Publications

Journal Articles

  1. & EMIL: Extracting Meaning from Inconsistent Language. International Journal of Approximate Reasoning 112, 55-84.
  2. & Arguing about causes in law: a semi-formal framework for causal arguments. Artificial Intelligence and Law
  3. & Recognizing cited facts and principles in legal judgements. Artificial Intelligence and Law 25(1), 107-126.
  4. A functional perspective on argumentation schemes. Argument & Computation 7(2-3), 113-133.
  5. Working on the argument pipeline: Through flow issues between natural language argument, instantiated arguments, and argumentation frameworks. Argument & Computation 7(1), 69-89.
  6. & Senses of ‘argument’ in instantiated argumentation frameworks. Argument & Computation 6(1), 50-72.
  7. & Sentiment-topic modeling in text mining. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Data Mining and Knowledge Discovery 5(5), 246-254.
  8. & A formalization of argumentation schemes for legal case-based reasoning in ASPIC+. Journal of Logic and Computation 25(5), 1141-1166.
  9. & A legal case OWL ontology with an instantiation of Popov v. Hayashi. Artificial Intelligence and Law 20(1), 83-107.
  10. & Modelling Judicial Context in Argumentation Frameworks. Journal of Logic and Computation 19(6), 941-968.
  11. An ontology in OWL for legal case-based reasoning. Artificial Intelligence and Law 16(4), 361-387.

Books

  1. On annotation of the textual contents of Scottish legal instruments.
  2. & Advances in Artificial Intelligence: From Theory to Practice.
  3. & Controlled Natural Language.
  4. Towards a methodology for formalizing legal texts in LegalRuleML.
  5. Extracting Hohfeldian relations from text.
  6. & Reasoning Web. Web Logic Rules.
  7. Passing a USA national bar exam - A first experiment.
  8. & Transactions on Large-Scale Data- and Knowledge-Centered Systems XVIII.
  9. A case study on legal case annotation.
  10. Argumentation schemes for reasoning about factors with dimensions.
  11. & Theory, Practice, and Applications of Rules on the Web.
  12. & Computational Logic in Multi-Agent Systems.
  13. A model-based critique tool for policy deliberation.
  14. An empirical approach to the semantic representation of laws.
  15. & Advances in User Modeling.
  16. & Information Technology in Bio- and Medical Informatics.
  17. Critiquing justifications for action using a semantic model: Demonstration.
  18. & Knowledge Engineering and Knowledge Management.
  19. & Electronic Participation.
  20. Semi-automated argumentative analysis of online product reviews.
  21. Multi-agent based classification using argumentation from experience.
  22. On rule extraction from regulations.
  23. Populating an online consultation tool.
  24. & Electronic Participation.
  25. & Semantic Processing of Legal Texts.
  26. Arguing Global Governance.
  27. & Electronic Government and the Information Systems Perspective.
  28. Lexical semantics and expert legal knowledge towards the identification of legal case factors.
  29. & Controlled Natural Language.
  30. Modelling judicial context in argumentation frameworks.
  31. Three senses of "argument".
  32. Towards an extensible argumentation system.
  33. A functional program for agents, actions, and deontic specifications.
  34. Deontic Logic and Artificial Normative Systems.

Book Chapters

  1. & On the Instantiation of Knowledge Bases in Abstract Argumentation Frameworks. In Computational Logic in Multi-Agent Systems. -50).
  2. Maintaining Obligations on Stative Expressions in a Deontic Action Logic. In Deontic Logic in Computer Science. -274).

Conference Contributions

  1. & (0). Causal Models of Legal Cases. Presented at AI Approaches to the Complexity of Legal Systems,-186. doi:10.1007/978-3-030-00178-0_11
  2. & (2018). A Methodology for a Criminal Law and Procedure Ontology for Legal Question Answering. Presented at Semantic Technology,, 198-214. doi:10.1007/978-3-030-04284-4_14
  3. & (2018). Knowledge Driven Intelligent Survey Systems for Linguists. Presented at Semantic Technology,-18. Awaji, Japan: Semantic Technology: 8th Joint International Conference, JIST 2018.. doi:10.1007/978-3-030-04284-4_1
  4. (2018). A Chatbot Framework for the Children's Legal Centre. Presented at Legal Knowledge and Information Systems,, 205-209.IOS Press.
  5. (2017). On automated defeasible reasoning with controlled natural language and argumentation. Presented at AAAI Publications, Workshops at the Thirty-First AAAI Conference on Artificial Intelligence,
  6. (2016). Legal text interpretation: Identifying Hohfeldian relations from text. Presented at Proceedings of the Tenth International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC 2016),, 379-384.
  7. (2016). Passing a USA national bar exam: A first corpus for experimentation. LREC 2016, Tenth International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation.
  8. (2014). Legal interpretations in LegalRuleML.
  9. (2014). Mining fine-grained argument elements.
  10. (2013). A study on translating regulatory rules from natural language to defeasible logic.
  11. & (2013). Argument schemes for reasoning with legal cases using values. Presented at ICAIL '13 Proceedings of the Fourteenth International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Law,, 13-22. Rome, Italy: International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Law. doi:10.1145/2514601.2514604
  12. & (2013). Argumentation based tools for policy-making. Presented at ICAIL '13 Proceedings of the Fourteenth International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Law,, 249-250.International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Law. doi:10.1145/2514601.2514640
  13. & (2013). OASIS LegalRuleML. Presented at ICAIL '13 Proceedings of the Fourteenth International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Law,, 3-12.International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Law. doi:10.1145/2514601.2514603
  14. (2012). Arguing from a point of view.
  15. (2012). Identifying consumers' arguments in text.
  16. (2011). Arguing with emotion.
  17. & (2011). Semantic models for policy deliberation. Presented at ICAIL '11 Proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Law,, 81-90.International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Law. doi:10.1145/2018358.2018369
  18. & (2011). Towards formalising argumentation about legal cases. Presented at ICAIL '11 Proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Law,, 1-10.International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Law. doi:10.1145/2018358.2018359
  19. (2010). Representing deontic concepts for CNLs.
  20. (2010). Towards annotating and extracting textual legal case elements.
  21. (2010). Web-based mass argumentation in natural language.
  22. (2010). What do you mean? Arguing for meaning.