Tag Archives: Appellate advocacy

JURIX 2013 Doctoral Consortium and Poster Sessions: Proceedings available free online

Full text of the papers and posters from JURIX 2013 Doctoral Consortium and Poster Sessions are now available: Session 1: Doctoral Consortium Session Latifa Al-Abdulkarim: Dialogue Interactions in Oral Hearings Dusko Martic: Online Dispute Resolution for Cloud Computing Services Mizanur … Continue reading

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Budziak & Lempert on Legal Argumentation and Case Quality at the U.S. Supreme Court

Jeffrey Budziak and Daniel Lempert, both of The Ohio State University Department of Political Science, have posted a working paper entitled Legal Argumentation and Case Quality at the U.S. Supreme Court, on SSRN. Here is the abstract: The importance of … Continue reading

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Tracy & Parks on Stancetaking within Neutrality-Attentive Judicial Discourse: Oral Argument about Same-Sex Marriage

Professor Karen Tracy and Russell Parks, both of the University of Colorado at Boulder Department of Communication, presented a paper entitled Stancetaking within Neutrality-Attentive Judicial Discourse: Oral Argument about Same-Sex Marriage, at ICA 2010: The International Communication Association Annual Conference, … Continue reading

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Economists’ Brief in Leegin

Because this blog covers legal communication as well as legal information systems, this blog will occasionally post notable examples of legal communication. The Economists’ Brief (in PDF, RTF, or MS Word) submitted in Leegin Creative Leather Products, Inc. v. PSKS, … Continue reading

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Ashley on Teaching a Process Model of Legal Argument with Hypotheticals

Professor Kevin D. Ashley of the University of Pittsburgh School of Law and Graduate Program in Intelligent Systems has published Teaching a Process Model of Legal Argument with Hypotheticals, forthcoming in Artificial Intelligence & Law. Here is the abstract: “The … Continue reading

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Hawes et al. on a Computational Model of U.S. Supreme Court Oral Arguments

Timothy Hawes, Professor Jimmy Lin, and Professor Philip Resnik, all of the University of Maryland, have published Elements of a Computational Model for Multi-Party Discourse: The Turn-Taking Behavior of Supreme Court Justices, in Journal of the American Society for Information … Continue reading

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