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Rationales for the continued development of legal expert systems

  title={Rationales for the continued development of legal expert systems},
  author={John Zeleznikow and Daniel Hunter},
  journal={The Journal of Law and Information Science},
his article looks at the development and enormous potential of legal expert systems and the problems which often arise due to a suspicious and ill-informed legal fraternity. As most lawyers find themselves uncomfortable with machines generally, and computers specifically, being used to writing, reading and analysing human problems, and have little contact with technology, except where it affects a client or can be used to improve the efficiency of their practices, it is not bard to see that in… Expand
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