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On-line Registration

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Registration Categories and Fees

Registration rates will vary according to the following schedule. The conference registration system runs on British Summer Time (GMT+1).

Full Conference

Early (through May 14th)  Regular (through June 4th)  Late (from June 5th)

One Day

Early (through May 14th)  Regular (through June 4th)  Late (from June 5th)

Two Days

Early (through May 14th)  Regular (through June 4th)  Late (from June 5th)

Full Conference or Partial Conference registration

Full registration includes attendance at all sessions including workshops and tutorials, lunch and coffee breaks each day, the conference reception (Monday) and banquet (Wednesday), and a copy of the proceedings (either printed or on a USB drive). One-day or two-day registration includes attendance, with lunch and coffee breaks, on the specified day or days (given on the registration form), as well as the opening reception. A partial registration includes the main conference proceedings only if the registration includes one of the main conference days (Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday).

Discount for Full-Time Students

Full-time students are eligible to register at the reduced rates shown above. To qualify, please enter your university and your degree program in the Remarks box of the registration form, and bring your student identification with you to the conference.

Other Registration Form Items

Monday and Friday Sessions

The Monday and Friday sessions include workshops, a tutorial, a competition, and a doctoral consortium:

  • Monday:
    • Tutorial: An introduction to AI and law - morning
    • AI and legal practice - full day
    • DESI VII: Using advanced data analysis in eDiscovery and related disciplines to identify and protect sensitive information in large collections - full day
    • AICOL: Artificial intelligence and the complexity of legal systems - full day
    • COLIEE: Competition on legal information extraction/entailment - afternoon
    • MWAIL: Multilingual workshop on AI and law - afternoon
    • Doctoral consortium - afternoon
  • Friday:
    • ASAIL: Automated semantic analysis of information in legal texts - morning or full day
    • Blockchain, smart contracts and law - morning or full day
    • CMNA: Computational Models of Natural Argument - morning or full day
    • Evidence and decision making in the law: theoretical, computational and empirical approaches - morning or full day
    • MIREL: Mining and reasoning with legal texts - morning or full day

For full descriptions, see the list of workshops and the doctoral consortium page. To facilitate planning, you will be asked to indicate which of these events you expect to attend. Dividing your time between overlapping events is fine. If you will not be present on a given day, choose the box marked "none".

Monday Reception

All registrants are invited to the opening reception, which will be held at the end of the afternoon sessions. The conference registration desk will be open during the reception.

Wednesday Conference Banquet

The conference banquet will be a dinner cruise on the Thames. It is included in the registration fee for those attending the full conference. Extra tickets, at £80, may be purchased for guests and one-day or two-day registrants.

Extra Conference Proceedings

For those attending all or part of the main conference (Tuesday through Thursday), the registration fee includes one copy of the proceedings, either printed or on a USB drive. All attendees may order extra copies on the registration form. An early order will help ensure that enough printed copies are produced.