The LegalSupport dataset evaluates fine-grained reverse entailment. Each sample consists of a text passage making a legal claim, and two case summaries. Each summary describes a legal conclusion reached by a different court. The task is to determine which case (i.e. legal conclusion) most forcefully and directly supports the legal claim in the passage. The construction of this benchmark leverages annotations derived from a legal taxonomy expliciting different levels of entailment (e.g. “directly supports” vs “indirectly supports”). As such, the benchmark tests a model’s ability to reason regarding the strength of support a particular case summary provides.
legal-support: min_pass_rate: 0.7
- min_pass_rate (float): Minimum pass rate to pass the test.
|See LoSacco v. City of Middletown, 71 F.3d 88, 92-93 (2d Cir.1995) (when a litigant,
even if proceeding pro se, raises an issue before the district court but does not raise it on appeal, it is abandoned); see also….
|Because Fox does not challenge the district court’s dismissal of hostile work environment claims, those claims are abandoned.||when a litigant, even if proceeding pro se, raises an issue before the district court but does not raise it on appeal, it is abandoned||holding that a party’s “single conclusory sentence” in his brief on appeal regarding a claim of error was tantamount to a waiver of that claim||a||a||True|