Events of Note
19th International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Law 2023 (ICAIL 2023)
June 19-23, 2023
Hosted by Universidade do Minho, Braga, Portugal
More Details here
News & Announcements
Meenakshi Balakrishna, Kenneth C. Wilbur, “Do Firearm Markets Comply with Firearm Restrictions? How the Massachusetts Assault Weapons Ban Enforcement Notice Changed Registered Firearm Sales” https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/jels.12307 JELS 19:1 The National Interest
Yair Listokin, Raymond Noonan, “Measuring Lawyer Well-Being Systematically: Evidence from the National Health Interview Survey” JELS 18:1 Reuters
John Donohue, Abhay Aneja, and Kyle Weber, “Right-to-Carry Laws and Violent Crime: A Comprehensive Assessment Using Panel Data and a State-Level Synthetic Control Analysis” JELS 16:2 Gotham News, Buzz Feed News, Washington Post, Seattle Times
Jean Braucher, Dov Cohen, Robert M. Lawless, “Race, Attorney Influence, and Bankruptcy Chapter Choice” in Forbes
Best Law and Courts American Political Science Association Journal Article
Legal Uniformity in American Courts
Deborah Beim and Kelly Rader
Journal Rankings: Google Scholar and Washington and Lee comparison may be found here. ABDC 2019 Journal Quality List A* ranking may be found here.
Anu Bradford, Adam Chilton, Katerina Linos, and Alexander Weaver, “The Global Dominance of European Competition Law Over American Antitrust Law” in Reuters
Conference on Empirical Legal Studies (CELS), University of Chicago Law School, October 13-14, 2023
For information, visit Chicago CELS 2023 here.
Paper Submission Deadline is Thursday, June 29, 2023 (11:59 PM Central Daylight Time). To submit a paper, please visit the CELS 2023 website.
There is no charge for submissions. We encourage preregistration of all experiments, and we encourage all authors to make their data, scripts, and code publicly available upon publication to the extent your methodology permits. We welcome replication studies and papers that develop and demonstrate empirical methods.
Journal of Empirical Legal Studies
“Sudden lockdown repeals, social mobility, and COVID-19: Evidence from a judicial natural experiment” by Dhaval Dave, Andrew I. Friedson, Kyutaro Matsuzawa, Drew McNichols, Joseph J. Sabia
“The distribution of in-person public K-12 education in the time of COVID: An empirical perspective” by Michael Heise