The Use of Corpus Linguistics in Legal Interpretation
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The Corpus and the Courts
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Corpus Linguistics and Heller
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Natural Language and Legal Interpretation
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‘We the Citizens?’: A Corpus Linguistic Inquiry into the Use of ‘People’ and ‘Citizens’ in the Founding Era.
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Corporations and the Original Meaning of “Citizens” in Article III
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Corpus Linguistics as a Method of Legal Interpretation: Some progress, some quesitions
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“Questions Involving National Peace and Harmony” or “Injured Plaintiff Litigation”? The Original Meaning of “Cases” in Article III of The Constitution
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Corpora and Analyzing Legal Discourse in the United States
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Corpora and Legal Interpretation: Corpus approaches to ordinary meaning in legal interpretation
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