The project will create new knowledge concerning the use of case-based reasoning in law and the representation of case-based reasoning as a computational process. In doing so, it will also help to identify potential benefits and drawbacks resulting from the use of automated case-based reasoning to assist decision-making processes in law. It will also help to identify the benefits and drawbacks of using case-based reasoning to resolve other practical and ethical problems.

Project members

Dr Robert Mullins

Senior Lecturer
TC Beirne School of Law