Tag Archives: Network analysis of legal citations

Neale: Citation Analysis of Canadian Case Law

Thom Neale, JD, of the Sunlight Foundation has published Citation Analysis of Canadian Case Law, Journal of Open Access to Law, 1(1) (2013). Here is the abstract: This study uses simple statistical and functional analysis in conjunction with network analysis … Continue reading

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Neale: Citation Analysis of Canadian Case Law, using CanLII data

Thom Neale, JD, has published Citation Analysis of Canadian Case Law (Canadian Legal Information Institute, 2013). Here is a summary of the report: This study uses simple statistical and functional analysis in conjunction with network analysis algorithms to examine the … Continue reading

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Winkels et al. on Determining Authority of Dutch Case Law

Professor Dr. Radboud Winkels of the Leibniz Center for Law of the University of Amsterdam, Jelle De Ruyter of the University of Amsterdam Faculty of Law, and Henryk Kroese of the University of Amsterdam – Faculty of Natural Science, Mathematics … Continue reading

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Boulet, Mazzega, and Bourcier on A Network Approach to the French System of Legal Codes Part 1

Dr. Romain Boulet of UMR ESPACE-DEV, IRD; Dr. Pierre Mazzega of UnB/IRD and UPS (OMP), CNRS, IRD; and Dr. Danièle Bourcier of CERSA CNRS, have published A network approach to the French system of legal codes—part I: analysis of a … Continue reading

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Lupu & Voeten on The Role of Precedent at the European Court of Human Rights: A Network Analysis of Case Citations

Yonatan Lupu of the University of California, San Diego Department of Political Science and Professor Erik Voeten of the Georgetown University School of Foreign Service, have posted The Role of Precedent at the European Court of Human Rights: A Network … Continue reading

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