The Summer School on Law and Logic is being held for its seventh year, from 1 to 6 July 2018. This course is designed to give students rigorous training in a wide variety of logical methods that can assist all kinds of legal analysts, including students, lawyers, judges and scholars. The overall framework for the course is the Logocratic Method, a systematic method for assessing the strengths and weaknesses of arguments, including, but not limited to, legal arguments. Since so much legal analysis consists in making and evaluating arguments, this method can be a powerful tool for all legal analysts.
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Professors: Scott Brewer, Bartosz Brozek, Henry Prakken, Nino Rotolo, Giovanni Sartor