Toward Constructing Evidence-Based Legal Arguments Using Legal Decision Documents and Machine Learning, Kevin D. Ashley and Vern R. Walker. In the Proceedings of the 14th International Conference [...]
A process approach to inferences of causation: empirical research from vaccine cases in the USA, Vern R. Walker, Chan Hee Park, Philip H. Hwang, Arthur John, Evgeny I. Krasnov and Keith Langlais. [...]
From Information Retrieval (IR) to Argument Retrieval (AR) for Legal Cases: Report on a Baseline Study, Kevin D. Ashley and Vern R. Walker. In the Proceedings of the 26th International Conference [...]
The Research Laboratory for Law, Logic and Technology (LLT Lab) conducts empirical research on argument and reasoning patterns in diverse samples of legal documents, creating the semantic data, training protocols, and software analytics needed to develop technology to assist legal reasoning.
Prof. Vern R. Walker
Director, Research Laboratory for Law, Logic & Technology
121 Hofstra University Hempstead, New York, USA 11549