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Title Legal informatics / edited by Daniel Martin Katz, Ron Dolin, Michael J. Bommarito
Imprint Cambridge, United Kingdom ; New York, NY, USA : Cambridge University Press, 2021
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 人文社會聯圖  K87 .L436 2021    AVAILABLE    30660020252107
Descript xiii, 509 pages : illustrations ; 27 cm
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Note Includes bibliographical references
Part I. Introduction to legal informatics -- Motivation and rationale for this book / Michael J. Bommarito II, Daniel Martin Katz, and Ron Dolin -- Technology issues in legal philosophy / Ron Dolin -- The origins and history of legal informatics / Michael J. Bommarito II -- Part II. Legal informatics : building blocks and core concepts -- A. Information representation, preprocessing, and document assembly -- Representation of legal information / Katie Atkinson -- Information intermediation / Ron Dolin -- Preprocessing data / Michael J. Bommarito II -- XML in law : the role of standards in legal informatics / Ron Dolin -- Document automation / Marc Lauritsen -- B. Artificial intelligence, machine learning, natural language processing, and blockchain -- AI + law : an overview / Daniel Martin Katz -- Machine learning and law / Daniel Martin Katz and John J. Nay -- Natural language processing for legal texts / John J. Nay -- Introduction to blockchain and cryptography / Nelson M. Rosario -- C. Process improvement, gamification, and design thinking -- Legal informatics-based technology in broader workflows / Kenneth A. Grady -- Gamification of work and feedback systems / Stephanie Kimbro -- Introduction to design thinking for law / Margaret Hagan -- D. Evaluation -- Measuring legal quality / Ron Dolin -- Part III. Use cases in legal informatics -- A. Contracts and patents -- Contract analytics / Noah Waisberg -- Contracts as interfaces : visual representation patterns in contract design / Helena Haapio and Stefania Passera -- Distributed ledgers, cryptography, and smart contracts / Nina Gunther Kilbride -- Patent analytics : information from innovation / Andrew W. Torrance and Jevin D. West -- B. Litigation and e-discovery -- The core concepts of e-discovery / Jonathan Kerry-Tyerman and A.J. Shankar -- Predictive coding in e-discovery and the NexLP story engine / Irina Matveeva -- Examining public court data to understand and predict bankruptcy case results / Warren E. Agin -- C. Legal research, government data, and access to legal information -- Fastcase, and the visual understanding of judicial precedents / Ed Walters and Jeff Asjes -- Mining information from statutory texts in a public health domain / Kevin D. Ashley -- Gov2Vec : a case study in text model application to government data / John J. Nay -- Representation and automation of legal information / Katie Atkinson -- D. Dispute resolution and access to justice -- Online dispute resolution / Dave Orr and Colin Rule -- Access to justice and technology : reaching a greater future for legal aid / Ronald W. Staudt and Alexander F.A. Rabanal -- Designing legal experiences : online communication and resolution in courts / Maximilian A. Bulinski and J.J. Prescott -- Part IV. Legal informatics in the industrial context -- A. Challenges facing innovation in law -- Adaptive innovation : the innovator's dilemma in big law / Ron Dolin and Thomas Buley -- Legal data access / Christine Bannan -- B. Large firm and corporate legal informatics case studies -- A history of knowledge management at Littler Mendelson / Scott Rechtschaffen -- Legal operations at Google / Mary O'Carroll and Stephanie Kimbro
Subject Law -- Data processing
Law -- Technological innovations
Law -- Data processing. fast (OCoLC)fst00993714
Alt Author Katz, Daniel M. (Daniel Martin), editor
Dolin, Ron, editor
Bommarito, Michael J., editor
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