Lynx presented in LEX Talks at CODEX Futurelaw 21, supported by Stanford Law School

The Stanford Law School is the law school of Stanford University, ranked one of the top three law schools in the United States, which hosts "CODEX", the Stanford Centre for Legal Informatics. CODEX is the organiser of the CodeX FutureLaw conference series. This year's edition, CodeX FutureLaw 2021, counted with a session named as "Law, Educatin and Experience (LEX) Talks", in which the Lynx project was presented by the IP, Elena Montiel-Ponsoda (UPM) and Stefan Eder (Cybly, Benn-Ibler), on the past April 8th. More info about the event can be found here. The video can be found here.

The Big Data Value Association provides access to Lynx Webinars

The Big Data Value Association (BDVA), a not–for-profit organisation conformed by industries all over Europe as well as research and user organizations, that already presented Lynx Webinar Series in their newsletter, has now granted access to all the recordings (available at Lynx Youtube Channel) and slides from the events. All the materials related to the webinars are available at:

8th Lynx Plenary Meeting (Final Plenary Meeting) 

Starting from today, March 22nd, until Wednesday March 24th, we are virtually attending 8th Lynx Plenary Meeting, that is also our last plenary meeting before the final review. During these days, we are discussing the final touches before presenting the work developed around Lynx Services Platform and the Legal Knowledge Graph.

Lynx Terminology Portal presented at TermCoord 

On the 12th of March 2021, the Terminology Coordination of the European Parliament organised a workshop on Legal terminology. A number of 265 translators and terminologists of the European Parliament and from other Institutions attended this workshop, were the Lynx Terminology Portal was presented by Rodolfo Maslias, head of the Terminology Coordination Unit. The agenda and the slides are publicly available. 

Lynx results presented at ENDORSE 

The results of Lynx have been presented at the ENDORSE conference. 

Elena Montiel-Ponsoda and Patricia Martin-Chozas had the task to present an overview of the project results, including the Lynx Services Platform and the work made on terminologies; Víctor Rodríguez-Doncel participated in the round table of discussion. Elena had an audience of 70 people --it is worth noting the knowledgeable audience included many people reponsible for the publication of legislation as linked data. 

This conference was organized as a joint effort of the Publications Office of the European Union and the ISA² programme of the European Commission, with the purpose of creating an opportunity to link expertise to tackle current and future issues in the fields of interoperability and knowledge management.