Publications of François Desseilles
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See detailRecherche documentaire juridique - Bibliothèque de liens
Desseilles, François ULiege

Learning material (2019)

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See detailA future between open access and artificial intelligence: Which economic model for legal publishing in Belgium ?
Desseilles, François ULiege

Conference (2018, October 11)

Federal Belgium offers multiple legal orders and as many official sources of law. This multilingual and multifaceted legal environment makes the analysis of the legal publishing market and its par ... [more ▼]

Federal Belgium offers multiple legal orders and as many official sources of law. This multilingual and multifaceted legal environment makes the analysis of the legal publishing market and its par excellence "captive audiences" interesting, following one possible scenario, especially for the French-speaking part of Belgium. We no longer speak of the "computerization of law" but rather of an additional stage in this computerization: the introduction of artificial intelligence whose application to law is based mainly on the use of two techniques, natural language processing and machine learning. What does this have to do with publishing? The link is very simple as "Doctrine" equates to unstructured information. Under the impact of a weakening of their economic model confronted with information and communication technologies as well as the Open Access movement, legal "publishers" are moving towards services with high added value as they still control in an important way the three main sources of law (legislation, case law and doctrine). Publishers want to continue to play a decisive and deciding role in the "legal market". For several years now, major legal publishers have been investing in artificial intelligence solutions and rely in part on the acquired capital and the remanence of the conventional editorial process. The strong editorial control on the legislative and regulatory texts consolidation process, the possession of exclusive collections of case law as well as the hold over doctrine – here understood as a "captive audience" – given the control of publishers over a far from negligible part of the editorial process and management of doctrinal publications, make available a material on which new applications of information technology can be built. Thus, it would seem that the publishing, at least part of it, of a certain doctrine only becomes the essential supplement of information to "refine ontologies" set after having recourse to data mining within databases in which the information is structured. The challenge is to structure the "legal information" represented by the "published doctrine", since we are in the presence of sources containing information that is not structured and that is recorded in natural language. It is easy to imagine – and the doctrine has already asked itself the question – that the language and writing of the law, not only that of legislation and jurisprudence but that of doctrine, are in a hurry to adapt in order to ensure that the data are "cleaned and adjusted" so that the machine can obtain better analytical results thanks to the technique that is text mining. Our contribution will aim to show the slow but certain evolution of the economic model within a well-defined publishing framework but influenced by wider phenomena. [less ▲]

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See detailStyle de citation 'Université de Liège - Droit' : Guide d'utilisation
Cordier, Quentin ULiege; Desseilles, François ULiege

E-print/Working paper (2018)

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See detailConstitution de la Belgique
Desseilles, François ULiege

in Oger, Cécile (Ed.) Empreintes: Patrimoine écrit témoin de l’Histoire. Catalogue de l'exposition à la Cité miroir (Liège) (2018)

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See detailL'Open Access en Belgique francophone du côté du droit et des juristes: bientôt une réalité ?
Desseilles, François ULiege; Thys, Laurence ULiege

in Cahiers de la Documentation (2017), (4),

Cet article s’attache à faire le point sur le cadre juridique qui entoure le mouvement du Libre Accès (Open Access) en Belgique ainsi qu’à analyser la pratique du milieu juridique eu égard à l’Open Access ... [more ▼]

