French law prohibits use of analytics to predict behaviour of a judge

5 Jun 2019

The French Justice Reform Act has been amended to exclude the use of data analytics to purpose or effect of evaluating, analysing, comparing or predicting actual or alleged professional practices of judges. This regulation is aiming to stop current practice of legal tech in analysing data of judges to predict their behaviour and decisions in court cases.

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