Law & Corpus Linguistics Conference

BYU Law School

April 29, 2016

 

Building on the 2016 inaugural Law and Corpus Linguistics Conference, the 2017 BYU Law Review Symposium, “Law & Corpus Linguistics” brings together legal scholars from across various substantive areas of scholarship, prominent corpus linguistics scholars, and judges who have employed corpus linguistics analysis in their decisions.

 

 

BYU is home to many of the most important research corpora in the world, including:

  • Corpus of Contemporary American English (COCA)
  • Corpus of Historical American English (COHA)
  • BYU Law School is currently developing the Corpus of Founding Era American English (COFEA)

 

 

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Law & Corpus Linguistics Conference

The inaugural Law and Corpus Linguistics Conference, co-sponsored by the Georgetown Center for the Constitution, will bring together over two dozen scholars and judges with expertise in interpretation to examine theoretical and methodological issues relating to the emerging field of law and corpus linguistics.

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