MyOpenCourt, a project of the Conflict Analytics Lab at the Queen’s University Faculty of Law and Smith School of Business, will help workers affected by Covid-19 layoffs understand their rights and options.
The work of the Conflict Analytics Lab (CAL) would not be possible without the efforts of many faculty, students, and industry partners.
Today, meet Brandon Loehle, Law’20, and find out why he got involved in the Lab.
Conflict Analytics Lab Director Samuel Dahan has been added to the review panel for the Canada-UK Artificial Intelligence Initiative, a part of UK Research and Innovation's Economic and Social Research Council.
The Conflict Analytics Lab of Queen’s Faculty of Law has partnered with France-based LegalEDHEC research centre of the EDHEC Business School to incorporate artificial intelligence in the field of intellectual property law.
Queen’s Law’s Conflict Analytics Lab (Canada) and EDHEC Business School’s LegalEDHEC research centre (France) have just signed a partnership for a project that will place artificial intelligence at the heart of decision-making in the field of intellectual property law.
The Conflict Analytics Lab is a new centre that is applying data science and machine learning to dispute resolution - you will be able to get legal and negotiation advice and access countless summaries of similar cases, which you can use to be your own lawyer.