Cynthia L. Cates

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This paper explores the potential uses of computational linguistics techniques for analyzing Supreme Court briefs and opinions. To do so, we focused on advocacy documents associated with the two recent University of Michigan affirmative action cases (Gratz v. Bollinger and Grutter v. Bollinger). The cases attracted more than one hundred amicus briefs, which(More)
During Spring 1998, we embarked on pedagogical journey into unknown terrains -the terrains of collaborative teaching and World Wide Web instruction. In this paper we present a journey in progress, a joint University of Maryland and Towson University venture called A Law On-Line. Students worked in groups, with members drawn from each campus, and they were(More)
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