Legal Hacker Summit in Madrid

Starting tomorrow, 7th June, the EMEA LEGAL HACKERS SUMMIT will be celebrated in Madrid.

This event ends the 9th of June and it is intended to be and interchange of code and data between experts with the aim of merging law and technology

For this reason, UPM partners will be attending, in order to know about the most recent advances of legal technology.

Moreover, Elena Montiel, as the coordinator of the project, will be presenting Lynx on Saturday 8th June. Full agenda can be found here

P.S. The event was a success and had great mediatic impact in Twitter!

Lynx partners attending NAACL 2019


Also next week the Annual Conference of the North American Chapter of the Association for Computational Linguistics (NAACL) is being celebrated in Minneapolis, specifically during the 2nd-7th of June.

While Semantic Web Company will be attending ESWC, our partners from the Deutsches Forschungszentrum für Künstliche Intelligenz (DFKI) will be presenting a paper in the 1st CfP: Workshop in Natural Legal Language Processing (NLLP), celebrated within NAACL. 

More information about this work can be found in DFKI Twitter account and Lynx Twitter account.

Lynx Technical Meeting in Vienna


During the 22nd and 23rd of May, a Lynx technical meeting is taking place in Vienna, hosted by Semantic Web Company

Technical representatives from each member organisation of Lynx consortium have gathered to clarify some pending issues from the last plenary meeting in Barcelona.

These decisions are crucial to continue developing the Legal Knowledge Graph and build the Lynx platform as sound and stable as possible.

4th Lynx Plenary Meeting being celebrated in Barcelona

About twenty members of Lynx Consortium are meeting in Barcelona during these days (29th-30th April) to recap the project status and address new action points for the upcoming months.

The meeting, hosted by Cuatrecasas, is a crucial appointment since the project is now in month 17. This means the middle of the project, time to carefully select the next steps in order to accomplish fixed goals and milestones.

Moreover, the Advisory Board, composed by Philipp Cimiano, Marie-Claude L’Homme and Neil Wilkof, attended as well (present and online). They raised useful questions and enriching suggestions that will for sure be of great help to boost the project.