LexGLUE Paper Accepted at ACL 2022 Main Conference in Dublin

Our LexGLUE paper was Accepted in the ACL Main Conference.

Happy to continue to push forward with further updates to the project in the months and years to come. As an academic and technical field, we need to continue to marry general NLP techniques to the intrinsic Complexity of Legal Language ‚ÄĒ obviously we still have great distance to cover but we are moving in the right direction !

PrePrint Version v.3 on arXiv – https://arxiv.org/abs/2110.00976
ACL 2022 ūüáģūüá™https://www.2022.aclweb.org/

Computational Legal Studies – Our Journey and Our Thoughts Circa 2022 (Presentation at the Singapore Management University Computational Legal Studies Conference)

Last night — I presented a joint presentation with Michael Bommarito at the Computational Legal Studies Conference at Singapore Management University.¬† Our Presentation was entitled ‚ÄúComputational Legal Studies – Our Journey and Our Thoughts Circa 2022‚Ä̬†

It has been an exciting journey from creating a blog called Computational Legal Studies to seeing a high quality conference featuring this name.  

Congrats to the Jerrold Soh and all of the Organizers at the SMU Yong Pung How School of Law and Centre for Computational Law ‚ÄĒ it is a great collection of presentations and technical papers !¬† Access the full agenda here.