Participants

Provisional list of participants, updated at 6 November 2010:

  • Robert Alexy (legal theory – University of Kiel)
  • Giulia Andrighetto (cognitive science – EUI) – confirmed
  • Rainhard Bengez (philosophy of science, mathematics – TUM) – confirmed
  • Scott Brewer (legal philosophy, evidence, law & science, law & logic – Harvard) – confirmed
  • Rosaria Conte (cognitive science -ISTC CNR)- confirmed
  • Giuseppe Contissa (AI & law – EUI, Florence) – confirmed
  • Dov Gabbay (logic and AI – King’s College, London) – confirmed
  • Joseph Gastwirth (statistics & forensic statistics – George Washington University) – confirmed
  • Ruth Hagengruber (philosophy of science – University of Paderborn) – confirmed
  • Bruce Hay (law, evidence, economics of procedure and Litigation – Harvard) – confirmed
  • Klaus Mainzer (TUM, Munich)
  • Gerhard O. Mensch (EIA Tutzing)
  • Josep Joan Moreso (legal theory – Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona)
  • Monica Palmirani (legal informatics – University of Bologna) – confirmed
  • Marija Pauvcnik (law, University of Ljubljana)
  • Rui Soares Pereira (law, Portugal) – confirmed
  • Boaz Sangero (law, Israel – Academic Centerof Law & Business ) – confirmed
  • Lothar Philipps (legal theory and AI – LMU, Munich) – confirmed
  • Henry Prakken (artificial intelligence and law, argumentation theory – University of Utrecht and Groeningen) – confirmed
  • Francesco Romeo (legal theory and AI – University of Pescara) – confirmed
  • Antonio Manuel Nunes dos Santos (epistemology – Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Portugal) – confirmed
  • Giovanni Sartor (legal theory and AI -European University Institute) – confirmed
  • Burkhard Schafer (evidence theory and AI -University of Edinburgh) – confirmed
  • Alessandro Serpe (legal theory – University of Naples) – confirmed
  • José de Sousa e Brito (legal theory – Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Portugal) – confirmed
  • Giancarlo Taddei (artificial intelligence & law, ITTIG-CNR, Florence) – confirmed
  • Daniela Tiscornia (artificial intelligence & law, ITTIG-CNR) – confirmed
  • Peter Tillers (evidence theory and AI – Cardozo Law School, New York) – confirmed
  • Vern Walker (scientific evidence; AI & law – Hofstra University) – confirmed
  • Douglas Walton (argumentation theory – University of Windsor, Canada) – confirmed
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