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AI Research Centre

Artificial intelligence and law

Relevance of the project

The application of AI offers an opportunity to positively impact some of the processes of court proceedings and judicial management due to the increased efficiency of operations through intelligent automation.

Project tasks:

Empirical Legal Studies

Implementation of artificial intelligence technologies in practical jurisprudence and legal practice.

Legal Information Retrieval

Automation of operations related to law enforcement data in terms of legal information retrieval.

Legal Procedural Actions

Optimisation of legal procedural actions.


  • Forecasting the number of cases in court

    Objective: to improve the balance of court caseload, which is one of the key conditions for the quality and smooth operation of the judicial apparatus.

    Planned result: scientifically substantiated prediction of the annual caseload of courts will make it possible to qualitatively change the picture by structuring the judicial system in the most efficient way.

  • Automated classification of court case files by content

    The aim of the project is automated categorisation of a dispute into a certain category (due to the subject composition of the participants, the subject of the disputed relations and other circumstances) on the basis of incoming statements (text documents).

    Planned results:

    • Release of labour resources;
    • Increasing the efficiency of court staff;
    • Prevention of the negative impact of the "human error" factor in routine operations of classifying complex texts.
  • Contextual intelligent assessment of case complexity

    Project objective: adaptation of trained models for use in related applications.

    Project implementation methods: data analysis and mining, natural language text processing in the legal field.

    Project result: building a human-machine question-and-answer system based on the results of machine analysis of texts (case files, court decisions, judgments, rulings, determinations and other judicial acts and procedural documents) and data (statistics of previously performed procedural actions) of the judicial system.