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Automatic Catchphrase Extraction from Legal Case Documents via Scoring using Deep Neural Networks [article]

Vu Tran and Minh Le Nguyen and Ken Satoh
2018 arXiv   pre-print
In this paper, we present a method of automatic catchphrase extracting from legal case documents. We utilize deep neural networks for constructing scoring model of our extraction system.  ...  Conclusion We have present our approach for generating catchphrases from legal case documents.  ...  The data contains ≈ 4000 Australian legal case from 2006 to 2009 with annotations for automatic summarization and citation analysis.  ... 
arXiv:1809.05219v1 fatcat:qdmiyv2zh5bvpnga7ggpvdldmi

An overview of information extraction techniques for legal document analysis and processing

Ashwini V. Zadgaonkar, Avinash J. Agrawal
2021 International Journal of Power Electronics and Drive Systems (IJPEDS)  
Automatic legal document processing is the solution to overcome drawbacks of manual processing and will be very helpful to the common man for a better understanding of a legal domain.  ...  <span>In an Indian law system, different courts publish their legal proceedings every month for future reference of legal experts and common people.  ...  Bhattacharya [43] proposed an approach for automatic c identification of the rhetorical roles of sentences from Supreme Court of India judgments using deep neural networks.  ... 
doi:10.11591/ijece.v11i6.pp5450-5457 fatcat:cigtd4kh4vc4hhfnl32sss25ye

Identification, Tracking and Impact: Understanding the trade secret of catchphrases [article]

Jagriti Jalal, Mayank Singh, Arindam Pal, Lipika Dey, Animesh Mukherjee
2020 arXiv   pre-print
In this paper, we propose an unsupervised method for the extraction of catchphrases from the abstracts of patents granted by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office over the years.  ...  With the advancement in the digital repositories in the form of patent documents, it is becoming increasingly more feasible to understand the innovation secrets -- "catchphrases" of organizations.  ...  (2) Legal: Mandal et al. [21] also follow an unsupervised approach for identification of catchphrases from legal court cases.  ... 
arXiv:2007.13520v1 fatcat:yjpljxoz7nforoa43k23c6rlu4

Knowledge Extraction from Text Document Using Open Information Extraction Technique

Payal Kadu
2020 International Journal of Advanced Trends in Computer Science and Engineering  
Thus in this paper we extract information from legal documents with open information extraction as legal document can be associated with any domain.  ...  This paper proposes an approach in which we suggest extraction of knowledge from legal documents with open information extraction technique.  ...  the text document from which is a website that holds the record of court cases in India.  ... 
doi:10.30534/ijatcse/2020/208922020 fatcat:j4czwtsx7fhddnmlxzufjxzkiu

LawSum: A weakly supervised approach for Indian Legal Document Summarization [article]

Vedant Parikh, Vidit Mathur, Parth Mehta, Namita Mittal, Prasenjit Majumder
2021 arXiv   pre-print
No large scale publicly available annotated datasets of Indian legal documents exist till date. This limits the scope for legal analytics research.  ...  Some possible applications of this dataset besides legal document summarization can be in retrieval, citation analysis and prediction of decisions by a particular judge.  ...  Therefore, Automatic summarization of legal documents can significantly help legal practitioners.  ... 
arXiv:2110.01188v3 fatcat:tuimokv2vbhdfdyzfi7baygxai

Exploration of Cross-Modal Text Generation Methods in Smart Justice

Yangqianhui Zhang, Liang Zou
2021 Scientific Programming  
The text generation technology can automatically present the results extracted from these redundant legal data and express the results of the analysis in natural language.  ...  For example, large and small cases occur every day, and the legal library is continuously updated.  ...  ( datasets/Legal+Case+Reports) e dataset was provided by the Federal Court of Australia (FCA). It includes all the legal cases of the Federal Court from 2006 to 2009.  ... 
doi:10.1155/2021/3225933 fatcat:b6bfqwfwmncv5hy7s6tivtocba

Using Argument Mining for Legal Text Summarization [chapter]

Huihui Xu, Jaromír Šavelka, Kevin D. Ashley
2020 Frontiers in Artificial Intelligence and Applications  
terms of legal argument triples that capture the most important skeletal argument structures in a case.  ...  In order to better understand how to apply legal argument mining as a step toward improving case summarization, we have assembled a sizeable set of cases and human-expert-prepared summaries annotated in  ...  The Canadian Legal Information Institute provided the corpus of paired legal cases and summaries.  ... 
doi:10.3233/faia200862 fatcat:w2e2bd6g65c4zexdpjmpu3cwvu

