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Legal Search in Case Law and Statute Law

by   Julien Rossi, et al.
University of Amsterdam

In this work we describe a method to identify document pairwise relevance in the context of a typical legal document collection: limited resources, long queries and long documents. We review the usage of generalized language models, including supervised and unsupervised learning. We observe how our method, while using text summaries, overperforms existing baselines based on full text, and motivate potential improvement directions for future work.


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