Programação para Advogados
- Computer Programming for Lawyers – Georgetown University Law Center
- Legal Innovation & Technoloy Lab – Suffolk Law Scholl
- Programming for Lawyers – Harvard Law School
- FENWICK, M. KAAL, W, VERMEULEN, Erik. Legal Education in a Digital Age. Why Coding for Lawyers Matters
Docassemble – A free, open-source expert system for guided interviews and document assembly, based on Python, YAML, and Markdown.
LegalXML – Courts, lawyers, criminal justice agencies, legislatures,
libraries, publishers, and other participants in the civil and criminal legal systems use XML standards to maintain and share electronic legal records cheaply, seamlessly and securely.
MIMOUNI, Nada. Modeling Legal Documents as Typed Linked Data for Relational Querying – Abstract. Access to legal knowledge is particularly challenging to information retrieval systems. Not only is legal knowledge usually expressed in linguistically complex forms, but it is also structurally sophisticated (e.g pieces of legislation applicable to a case, version in force of a legal document, other related sources). Modeling the collection of documents in such complex domains requires taking into account the semantic content of the documents as well as their relational structure since documents are usually related to each other by various types of links. In this paper we describe two approaches for modeling and querying a collection of interlinked legal documents. The first approach is based on Formal Concept Analysis and Relational Concept Analysis to model and query the collection of documents. The second approach uses semantic web techniques (RDF, OWL and SPARQL). Different types of relational queries
Keywords: Information Retrieval, Linked documents, Relational queries,
Formal Concept Analysis, Relational Concept Analysis, Ontology, Semantic web.