The Paul Scholten Centre for Jurisprudence

mr. dr. A.J. (Antoinette) Muntjewerff


  • Faculty of Law
    Encyclopedia
  • Visiting address
    REC A
    Nieuwe Achtergracht 166  Room number: 8.04
  • Postal address:
    Postbus  1030
    1000 BA  Amsterdam
  • A.J.Muntjewerff@uva.nl
    T: 0205253418
    T: 0205253470

 My research is on Legal Expertise and the Acquisition of Legal Expert Performance.

 

My research interests are on thinking, reasoning and planning that mediate legal problem solving, learning and skilled performance. The focus is on the structure and acquisition of legal expert performance.

 

My research focus is on the conceptual analysis of the basic (or core) tasks in law (legislative design and legal assessment) to construct models that can be used in legal research and legal practice.

 

My research includes disciplines as legal (computational) theory, legal methodology, legal knowledge acquisition, cognitive science, learning & instruction and instructional technology.

 

My research aim is to gain insight into what legal practitioners and legal scientists are doing by modelling legal tasks and legal knowledge.

These models are used for fault detection, for automation, for instruction, for theory formation and for theory testing

 

PROSA interface constructie van een juridische oplossing

Interface CASE omgeving voor het structureren en analyseren van rechterlijke uitspraken

e-See vaststellen van feiten in juridisch probleemoplossen

2016

  • Muntjewerff, A. J. (2016). Designing e-See. In Proceedings of the Third International Scientific Internet Conference (pp. 29 - 37). Naukograd Koriolov: Nauchnij Konsultant.
  • Muntjewerff, A. J., & van Loo, K. E. (2016). Fundamental Rights and the Rule of Law. Rule of Law as Argument for Interference. In E. Feteris, H. Kloosterhuis, J. Plug, & C. Smith (Eds.), Legal Argumentation and the Rule of Law. (pp. 133 - 145). The Hague: Eleven.

2014

  • Muntjewerff, A. (2014). Learning and Instruction in the Digital Age. In M. Ciussi, & M. Augier (Eds.), 12th European Conference on e-Learning: ECEL 2013: Sophia Antipolis, France: 30-31 October 2013. (pp. 323-332). Sonning Common, UK: Academic Conferences Ltd. [details] 
  • Muntjewerff, A. (2014). Using the Think-Aloud Method to Gather Data on What it takes to Comprehend a Legal Decision. Law and Method, 2014, [12]. DOI: 10.5553/REM/.000008  [details] 

2013

  • Muntjewerff, A. J. (2013). CASE reading, structuring and analyzing decisions by judges. European Journal of Law and Technology, 4(1). [details] 

2012

  • Muntjewerff, A. J. (2012). An explicit model for learning to structure and analyze decisions by judges. In 25th IVR World Congress: Law, Science and Technology: Frankurt am Main, 15-20 August 2011: paper series (pp. 114). Frankfurt am Main: Goethe-Universität. DOI: urn:nbn:de:hebis:30:3-249726  [details] 
  • Muntjewerff, A. J. (2012). Een expliciet model voor het structureren en analyseren van rechterlijke beslissingen. In E. T. Feteris, H. Kloosterhuis, H. J. Plug, J. A. Pontier, & C. E. Smith (Eds.), Gewogen oordelen: essays over argumentatie en recht: bijdragen aan het Zesde Symposium Juridische Argumentatie 24 juni 2011. (pp. 269-288). Den Haag: Boom Juridische uitgevers. [details] 

2011

  • Muntjewerff, A. (2011). CASE learning to structure and analyze a legal decision. In A. Rospigliosi (Ed.), ECEL 2011: proceedings of the 10th European Conference on e-Learning: Brighton Business School, University of Brighton, UK. 10-11 November, 2011. (pp. 517-525). Reading: Academic Publishing. [details] 

2010

  • Muntjewerff, A. J. (2010). Methoden in rechtswetenschap en rechtspraktijk. International Scientific Journal of methods and Models of Complexity, 10(1). [details] 

2009

  • Muntjewerff, A. J. (2009). ICT in legal education. German law journal: review of developments in German, European and international jurisprudence, 10(06/07), 669-716. [details] 

2016

  • Muntjewerff, A. J., & Nijkamp, J. (2016). TimeLiner Instructieomgeving voor het Maken van Tijdlijnen Europese Codificatiegeschiedenis. ICTO UvA.

2016

  • Muntjewerff, A. J. (2016). Optimizing Public Governance. Requirements for Handling Complex Societal Problems. Abstract from European Operation Research, Poznan, Poland.

2011

  • Muntjewerff, A. J. (Author). (2011). CASE 2.0. Utrecht: RoL.

2004

  • Muntjewerff, A. J. (Author). (2004). e-See. Embedded Streaming Video for Legal Problem Solving An Instructional Environment for Learning to Select Legal Relevant Facts out of the Real Life Situation. Digitale Universiteit.

2003

  • Muntjewerff, A. J. (Author). (2003). CASE 1.0 een elektronische omgeving voor het zoeken naar en analyseren van uitspraken. Amsterdam: Muntjewerff.

2000

  • Muntjewerff, A. J. (Author). (2000). PROSA Computerprogramma. UvA.

Scientific position

  • Muntjewerff, A.J. (2010-2014): Editorial Board Member PSDRproject, PSDRproject.
  • Muntjewerff, A.J. (2010-2015): Editorial Board Member TOJET, TOJET, http://www.tojet.net/.

Journal editor

  • Muntjewerff, Antoinette (reviewer) (2016-2017): Electronic Journal of e-Learning (Journal).

Talk / presentation

  • Muntjewerff, Antoinette (speaker) (5-7-2016): Optimizing Public Governance. Requirements for Handling Complex Societal Problems, European Operation Research, Poznan, Poland.
  • Muntjewerff, Antoinette (speaker) (21-6-2016): Data Analysis as Method to study the Relation between Fundamental Rights and the Rule of Law, CELSE 2016, Amsterdam, Netherlands.
  • Muntjewerff, Antoinette (speaker) (18-2-2016): TimeLiner Instructieomgeving voor het Maken van Tijdlijnen Europese Codificatiegeschiedenis, ICT UvA Grassroots.
  • Muntjewerff, Antoinette (speaker) (2-2-2016): Fundamental Rights and the Rule of Law. Rule of Law as Argument for Interference, PSC colloquium, University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam.

Others

  • Muntjewerff, Antoinette (examiner) (8-12-2016): Aligning Law and Action a Conceptual and Computational Inquiry (examination).

2016

  • Muntjewerff, A. J., & van Loo, K. (2016). Data Analysis as Method to study the Relation between Fundamental Rights and the Rule of Law. Amsterdam: Department of Legal Theory, University of Amsterdam. DOI: 10.2139/ssrn.2737313  [details] 
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