Technology report: Building legal practice systems with today's commercial authoring tools [Book Review]

Artificial Intelligence and Law 1 (1):87-102 (1992)
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Document assembly and other substantive legal practice applications are the most knowledge-intense forms of software now widely available in the legal technology marketplace. This article provides an illustrative look at two contemporary practice system engines-CAPS and Scrivener-and examines their relevance for AI-and-law researchers.



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