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                                              European Quarterly of Political Attitudes and Mentalities
 

Open Access Peer-Reviewed Research Journal in Political Culture Analysis, Modeling and Simulation
ISSN 2285 - 4916  ISSN-L 2285 - 4916
 


EQPAM promotes interdisciplinary research in Political Analysis, Computational Modeling and Simulation with a special focus on the Eastern European political cultures.
 
EQPAM is published by the European Research Group on Political Attitudes and Mentalities, EPAM
EQPAM acknowledges the contribution of the Faculty of Political Science, University of Bucharest, in providing web server and file space for this journal.


Published quarterly, at the end of January, April, July and October                                     
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Editor-in-Chief: Camelia Florela Voinea, University of Bucharest, Romania 
Co-Editor: Kostas A. Lavdas, Panteion University, Athens, Greece                                                                                                        
Co-Editor: Bojan Todosijević, Institute for Social Science, Belgrade, Serbia

 
EQPAM Volume 8, Issue No. 2, April 2019   








Special Issue: 
Legal Requirements for Complex Sociotechnical Systems


Guest Editors: 
Marco Velicogna, Research Institute on Judicial Systems, National Research Council, Italy
Aernout H.J. Schmidt, Leiden University, The Netherlands


Table of Contents






Peer Reviewed Paper(s) 




Editorial Note: "An Introduction to the EQPAM Special Issue on Legal Requirements for Complex Sociotechnical Systems"  ......…………………………………………………………....    pp. 1-6


Paula Fernando

"Intertwining Judicial Reforms and the Use of ICT in Courts: A Brief Description of the Portuguese Experience"  ......……………………...………………………………………………....    pp. 7-20



Davide Carnevali
"Great Success that Was on the Brink of Failure: The Case of a Techno-Legal Assemblage in the “Civil Trial On-Line" System in Italy "  ......……………………...………………….......    pp. 21-35


Rosanna Amato
"Exploring the Legal Requirements for Cross Border Judicial Cooperation: The Case of the Service of Documents"  ......……………………...……………………………………………....    pp. 36-53


"Adapting Justice to Technology and Technology to Justice.  A Coevolution Process to e-Justice in Cross-border Litigation "  ……….…...………………………………………………....    pp. 54-74


"Regulating (Artificial) Intelligence in Justice: How Normative Frameworks Protect Citizens from the Risks Related to AI Use in the Judiciary"  ......………..………………………...    pp. 75-96


"e-Justice: A Bottom-Up Venue to Promote Open Justice? A Heuristic Analysis Based on Agent-Based Modelling......………………………………………..…………………………....    pp. 97-109     
EQPAM
Honorary Advisory Board





Brian H. Mayoh
Department of Computer Science
University of Aarhus Denmark




Jon A. Krosnick
Department of Communication
Stanford University, U.S.A.




Paul E. Johnson
Centre for Research Methods & Data Analysis
Department of Political Science
University of Kansas
U.S.A.




Adrian Stoica
Estimation, Decision and Control Dept.- N.A.S.A.
U.S.A.




Mario Cardano
Dipartimento di Culture Politica e Società
Università degli Studi di Torino, Italia




Agus Budiyono
Konkuk University
Gwangjin-gu
Seoul, South Korea