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020    9781107142725|q(hbk.) 
020    1107142725|q(hbk.) 
020    |z9781108916851|q(ebk.) 
035    (OCoLC)1182859919 
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245 00 Legal informatics /|cedited by Daniel Martin Katz, Ron 
       Dolin, Michael J. Bommarito 
264  1 Cambridge, United Kingdom ;|aNew York, NY, USA :
       |bCambridge University Press,|c2021 
300    xiii, 509 pages :|billustrations ;|c27 cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|bn|2rdamedia 
338    volume|bnc|2rdacarrier 
504    Includes bibliographical references 
505 00 |gPart I.|tIntroduction to legal informatics --
       |tMotivation and rationale for this book /|rMichael J. 
       Bommarito II, Daniel Martin Katz, and Ron Dolin --
       |tTechnology issues in legal philosophy /|rRon Dolin --
       |tThe origins and history of legal informatics /|rMichael 
       J. Bommarito II --|gPart II.|tLegal informatics : building
       blocks and core concepts --|gA.|tInformation 
       representation, preprocessing, and document assembly --
       |tRepresentation of legal information /|rKatie Atkinson --
       |tInformation intermediation /|rRon Dolin --
       |tPreprocessing data /|rMichael J. Bommarito II --|tXML in
       law : the role of standards in legal informatics /|rRon 
       Dolin --|tDocument automation /|rMarc Lauritsen --|gB.
       |tArtificial intelligence, machine learning, natural 
       language processing, and blockchain --|tAI + law : an 
       overview /|rDaniel Martin Katz --|tMachine learning and 
       law /|rDaniel Martin Katz and John J. Nay --|tNatural 
       language processing for legal texts /|rJohn J. Nay --
       |tIntroduction to blockchain and cryptography /|rNelson M.
       Rosario --|gC.|tProcess improvement, gamification, and 
       design thinking --|tLegal informatics-based technology in 
       broader workflows /|rKenneth A. Grady --|tGamification of 
       work and feedback systems /|rStephanie Kimbro --
       |tIntroduction to design thinking for law /|rMargaret 
       Hagan --|gD.|tEvaluation --|tMeasuring legal quality /
       |rRon Dolin --|gPart III.|tUse cases in legal informatics 
       --|gA.|tContracts and patents --|tContract analytics /
       |rNoah Waisberg --|tContracts as interfaces : visual 
       representation patterns in contract design /|rHelena 
       Haapio and Stefania Passera --|tDistributed ledgers, 
       cryptography, and smart contracts /|rNina Gunther Kilbride
       --|tPatent analytics : information from innovation /
       |rAndrew W. Torrance and Jevin D. West --|gB.|tLitigation 
       and e-discovery --|tThe core concepts of e-discovery /
       |rJonathan Kerry-Tyerman and A.J. Shankar --|tPredictive 
       coding in e-discovery and the NexLP story engine /|rIrina 
       Matveeva --|tExamining public court data to understand and
       predict bankruptcy case results /|rWarren E. Agin --|gC.
       |tLegal research, government data, and access to legal 
       information --|tFastcase, and the visual understanding of 
       judicial precedents /|rEd Walters and Jeff Asjes --
       |tMining information from statutory texts in a public 
       health domain /|rKevin D. Ashley --|tGov2Vec : a case 
       study in text model application to government data /|rJohn
       J. Nay --|tRepresentation and automation of legal 
       information /|rKatie Atkinson --|gD.|tDispute resolution 
       and access to justice --|tOnline dispute resolution /
       |rDave Orr and Colin Rule --|tAccess to justice and 
       technology : reaching a greater future for legal aid /
       |rRonald W. Staudt and Alexander F.A. Rabanal --
       |tDesigning legal experiences : online communication and 
       resolution in courts /|rMaximilian A. Bulinski and J.J. 
       Prescott --|gPart IV.|tLegal informatics in the industrial
       context --|gA.|tChallenges facing innovation in law --
       |tAdaptive innovation : the innovator's dilemma in big law
       /|rRon Dolin and Thomas Buley --|tLegal data access /
       |rChristine Bannan --|gB.|tLarge firm and corporate legal 
       informatics case studies --|tA history of knowledge 
       management at Littler Mendelson /|rScott Rechtschaffen --
       |tLegal operations at Google /|rMary O'Carroll and 
       Stephanie Kimbro 
650  0 Law|xData processing 
650  0 Law|xTechnological innovations 
650  7 Law|xData processing.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst00993714 
700 1  Katz, Daniel M.|q(Daniel Martin),|eeditor 
700 1  Dolin, Ron,|eeditor 
700 1  Bommarito, Michael J.,|eeditor 
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