A case-based approach to modeling legal expertise

@article{Ashley1988ACA,
  title={A case-based approach to modeling legal expertise},
  author={Kevin D. Ashley and Edwina L. Rissland},
  journal={IEEE Expert},
  year={1988},
  volume={3},
  pages={70-77}
}
Hypo, a computer program that performs case-based reasoning in the legal domain, helps attorneys analyze and make arguments about new fact situations in terms of the most relevant precedent cases. [...] Key Method They demonstrate how Hypo critically compares a problem situation to the most relevantly similar precedent cases to outline an argument regarding how to decide the current fact situation (CFS) based on its significant similarities to and differences from most on point cases (MOPCS).Expand
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