Monthly Archives: November 2009

eLawyering Standards: Draft from ABA LPM

New draft standards for practicing law online were recently issued by the American Bar Association Law Practice Management Section’s eLawyering Task Force. The draft is entitled Suggested Minimum Requirements for Law Firms Delivering Legal Services Online. The draft standards address … Continue reading

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Law & Neuroscience Research at Stanford

A very interesting recent article highlights innovative research in law and neuroscience at Stanford Law School. In The court will now call its expert witness: the brain, Stanford Report, Nov. 19, 2009, Ingfei Chen surveys recent neuroscience-related research and other … Continue reading

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Wyner on Annotating Rules in Legislation

Dr. Adam Wyner of the University College London Department of Computer Science has posted Annotating Rules in Legislation, summarizing his recent “discussions about text mining and annotating rules in legislation with several people (John Sheridan of The Office of Public … Continue reading

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Wyner on Onto Root Gazetteer

Dr. Adam Wyner of the University College London Department of Computer Science has posted detailed notes on Onto Root Gazetteer (ORG), a plugin for GATE, the General Architecture for Text Engineering. This post may be of interest to researchers or … Continue reading

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