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    About This Project

    Justice systems can be represented as a graph: a network of nodes linked by different kinds of relationships. This approach allows for the discovery of emerging patterns and features otherwise unnoticed within the massive amounts of disjointed data generated by courts and tribunals — therefore shedding new, much needed light on the interactions of all players and constituent elements involved in law.
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