Here are the contents:
- Kevin Ashley, Elizabeth Ferrell Bjerke, Margaret Potter, Hasan Guclu, Jaromir Savelka and Matthias Grabmair: Statutory Network Analysis plus Information Retrieval
- Tommaso Agnoloni and Ugo Pagallo: The Case Law of the Italian Constitutional Court between Network Theory and Philosophy of Information
- Gabriele Rinaldi and Giacomo Fiumara: Prominent Actors in Italian Civil Judiciary: a Social Network Analysis study
- Alexander Boer and Bas Sijtsma: Semi-Automatic Construction of Skeleton Concept Maps from Case Judgments
- Bart Karstens, Marijn Koolen, Giuseppe Dari Mattiacci, Rens Bod and Tom Ginsburg: Reference Structures of National Constitutions
- Romain Boulet, Ana Flavia Barros-Platiau and Pierre Mazzega: 35 years of Multilateral Environmental Agreements Ratification: a Network Analysis
- John Fitzgerald: Network analysis as an aid to legal interpretation – can counting and drawing rules help lawyers understand the context of those rules?
- Carlo Garbarino: A Model of Legal Systems as Evolutionary Networks: Normative Complexity and Self-organization of Clusters of Rules
- Tõnu Tamme, Leo Võhandu and Ermo Täks: A Method to Compare the Complexity of Legal Acts
- Remo Pareschi, Franco Toffoletto and Paolino Zica: Outcome networks for policy analysis, with an application to a case study in labor law
- Deborah De Felice, Giuseppe Giura and Vilhelm Verendel: Why do you quote me? Citation of Superior Court
- Radboud Winkels, Alexander Boer, Bart Vredebregt and Alexander van Someren: Towards a Legal Recommender System
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