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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

Haoshan Ren, Margaret Wood, Clark D. Cunningham, Noor Abbady, Ute Römer, Heather Kuhn, & Jesse Egbert, “Questions Involving National Peace and Harmony” or “Injured Plaintiff Litigation”? The Original Meaning of “Cases” in Article III of the Constitution, 36 Ga. St. U. L. Rev. 535 (2020).

Corpora and Analyzing Legal Discourse in the United States

Cunningham, Clark D. and Egbert, Jesse, Corpora and Analyzing Legal Discourse in the United States (March 13, 2020). Routledge Handbook of Corpus Approaches to Discourse Analysis (Eric Friginal & Jack Hardy, eds. 2020 Forthcoming).

Using Empirical Data to Investigate the Original Meaning of ‘Emolument’ in the Constitution

Cunningham, Clark D. and Egbert, Jesse, Using Empirical Data to Investigate the Original Meaning of ‘Emolument’ in the Constitution (October 23, 2019). 36 Georgia State University Law Review 465 (2020), Georgia State University College of Law, Legal Studies Research Paper No. 2019-15, Georgia State University Workshop on Law & Linguistics, October 18, 2019.

Data-Driven Originalism

Thomas R. Lee & James C. Philips, Data-Driven Originalism, 167 U. Pa. L. Rev. 261 (2019).

Triangulating Public Meaning: Corpus Linguistics, Immersion, and the Constitutional Record

Who Are “Officers of the United States”?

Jennifer L. Mascott, Who Are “Officers of the United States”?, 70 Stanford L. Rev. 443 (2018).

Judging Ordinary Meaning

Thomas R. Lee & Stephen C. Mouritsen, Judging Ordinary Meaning, 127 Yale L. J. 788 (2018).

Corpus Linguistics in Legal Interpretation— An Evolving Interpretive Framework

Stephen C. Mouritsen, Corpus Linguistics in Legal Interpretation— An Evolving Interpretive Framework, 6 INT. J. LANG. & LAW 67 (2017).

Triangulating Public Meaning: Corpus Linguistics, Immersion, and the Constitutional Record

Solum, Lawrence B., Triangulating Public Meaning: Corpus Linguistics, Immersion, and the Constitutional Record (April 26, 2017). Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3019494 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.3019494

A Lawyer’s Introduction to Meaning in the Framework of Corpus Linguistics