest charge for any lunches or dinners that attendees elect to take at the site of the conference, at Cardozo Law School.)

    Program details will be provided later.

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