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Collana ITTIG - "Studi e documenti" series
N. 12, 2014

Ginevra Peruginelli, Mario Ragona (eds.)

LEGAL INFORMATICS IN ITALY.
Fifty years of studies, research and experiences

Napoli, Esi, 2014, 700 pp.; ISBN: 978-88-495-2799-5

The Volume is in Italian. The foreword, the abstracts ( ) and the interview content of the Chapter II of the third Section are provided also in English.

Since September 2014 the full text of the book is available Open Access and free, in PDF format.

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Table of contents

full text in Italian Presentation by Daniela Tiscornia
full text in Italian abstract Preface. A "giusliberista", democratic and philosophical computer science  by Luigi Lombardi Vallauri
full text in Italian Foreword  by Ginevra Peruginelli, Mario Ragona

First Section
THE DISCIPLINE

abstract full text in Italian I. Defining legal informatics: a history
Elio Fameli
abstract full text in Italian II. Notions and categories of legal informatics
Giovanni Sartor
abstract full text in Italian III. Legal informatics between discipline and teaching
Giancarlo Taddei Elmi
abstract full text in Italian IV. Teaching legal informatics: the example of the University of Bologna
Cesare Maioli
abstract full text in Italian V. The triennial course of legal informatics at the University of Piemonte Orientale
Mario G. Losano

Second Section
THE ACTORS

abstract full text in Italian I. The Electronic Documentation Centre of the Supreme Court of Cassation
Franco Fiandanese
abstract full text in Italian II. The Institute of Legal Information Theory and Techniques (ITTIG) of CNR. From the automation of legal  documentation to expert systems and legimatics
Elio Fameli, Pietro Mercatali, Mario Ragona, Daniela Tiscornia
abstract full text in Italian III. The Chamber of deputies and legal informatics
Elena Candia, Mario Panizza, Enrico Paradiso
abstract full text in Italian IV. The Senate and the evolution of the parliamentary information system
Carlo Marchetti
abstract full text in Italian V. The CIRSFID and legal informatics
Monica Palmirani
abstract full text in Italian VI. The Institute of Interpretation Theory and of Legal Informatics of "La Sapienza" University
Vittorio Frosini (con una presentazione di T.E. Frosini) 
abstract full text in Italian VII. Implementation in historical and legal domains between legal informatics and digital humanities: the role of the Inter-university Centre for Computing Research on Roman Law (CIR) of the University of Catania
Nicola Palazzolo
abstract full text in Italian VIII. Publishing initiatives and information technologies in the field of computer science and law
Giovanni Pascuzzi
abstract full text in Italian IX. The "Informatica e diritto" International journal: an early publishing experience
Elio Fameli

Third Section
THE INTERNATIONAL VOICES

abstract full text in Italian I. Let there be LITE: a brief history of legal information retrieval
Jon Bing
abstract full text in Italian / English II. Conversations with foreign experts and scholars. Interviews to M. Badeva-Bright, T.R. Bruce, F. Galindo, G. Greenleaf, M. Herberger, J.A. de Oliveira Lima, Y. Matsuura, A.H. Paliwala, P. Petitcollot, D. Poulin, E. Schweighofer, P. Zhang
Ginevra Peruginelli

Fourth Section
THE DEBATE WITHIN THE ITTIG

abstract full text in Italian I. Legal informatics and public administration
Manola Cherubini, Francesco Romano
abstract full text in Italian II. Legal lexicography and information storage and retrieval: tools for legal language comprehension
Maria-Teresa Sagri
abstract full text in Italian III. Natural language processing: models and applications in the legal domain
Fabrizio Turchi
abstract full text in Italian IV. Accessing and understanding law: the role of semantic tools and expert systems
Maria Angela Biasiotti
abstract full text in Italian V. Free access to law: stakeholders and trends
Ginevra Peruginelli
abstract full text in Italian VI. The semantic web and legal knowledge representation
Enrico Francesconi
abstract full text in Italian VII. From legal information to open legal data
Tommaso Agnoloni
abstract full text in Italian VIII. Computational social science, law and legal informatics (towards computational legal science)
Sebastiano Faro
abstract full text in Italian IX. ICT and law: some proposals for the new millennium
Marina Pietrangelo

full text in Italian Afterword. Reflecting on legal informatics: a challenge for politics and society 
by Rosa Maria Di Giorgi

APPENDICES

1. A chronology of legal informatics in Italy
2. Bibliography of key legal informatics works published in Italy
3. List of acronyms
4. Abstracts in Italian
5. The Authors
6. Table of contents and abstracts


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