Toward Shared Assumptions Regarding the Use of Corpus Linguistics in Legal Interpretation
The Use of Corpus Linguistics in Legal Interpretation.
__Annual Review of Linguistics. 7:473-491 (invited submission).
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Varieties of ordinary meaning: Comments on Kevin P. Tobia, “Testing Ordinary Meaning”
A (mostly corpus-based) linguistic reexamination of District of Columbia v. Heller and the Second Amendment.
Corpus Linguistics in Legal Interpretation: When Is It (In)appropriate?
A Lawyer’s Introduction to Meaning in the Framework of Corpus Linguistics
__2017 BYU L. Rev. 1359 (2018) (link).
“Always speaking”? Interpreting the Present Tense in Statutes.
__Canadian Review of Linguistics 58(1): 63-83 (peer reviewed).
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