Tag Archives: computational legal studies

LexPredict Agreement Database (Over 400,000 High Quality Contracts) – For Research or Building Commercial Applications

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How Smart Resolution Planning Can Help Banks Improve Transparency, Increase Profitability and Reduce Risk (Lippe, Putnis, Katz & Hurst)

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IBM Watson for Contract Analytics at Legal OnRamp
(via Ron Friedmann)

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LexPredict Hackathon Challenge – Extracting Simple Contract Metadata

Beyond the specific prize attached to upcoming hackathon event, we welcome anyone who (for fun) would like to take a crack at this challenge. Email us directly (Daniel Martin Katz or Mike Bommarito) – if you would like to work … Continue reading

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Our Future Sits at the Intersection of Artificial Intelligence and Blockchain (via OReilly Podcast)

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May 2015 Chicago Lawyer Magazine – My Profile in Anticipation of Getting Started at Illinois Tech – Chicago Kent Law This Fall!

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Stanford CodeX FutureLaw Conference 2015 – Conference on Innovation, Technology and the Future of the Legal Industry

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Declaration on Behalf of Carl Malamud / PublicResource.org Efforts to Seek a Fee Waiver for PACER (via law.resource.org)

I signed a declaration — Read more about it here!

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Chicago Legal Innovation & Technology Meetup
(@Skadden in Chicago)

Thanks to everyone who joined us last night @Skadden for the Chicago Legal Innovation & Technology Meetup.  Our next meeting is at Chapman & Cutler in May with a series of additional events in the months to come …

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Obamacare’s Chances Of Survival Have Improved (But It Is Still Very Close)

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Even The Algorithms Think Obamacare’s Survival Is A Tossup (via 538.com)

Today’s 538 coverage of the Supreme Court presents both our Supreme Court prediction algorithm (which we call {Marshall+}) and our crowd based platform called “Fantasy SCOTUS.” Both approaches point to a very close decision in the latest Obamacare case (i.e. … Continue reading

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Daniel Martin Katz to Join IIT Chicago-Kent Faculty to Support Chicago Kent’s Ongoing Initiative to Build the Preeminent
Law & Technology Program in the Country

I am excited to announce that I am leaving MSU to join the Chicago-Kent College of Law where I have accepted a lateral offer starting this summer. It is has been a good run here at MSU Law and wish … Continue reading

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A Quantitative Analysis of Trends in Writing Style on the U.S. Supreme Court ( via Carlson, Livermore & Rockmore )

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Measuring, Monitoring and Managing Legal Complexity
( J.B. Ruhl & Daniel Martin Katz )

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LegalAnalyticsCourse.com — Now Online (but still in beta)

This intro class is designed to train students to efficiently manage, collect, explore, analyze, and communicate in a legal profession that is increasingly being driven by data. Our goal is to imbue our students with the capability to understand the … Continue reading

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

Here is an introductory slide deck from “Legal Analytics” which is a course that Mike Bommarito and I are teaching this semester. Relevant legal applications include predictive coding in e-discovery (i.e. classification), early case assessment and overall case prediction, pricing … Continue reading

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