The proceedings have been posted for SPLeT 2010: The 3rd Workshop on Semantic Processing of Legal Texts, to be held 23 May 2010 in Malta.
The workshop is part of LREC 2010: The 7th International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation.
Here is the program:
14:30-14:45 Welcome and introduction
A Description Language for Content Zones of German Court Decisions
Controlling the language of statutes and regulations for semantic processing
Stefan Hoefler and Alexandra Bünzli
Named entity recognition in the legal domain for ontology population
Mírian Bruckschen, Caio Northfleet, Douglas da Silva, Paulo Bridi, Roger Granada, Renata Vieira, Prasad Rao and Tomas Sander
Legal Claim Identification: Information Extraction with Hierarchically Labeled Data
Mihai Surdeanu, Ramesh Nallapati and Christopher Manning
On the Extraction of Decisions and Contributions from Summaries of French Legal IT Contract Cases
Towards Annotating and Extracting Textual Legal Case Factors
Adam Wyner and Wim Peters
Legal Rules Learning based on a Semantic Model for Legislation
[This post last updated 23 May 2010.]