Cet article s’attache à faire le point sur le cadre juridique qui entoure le mouvement du Libre Accès (Open Access) en Belgique ainsi qu’à analyser la pratique du milieu juridique eu égard à l’Open Access. En ce qui concerne le cadre juridique, on remarque une volonté des autorités tant au niveau fédéral qu’au niveau de la Communauté française de Belgique de soutenir le mouvement et de promouvoir la libre circulation des résultats de la recherche scientifique à tout le moins lorsque celle-ci est financée en tout ou en partie par des fonds publics. Les textes en discussion ne sont certes pas exempts de défauts ; ils constituent néanmoins une avancée qui devrait épargner aux auteurs la tâche difficile de négocier avec les éditeurs le droit de déposer leurs contributions dans un répertoire, nonobstant la cession consentie. L’analyse de la pratique du milieu juridique s’est d’abord concentrée sur celle des éditeurs juridiques belges et a permis de montrer qu’ils oscillent entre statu quo et anticipation dans leur approche individuelle voire collective de l’Open Access. L’intérêt s’est ensuite porté sur la documentation scientifique et juridique en accès libre en partant de l’examen du modèle classique de publication dominant la doctrine juridique, en passant par un des nouveaux canaux de diffusion de cette dernière – les blogs juridiques –, pour arriver aux quelques exemples de périodiques, principalement ou accessoirement juridiques, en accès libre. Enfin, il s’est agi de souligner la pratique du côté de la communauté universitaire et quelques initiatives en la matière. [less ▲]

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See detailÉléments de méthodologie de la recherche documentaire en droit fiscal
Desseilles, François ULiege

Learning material (2017)

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See detailLéon Graulich (1887-1966)
Desseilles, François ULiege

Scientific conference (2017, September 20)

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See detailLegal rare books @ the Graulich Library, University of Liège
Desseilles, François ULiege

Conference (2017, June 12)

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See detailL'Open Access en Belgique francophone : bientôt une réalité ?
Desseilles, François ULiege; Thys, Laurence ULiege

E-print/Working paper (2017)

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See detailÉléments de méthodologie de la recherche documentaire en droit fiscal
Desseilles, François ULiege

Learning material (2016)

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See detailÉléments de méthodologie de la recherche documentaire en droit européen
Desseilles, François ULiege

Learning material (2016)

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See detailLes musées à forme d’établissement public administratif peuvent-ils recourir à l’arbitrage ?
Desseilles, François ULiege

in Revue de la Faculté de Droit de l'Université de Liège (2015), (3), 497-520

This article aims to study the possibility of using alternative dispute resolution (ADR), specifically arbitration, in the museum sphere. If the answer given will naturally vary according to the nature of ... [more ▼]

This article aims to study the possibility of using alternative dispute resolution (ADR), specifically arbitration, in the museum sphere. If the answer given will naturally vary according to the nature of institutions, the study focused on public administrative institutions in French law. We focus first on the place of ADR in the museum context and the expansion of market logic faced by public museums. The role of arbitration in these is discussed and some definitions and concepts are correlatively recalled. Next, the article examines the arbitrability of disputes concerning contracts of a public administrative establishment. It is first of all a matter of the analysis of the principle of prohibition to public entities to resort to arbitration. Second, the article examines the principles and conditions of the validity of the arbitration clause in international contracts, considering mainly the French jurisprudence, which decides that arbitrability of disputes in international trade is feasible in principle. Finally a description of various mechanisms and several stakeholders in the arbitration is made. [less ▲]

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See detailL'année européenne du patrimoine architectural et ses répercussions au Grand-Duché de Luxembourg: une "procession d'Echternach" ?
Desseilles, François ULiege; Langini, Alex

in Falser, Michael; Lipp, Wilfried (Eds.) Eine Zukunft für unsere Vergangenheit. Zum 40. Jubiläum des Europäischen Denkmalschutzjahres (1975–2015) (2015)

The contribution deals, mainly from parliamentary documents and legislation, with the encountering and embracing of the EAHY in the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg. The analysis concerns the preparation of ... [more ▼]

The contribution deals, mainly from parliamentary documents and legislation, with the encountering and embracing of the EAHY in the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg. The analysis concerns the preparation of activities and their achievement as well as the parliamentary discussions and the legal consequences of the EAHY. A positive effect of the campaign was the creation of a distinct built heritage service within the Ministry of Culture and the evolution of the legislation. Another positive effect was the advocacy work and the awareness of the people, a.o. thanks to a traveling exhibition on architecture in the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg. [less ▲]

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