A cognitive approach to judicial opinion structure: applying domain expertise to component analysis

@inproceedings{Conrad2001ACA,
  title={A cognitive approach to judicial opinion structure: applying domain expertise to component analysis},
  author={Jack G. Conrad and Daniel P. Dabney},
  booktitle={ICAIL},
  year={2001}
}
Empirical research on basic components of American judicial opinions has only scratched the surface. Lack of a coordinated pool of legal experts or adequate computational resources are but two reasons responsible for this deficiency. We have undertaken a study to uncover fundamental components of judicial opinions found in American case law. The study was aided by a team of twelve expert attorney-editors with a combined total of 135 years of legal editing experience. The scientific hypothesis… CONTINUE READING

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