Category Archives: Primers for non-specialists

Harley on Semantic Lawyering

Brian Harley, an LLM student at Columbia Law School, is publishing a series of posts (see Part 1, Part 2, and Part 3) entitled Semantic Lawyering: How the Semantic Web Will Transform the Practice of Law, on the blog of … Continue reading

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Wyner on Legal XML

[NOTE: Updated on 29 December 2009 to correct the URL to the article.] Dr. Adam Wyner has published The Language of Law on the Web, a discussion of XML as applied to legal documents. In this article, Dr. Wyner “introduce[s] … Continue reading

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