Over the past few years, we have hosted a number of conferences devoted to various sub-topics in legal innovation including The Make Law Better Conference, Fin Legal Tech Conference and the Block Legal Tech Conference. We have aggregated videos from these events on TheLawLabChannel.com for you to enjoy at your convenience.
Lots has happened since Mike and I launched this site back in 2009 including a much larger community of folks interested in Computational Law. See the picture above from the Second Post on this blog.
We are rebooting Computational Legal Studies after a ~16 month break and back filling it with content that we have posted on other platforms such as LinkedIn, Facebook, etc.
It is good to be back pursuing the Computational Legal Agenda through this site.
We have a bunch of things in the works including our book “Legal Informatics” which is being released by Cambridge University Press in February 2021!
Daniel Martin Katz & Michael Bommarito
Interesting development – DLA Piper Gets Into Litigation Finance Game With New Fund.
Yesterday we had our Introductory Pre Session of the Bucerius Legal Tech Essentials … the video for our intro session in now available on YouTube (see video above).
The official first session begins in earnest Monday June 29th Noon US Central / 700pm CEST. It is not too late to join us if you still want to sign up for FREE — https://techsummer.law-school.de/
And the conversation continues at #BuceriusLegalTech …
See you on Monday !
ARE YOU READY? Bucerius Legal Tech Essentials starts this week with our Intro Session on Thursday (regular sessions begin on Monday June 29th) … Over 3200+ Participants from 90+ Countries and the Conversation continues at #BuceriusLegalTech …
You can still Sign up today for FREE — https://techsummer.law-school.de/
Thanks as always to Baker McKenzie for Sponsoring and thank you to our global academic and organizational partners (Stanford CodeX, Chicago Kent & European Legal Technology Association) !
Dirk Hartung and I also would like to also thank our Confirmed Lecturers — Roland Vogl Janis Beckedorf Alma Asay Liam Brown David Perla Daniel W. Linna Jr. Gloria Sanchez J.B. Ruhl How Khang Lim William Henderson Corinna Coupette Shannon Salter Richard Susskind Markus Hartung Mary O’Carroll Daniel B. Rodriguez Mari Sako John Duggan Lucy Endel Bassli Riikka Koulu David Cambria Valérie Saintot …
#legaltech #legalinnovation #legalops #lawschool #legaleducation #law #makelawbetter #legalai #legalprofession
We are very happy that Clifford Chance has selected ContraxSuite and LexNLP to power its Legal Data Science Lab … Overall, I think there is increasing interest in flexible AI toolkits as opposed to individual point solutions. We are happy that a number of leading law firms, including Clifford Chance, have chosen to license our offerings, including but not limited to ContraxSuite and LexNLP.
#LegalTech #LegalAI #LegalData #LegalDataScience
Today Professor Dr. Wolfgang Hoffmann-Riem of Bucerius Law School — Former Justice on the German (Supreme) Constitutional Court – provided the Opening Lecture at the Bucerius Summer School in Legal Technology & Operations … Many more Lectures to follow over the next three weeks !
Today – I gave the Opening Keynote at LawTech San Francisco Forum – co-organized by the International Finance Corporation (World Bank Group) and Hogan Lovells.
Exciting to teach my Legal Informatics + Technology Course here in the GPLLM Program as a Visiting Professor here at the University of Toronto Law — #LegalTech #LegalData #LegalInnovation #MakeLawBetter #LegalEducation
Yesterday we had a great first session of my course – Legal Tech & Informatics — the Innovation, Law and Tech – Executive LLM Program at UToronto Law ! #LegalTech #LegalInnovation #LegalData
Enjoyed my panel and the comings and goings here at LegalWeek LegalTech NYC 2018 – more than 10,000 here for the largest technology trade show on law!
See article here
Thanks to Marlon Hylton and the rest of the team from Cassels Brock for inviting me to keynote their inaugural Legal Innovation Forum !