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Abstracts for Papers Presented at Current Legal Issues Colloquium 2011: Law and Language

Abstracts have been posted for the papers presented at Current Legal Issues Colloquium 2011 – Law and Language, held 4-5 July 2011 at University College London Faculty of Laws. The papers concern a range of current issues in the fields … Continue reading

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Sartor et al. on Approaches to Legal Ontologies: Theories, Domains, Methodologies

Approaches to Legal Ontologies: Theories, Domains, Methodologies (Springer 2011), a collection of scholarly articles on legal ontologies, has been published. The volume is edited by Professor Dr. Giovanni Sartor of Università di Bologna CIRSFID, Professor Dr. Pompeu Casanovas of the … Continue reading

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Azuelos-Atias On the Incoherence of Legal Language to the General Public

Dr. Sol Azuelos-Atias of the University of Haifa Department of Hebrew Language has published On the Incoherence of Legal Language to the General Public, forthcoming in International Journal for the Semiotics of Law. Here is the abstract: I will suggest, … Continue reading

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Katz & Bommarito’s Visualization of the Complete United States Code

Daniel Martin Katz & Michael Bommarito, both of the University of Michigan’s Center for the Study of Complex Systems, have completed their visualization of the structure of the entire United States Code, published at their Computational Legal Studies blog. This … Continue reading

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Visualization of Quantitative Legal Information

[NOTE: Updated on 8-1-2009 to include a reference to continuing legal education.] A recent trend in legal information systems development & scholarship is the use of software to generate graphical representations, often referred to as “visualizations,” of quantitative law-related information. … Continue reading

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