The Cyberjustice Laboratory wishes to support and accompany students in the pursuit of their studies. To this effect, the Laboratory regularly awards scholarships to deserving students.
Doctoral Grant - Fall 2021
Law & Artificial Intelligence
The doctoral scholarship issued by the LexUM Chair on Legal Information and the Cyberjustice Laboratory is intended to encourage a doctoral student to pursue a thesis on the theme of law and artificial intelligence. The goal is to allow a young researcher to participate in the remarkable dynamic that has, for several years now, been driving the Montreal metropolis in the field of artificial intelligence research. By joining the Université de Montréal’s Law Faculty, the young researcher will have access to the world renowned Institut de valorisation des données (IVADO), which unites HEC Montréal, Polytechnique Montréal and the Université de Montréal, as well as to the pioneering work in Deep Learning pursued by the Montreal Institute of Learning Algorithms (MILA) located at Université de Montréal.
Although managing the effects of these innovations at the economic, social and political levels will undoubtedly be among the major projects in the coming years, the scope of their practical implications in the field of law remains largely unexplored. It is for this reason that both the LexUM Chair on Legal Information and the Cyberjustice Laboratory of the Université de Montréal have decided to award a doctoral scholarship to encourage the new generation of researchers to partake in the many challenges posed by the law’s understanding of algorithms.
Within the LexUM Chair on Legal Information and the Cyberjustice Laboratory, the recipient of the scholarship will find a multidisciplinary collaborative environment conducive to mentoring and cutting-edge research on legal issues related to information technology and artificial intelligence.
Call for Applications for Postdoctoral Fellowship in Law and Technology (2021-2022)
The LexUM Chair on Legal Information is offering one (1) full-time postdoctoral internship spanning a 12 month period.
The LexUM Chair is interested in the social and legal issues surrounding the development of legal IT. In addition, the Chair offers a platform conducive to the ongoing development of expertise and the pursuit of activities geared towards international outreach. In this vein, the Chair advances and extends the collaborations established by both the LexUM Laboratory on Legal Information and the Cyberjustice Laboratory with key players in the legal world, whether they hail from government, industry or professional circles.
This content has been updated on 12/15/2020 at 11 h 24 min.