Publisher description for Expert systems in law : a jurisprudential inquiry / Richard E. Susskind.
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Expert systems are computer systems that engage in legal reasoning by assisting general legal practitioners in solving legal problems beyond their range of knowledge or expertise. This book is a comprehensive investigation of expert systems in law. Susskind uses jurisprudence throughout the
book to articulate the presuppositions and limitations of building such systems, and to provide sound practical guidance for their design.
Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Information storage and retrieval systems -- Law.
Legal research -- Data processing.