The Invisible Women: Migrant and Immigrant Sex Workers and Law Reform in Canada

Jamie Chai Yun Liew
2020 Studies in Social Justice  
A discourse analysis of the expansive legal record in the Bedford case and the transcripts of Parliamentary debates and testimony before Standing Committees confirm the lack of nuanced discussion on how  ...  This article examines how migrant and immigrant sex workers have been rendered invisible before the courts and parliament in the reform of laws regarding sex work in Canada.  ...  The author is grateful for all of the research assistance she received from Angela He, Tae-Min (Peter) Choi, Aditya Rao, Seema Shafei as well as support from the Law Foundation of Ontario.  ... 
doi:10.26522/ssj.v2020i14.2144 fatcat:3xtu3bizmverrnan2me6j6aqpe

Violent adolescents: psychiatry, philosophy, and politics

Roy J O'Shaughnessy
2004 The journal of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law  
This compares with an estimated 8,100 cases annually nationwide that were transferred by juvenile court judges after waiver hearings.  ...  By 1999, 29 states had enacted statutory transfer provisions in which commission of certain offenses, usually violent, resulted in automatic transfer to adult court.  ... 
pmid:15497623 fatcat:bt2pnc7qfna4fjfqfvygtmsv2a

Lessons Learned Too Well

A. Michael Froomkin
2011 Social Science Research Network  
It is no longer reasonable to assume that electronic communications can be kept private from governments or private-sector actors.  ...  But online anonymity-one of the two most important tools that protect online communicative freedom-is under practical and legal attack all over the world.  ...  downloads daily. 106 Snowden-provided documents also revealed that the NSA shared and received data from government agencies in many countries, * A Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act ("FISA") court  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.1930017 fatcat:jtlf7mbinfe55pvdwlig7b2k7a

Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 52(A) as an Ideological Weapon?

Bryan L. Adamson
2008 Social Science Research Network  
The author argues that appellate courts' treatment of Rule 52(a) and fact typology can impair decisional legitimacy, administrative efficiency, and comity between the trial and appellate courts.  ...  The Article then goes on to identify a fact typology appellate courts invoke which also enables them to circumvent Rule 52(a) and engage in de novo review of a trial court's factual findings.  ...  "Legislating from the bench" is another pejorative catchphrase used to denounce judicial opinions.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.1128324 fatcat:7tnugqkiabcphattdsrfligfsu

Cyber vigilantism, transmedia collective intelligence, and civic participation

Pauline Hope Cheong, Jie Gong
2010 Chinese Journal of Communication  
Our findings suggest that the identification of corrupt officials and circulation of their private data online amplified attention on their abuse of power and pressured the authorities toward greater accountability  ...  For example, Cheung (2009a) documented the first human flesh search case in a Chinese court associated with liability in December 2008, when the court passed a disciplinary verdict upon two websites  ...  Another netizen from Zhejiang province criticized the corruption misconduct: "Lin's act is a crime! How can he be shielded from legal punishment by merely forfeiting his administrative ranks?  ... 
doi:10.1080/17544750.2010.516580 fatcat:np3w7ae5fnaetikfboj4qy6t4u


Jonathan Bach, Benjamin Nienass
2021 German Politics and Society  
After World War II, denazification and courts established administrative and legal boundaries within which claims of innocence could be formulated and adjudicated, while the "zero hour" and "economic miracle  ...  Third, the legal meaning of innocence is neither wholly separate from nor identical with its moral sense.  ...  Baackmann shows how this innocence is inextricably tied with Kohl's catchphrase of the "grace of a late birth," which captures precisely the ambiguous intersection of innocence's legal and moral imaginaries  ... 
doi:10.3167/gps.2021.390101 fatcat:7tpv4ue2nbehtlkwtcnv35b54a

Guest editorial eucrim 4/2020

Gaetano De Amicis
2021 eucrim – The European Criminal Law Associations Forum  
rights protection that emerge from supranational norms as interpreted in the case law of the two European courts.  ...  or generalised deficiencies in the independence of the Polish courts would (more or less automatically) amount to a flagrant denial of justice and whether this is sufficient to refuse an EAW from Poland  ... 
doi:10.30709/eucrim-2020-023 fatcat:zbumkwqypncwjk2p76mykj2gqi

From Mastermind to Body Artist: Political Performances of Slobodan Milošević

Branislav Jakovljevic
2008 TDR: The Drama Review  
The leader of the Serbian populist movement from the late 1980s, the man widely considered responsible for the series of wars that raged in the former Yugoslavia throughout the '90s and the first head  ...  Miloševic´'s letter is a political and legal document.  ...  Milošević Case court transcripts available on ICTY website:  ... 
doi:10.1162/dram.2008.52.1.51 fatcat:qn3bnuls5zdnthkb6qlgfezfaa
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