A System to Support Legal Case Building and Reasoning
Stefania Castellani, Nikolaos Lagos, Nicolas Hairon, Antonietta Grasso, David Martin, Frederique Segond
We have designed a system to support collaborative legal case rea-soning and building. The design is based on our understanding of the corporate litigation domain acquired through analysis of the literature, interviews of vari-ous parties involved in corporate litigation processes, and studies of the com-mercial tools already available. In this paper we illustrate the designed system and in particular the interaction modes that it supports that we believe address a number of the requirements that emerged through our analysis. We also de-scribe its main components and their integration, including a knowledge model that represents the domain, and a natural language processing component for extracting semantic information. A description of a prototype system is also provided.
Knowledge Discovery, Knowledge Engineering and Knowledge Management, IC3K 2011 Conference Revised Selected Papers, Communications in Computer and Information Science (CCIS Series), Springer, Vol. 348, pp. 217-231, 2013. A. Fred, J. Dietz, K. Liu, and J. Filipe (Eds.)