Opinion mining in legal blogs

  title={Opinion mining in legal blogs},
  author={Jack G. Conrad and Frank Schilder},
We perform a survey into the scope and utility of opinion mining in legal Weblogs (a.k.a. blawgs). The number of 'blogs' in the legal domain is growing at a rapid pace and many potential applications for opinion detection and monitoring are arising as a result. We summarize current approaches to opinion mining before describing different categories of blawgs and their potential impact on the law and the legal profession. In addition to educating the community on recent developments in the legal… CONTINUE READING
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