OSDC Spotlight-Neocodex's Legal Data on a Global Scale

Today we spotlight a recipient of an OSDC resource allocation doing some very interesting research.

Neocodex is a collaboration between researchers and professors from Stanford Law School, Duke University, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, Université Pierre et Marie Curie, Autonomous University of Barcelona and other institutions to develop open source technology for integrating, analyzing and making available information from all international courts and national jurisdictions in open linked data standards, including the automated processing, analysis and visualization of social networks (neutrals, litigants, and other entities), semantic networks (citations, case-law contents, legal knowledge) and the publication of corpus collections with added metadata.

You can learn more at: http://youtu.be/p1Qh5L_QjX0 or http://weboflaw.com/

The Case for Linking World Law Data paper can be found at: http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=2371795

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