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This paper presents a new task, learning logical structures of paragraphs in legal articles, which is studied in research on Legal Engineering (Katayama, 2007). The goals of this task are recognizing logical parts of law sentences in a paragraph, and then grouping related logical parts into some logical structures of formulas, which describe logical relations between logical parts. We present a two-phase framework to learn logical structures of paragraphs in legal articles. In the first phase,dblp:conf/ijcnlp/BachNTS11 fatcat:rpy4ta6rejhtlkkgly7jioymoa