Tag Archives: computational legal studies

R. Amani Smathers – The T Shaped 21st Century Lawyer (via ReInventLawChannel.com)

R. Amani Smathers – The T Shaped 21st Century Lawyer from ReInvent Law Channel at ReInventLawChannel.com.

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Ethereum – A Revolutionary New Platform for Applications (including Computable Contracts)

“A new “Lego of crypto-finance” enables users to design social contracts”  For more read this article in Aljazeera America.

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Law Firm Chief Marketing Officer Summit @ The Legal Marketing Association Annual Conference

Tomorrow – I will have the pleasure of addressing the Chief Marketing Officers of many of the world’s leading firms at the CMO Summit at Legal Marketing Association Conference in Orlando.

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Richard Susskind – The Future of Artificial Intelligence and Law (via ReInventLawChannel.com)

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Workshop on Computation, Mathematics, and the Law
(at U San Diego Law)

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ASU – Arkfeld Electronic Discovery Conference

Yesterday I had the pleasure of providing the concluding remarks at the ASU – Arkfeld Electronic Discovery Conference in Tempe, Arizona.  It was a really good mix of practicing lawyers, judges and technology providers in the room.  Kudos to Michael … Continue reading

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The Forum on Legal Evolution – NYC 02.26.13

Last week Bill Henderson, Bruce MacEwen and Daniel Martin Katz convened the first Forum on Legal Evolution – a small invitation only forum – for leaders from across the legal supply chain (General Counsels, Law Firms, Legal Technologists, Legal Media, … Continue reading

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Gartner Legal IT Scenario, 2020 – Smart Machines and LPO Radically Disrupt Legal Profession (via Gartner IT)

The report offers a number of predictions including those quoted above and “by 2018, legal IT courses will be required for the graduates of at least 20 U.S. Tier 1 and Tier 2 law schools.” While that would be sensible … Continue reading

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Legal Analytics, Machine Learning + Comments on the Status of Innovation in the Legal Industry – Professors Daniel Martin Katz & Michael J Bommarito II – Presentation @ The Forum on Legal Evolution – NYC 02.26.14

Legal Analytics, Machine Learning and Some Comments on the Status of Innovation in the Legal Industry – Professors Daniel Martin Katz & Michael J Bommarito II – Presentation @ The Forum on Legal Evolution- NYC 02.26.14 from Daniel Martin Katz

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Hilary Mason – Machine Learning for Hackers

Hilary Mason – Machine Learning for Hackers from BACON: things developers love on Vimeo. HT: Noah Waisberg (Diligence Engine Blog)

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Rank and Filed – SEC Filings for Humans

Really Impressive Work!  – Read More Here.   (HT to Ted Sichelman)

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Legal Analytics – Introduction to the Course –
Professors Daniel Martin Katz + Michael J Bommarito

Legal Analytics – Introduction to the Course – Professor Daniel Martin Katz + Professor Michael J Bommartio II from Daniel Martin Katz Here is an introductory slide deck from “Legal Analytics” which is a course that Mike Bommarito and I … Continue reading

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Measuring the Complexity of the Law: The United States Code
( Slides by Daniel Martin Katz & Michael J. Bommarito II )

Measuring the Complexity of the Law: The United States Code ( Slides by Daniel Martin Katz & Michael J. Bommarito II ) from Daniel Martin Katz

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Over 800 Folks in Attendance at Cooper Union for
ReInventLaw NYC 2014 – Thanks So Much For Coming!

It is a wrap for #ReInventLaw NYC 2014. We finished up with just over 800 folks in attendance for this free, public facing event at the Cooper Union (~725 at the peak of the day according to the security guards … Continue reading

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Network Analysis and the Law — 3D-Hi-Def Visualization of the Time Evolving Citation Network of the United States Supreme Court

What are some of the key takeaway points? (1) The Supreme Court’s increasing reliance upon its own decisions over the 1800-1830 window. (2) The important role of maritime/admiralty law in the early years of the Supreme Court’s citation network. At … Continue reading

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A Case Study in Legal Annotation (Wyner, Peters & Katz)

This is an ongoing project with Adam Wyner (Dept. of Computer Science @ University of Aberdeen) and Wim Peters (Dept. of Computer Science + NLP Group @ University of Sheffield) … our very initial pilot project was presented at the … Continue reading

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ABA Journal partners with Michigan State University College of Law to Present ReInvent Law NYC 2014

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