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Digital Justice Lab2021-07-08T15:20:46+02:00
Digital Justice Lab
Digital Justice Lab

The technological progress that is currently being experienced by the digital field is impacting the administration of justice. The increase in conflicts stemming from the use of Internet, namely in e-commerce, has led to the development of private online dispute resolution mechanisms that raise essential questions regarding procedural rights and the ethics of justice. In response, states are gradually digitizing the procedural aspects of disputes by creating online courts.

The field of dispute resolution is also being propelled into the digital realm. The use of algorithms to assist judges in finding dispute solutions is becoming of common use in some jurisdictions. These artificial intelligence (AI) tools also allow the parties’ counsel to anticipate the judge’s decision and thus establish a strategy based on an assessment of the legal and financial risks involved. This technological progress therefore affects the internal structure and function of justice. This is further proven by the natural evolution of digitized justice tending towards the progressive replacement of judges by AI. Justice is therefore about to enter a phase of profound and substantial change.

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Publications in the field of Law

Constantino Ferreira Leonel, La résolution des litiges blockchain – Vers un arbitrage décentralisé ?, Master’s Thesis, University of Neuchâtel, 2021.

Mariot Sandra, Dématérialisation, automatisation et justice prédictive en procédure civile : notions et perspectives, SZZP/RSPC 3/2021, p. 271-282.

Bohnet François/Mariot Sandra, COVID-19 et oralité en procédure civile : Approche critique de l’Ordonnance du 16 avril 2020 instaurant des mesures en lien avec le coronavirus dans le domaine de la justice et du droit procédural, richterzeitung.weblaw.ch, 2020, p. 4-21.

Bohnet François/Mariot Sandra, E-Procès civil en Suisse, Revue de droit suisse (RDS), Vol. 139, 2020, p. 199-222.

Bohnet François/Mariot Sandra, La vidéoconférence et le projet de révision du CPC, Revue suisse de procédure civile (RSPC), 2/2020, p. 179-194.

Publications in the field of Economics and Business

Bergram Kristoffer/Gjerlufsen Toni/Maingot Paul/Bezençon Valéry/Holzer Adrian, Digital nudges for privacy awareness : From consent to informed consent?, (ECIS), 2020.

Moro Arielle/Garbinato Benoît, What are you willing to sacrifice to protect your privacy when using a location-based service ?, Communications in Computer and Information Science (CCIS), 2019, p. 108-132.

Moro Arielle/Garbinato Benoît, A system-level architecture for fine-grained privacy control in location-based services, Acte de Congrès présenté à l’European Dependable Computing Conference (EDCC), 2016.

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Prof. Florence Guillaume
Faculty of Law

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Prof. Minh Son Nguyen
Faculty of Law

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Prof. André Kuhn
Faculty of Law

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Prof. François Bohnet
Faculty of Law

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Prof. Alain Sandoz
Faculty of Science

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Prof. Adrian Holzer
Faculty of Economics and Business

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Dr. Jonathan Bory
Faculty of Law

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Dr. Arielle Moro
Faculty of Economics and Business

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Sven Riva
PhD student, Faculty of Law

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Leonel Ferreira
PhD student, Faculty of Law

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Sandra Mariot
PhD student, Faculty of Law

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Kristoffer Bergram
PhD student, Faculty of Economics and Business

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