My research is on Legal Expertise and the Acquisition of Legal Expert Performance.
My research interests are on thinking, reasoning and planning that mediate legal problem solving, learning and skilled performance. The focus is on the structure and acquisition of legal expert performance.
My research focus is on the conceptual analysis of the basic (or core) tasks in law (legislative design and legal assessment) to construct models that can be used in legal research and legal practice.
My research includes disciplines as legal (computational) theory, legal methodology, legal knowledge acquisition, cognitive science, learning & instruction and instructional technology.
My research aim is to gain insight into what legal practitioners and legal scientists are doing by modelling legal tasks and legal knowledge.
These models are used for fault detection, for automation, for instruction, for theory formation and for theory testing