Robert I. Akroyd

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This paper looks at legal reasoning from the point of view of the work of the lawyer, rather than the law itself. In the case of Common Law systems, this means a more #exible view of how tasks are divided between the humans and the computer system, with an emphasis on decision support rather than complete automation. A process-based model of the lawyer's(More)
This paper describes the prototype version of Sales Contractor, a computer system which produces standard or variable contracts for the sale of goods. Although built using an expert system shell, Sales Contractor operates as a decision support system, advising the user about which clauses to include in the contract, but leaving the final choice to him/her.(More)
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