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eBook The Computerized Lawyer: A Guide to the Use of Computers in the Legal Profession (Applications of Advanced Computing Techniques) ePub

by Philip Leith

  • ISBN: 0387196587
  • Category: Law Practice
  • Subcategory: Law
  • Author: Philip Leith
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Springer Verlag (April 1, 1991)
  • Pages: 222
  • ePub book: 1587 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1999 kb
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  • Rating: 4.9
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A Short Introduction to the Computer.

In some volumes, the techniques described will be advanced because of the particular computer. A Short Introduction to the Computer.

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The Computerised Lawyer : A Guide to the Use of Computers in the Legal Profession. This book is an introduction to the technology and application of computers in the legal field - from office and court use, to the debate over artificial intelligence

The Computerised Lawyer : A Guide to the Use of Computers in the Legal Profession. by Amanda Hoey and Philip Leith. This book is an introduction to the technology and application of computers in the legal field - from office and court use, to the debate over artificial intelligence. The reader is assumed to have no initial knowledge of computing.

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The Computerised Lawyer provides a comprehensive introduction to the technology and application of computers in law. Over the last 5 years it has become increasingly recognised that the skills associated with new technology are so important that proficie ncy in the field is now being. Over the last 5 years it has become increasingly recognised that the skills associated with new technology are so important that proficie ncy in the field is now being viewed as an integral element in the education and skills development of all law students. New curriculums are being developed which incorporate the issues discussed in this book, and professionals will find the text useful and highly relevant

The principle of using computers to assist the legal profession is no longer questioned

The principle of using computers to assist the legal profession is no longer questioned. In fact, there are so many areas in which computers are used in the aid of justice that it is easy to overlook some of the more important and more imaginative areas. Much of the work to date has involved the use of computers in legal information retrieval. One could go on to speculate that even such things as traffic control systems, which are now computerized in Toronto and else where, could be used to assist in apprehending criminals, although I know of no instance of this being done to date. Computers are certainly used in this area for accident prevention.

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Computer revolution has influenced all walks of life. These little machines have substantially changed the life style of most individuals and especially of professionals throughout the world. According to a scholar, "com- puters make out many of the bills we receive, and the bank cheques as well. Computers help to regulate the flow of traffic on a busy city street, tell a supermarket manager when his stock of detergents is running low, and help a doctor make his diagnosis. 1 They are creating a lot of jobs.

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The texts of verdicts made by Dutch judges on custody disputes were collected for a thorough analysis. The analysi. ONTINUE READING. The computerised lawyer - a guide to the use of computers in the legal profession (2. Philip Leith, Amanda Hoey. R. V. Mulder, Noortwijk, C. van, Kerkmeester. in: Proceedings of the Third International Conference on Logic, 1989. Een model voor juridische informatica.

The computerised lawyer. Published 1991 by Springer-Verlag in London, New York Application of advanced computing techniques. a guide to the use of computers in the legal profession. Published 1991 by Springer-Verlag in London, New York. Application of advanced computing techniques. xi, 222 p. : Number of pages.

This book is an introduction to the technology and application of computers in the legal field - from office and court use, to the debate over artificial intelligence. The reader is assumed to have no initial knowledge of computing. The first four chapters deal with the nature of computer hardware, communications, and software. The next three chapters deal with the variety of current computer applications in law: from legal information retrieval to jury administration in the court system. The final three chapters deal with the adventurous attempts to use artificial intelligence in law. As well as dealing with computer applications in law, this book features some aspects of law and the legal process which the computer is currently highlighting - what is the nature of a rule, how will law react to a potential torrent of easily available secondary materials, will computerised courts affect justice? Given the increasing number of courses in computer appreciation for lawyers and law students, and the en- croaching nature of the computer upon legal thinking and the practice of law, there is a growing need for textbooks such as this which provide an introduction to computer technology within the framework of law. Un- like other books in this subject, this book emphasises the technical applications, so complementing textbooks which deal with the law relating to computers. This book will be of interest to lawyers and to undergraduates, postgraduates, and lecturers in law, as well as to computer scientists involved with research into the application of computers in law.

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