Month: February 2019
The Three Forms of Legal Prediction – Experts, Crowds & Algorithms (Online Seminar with IE Law School)
Legal Technology and Innovation is global and I am proud to have the chance to teach in the LegalTech Masters Program at IE Law School in Madrid. This week, I will offer an online kickoff seminar on topics related to the program (sign up using the link) I look forward to meeting all of the students in the program next month in Madrid.
#PredictiveAnalytics #LegalInnovation #LegalAI#LegalData
#MachineLearning #LegalTech#LegalTechnology #LegalScience
Analog, Digital + Computational Institutions
This module will continue our exploration of the transaction cost view of economic history. The past 150 years can be divided into three eras — the analog era, the digital era and the computational era. v1.02
Now Accepting Applications for the Legal Technology and Operations Summer School – July 1 – 19 at Bucerius Law School in Hamburg
Now accepting applications for the Legal Technology and Operations Summer School – July 1 – 19 at Bucerius Law School in Hamburg, Germany. This program is open to both law students as well as legal professionals looking to learn more about how to bring both technology and operations discipline to the legal industry. I am happy to help direct this program with Dirk Hartung and look forward to 2019 Edition of the Summer School. #LegalTech#LegalInnovation #LegalOperations
Big Data: Legal Firms Play ‘Moneyball’ (Quoted in the FT Big Read)
I am excited to be quoted in the FT’s Big Read today!