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Research hub in conflict resolution and data analytics. Creator of - open AI for access to Justice
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Conflict Analytics Lab #CAL Jun 25
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Conflict Analytics Lab #CAL Jun 25
In fact, it seems to create more work for lawyers. Our legal partners have asked to stop sending clients or to add more lawyers :) it seems to attract people that would never talk to a lawyer (probably majority of Canadians).
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Conflict Analytics Lab #CAL Jun 25
does not take your job :) it tries to help employees and SMEs to determine the odds of winning a case. If the user has a case they can retain a lawyer. The system suggests an outcome along with relevant case law and a demand letter with the case law.
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Conflict Analytics Lab #CAL Jun 25
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Research2Reality Jun 11
ICYMI Low- to middle-income workers are often priced out of the justice system. This website lets workers who lost their jobs answer simple questions to get info on their rights and estimate the severance they may be entitled to:
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Conflict Analytics Lab #CAL Jun 11
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Conflict Analytics Lab #CAL Jun 5
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Conflict Analytics Lab #CAL Jun 4
Replying to @samdahan06 @McGill_LJ
This paper is an in depth analysis of the research behind . We are trying to highlight the limitations of when there are inconsistencies in the case law. Dataset and codes are avaible upon request.
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Queen's Law Jun 3
Congratulations to our 2020 graduates!! Today is a special day for us as we take some time to honour and celebrate the work and accomplishments of Law'20. Take a look at some touching messages from and the full list of graduates here:
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Queen's Law Research May 21
's Samuel Dahan and have launched their MyOpenCourt project harnessing AI technology to improve access to legal advice for Canadians. The tool will help workers understand their rights and options especially in regards to .
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Conflict Analytics Lab #CAL May 20
Replying to @RyersonLIZ
Thanks for the tweet
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Conflict Analytics Lab #CAL May 20
is a free platform that helps users to determine notice and determine employment status (employee vs contractor) . Driven by research. See paper
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Conflict Analytics Lab #CAL May 20
Replying to @baassbiz @RyersonLIZ
Thanks
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lisa kerr May 15
Very proud of my colleague and the for this project: free advice on worker rights at this crucial time
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Conflict Analytics Lab #CAL May 14
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Queen's Law Research May 13
Congratulations to the , part of the prestigious INFORMS 2020 UPS George D. Smith Prize awarded to Smith School of Business for its analytics ecosystem.
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Conflict Analytics Lab #CAL May 10
Replying to @samdahan06
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Conflict Analytics Lab #CAL May 10
Many Congratulations to Smith Analytics Ecosystem Lab is honoured to be included in the prestigious 2020 awarded to
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Jeremias Adams-Prassl Apr 29
🚨BREAKING : order in C-692/19 Yodel Delivery. Working Time Dir precludes reclassification of self-employed UNLESS independence fictitious and there’s a relationship of subordination. Details in the thread, my analysis at the end 👇
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Conflict Analytics Lab #CAL Apr 28
Brillant piece on the peace negotiation and conflict resolution process in by @BoshkoStankovski, member of Lab - CAL and fellow at the NATO college of defense.
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