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
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 my MSU colleagues all the best.
The opportunity to be part of one of the long standing and premier law+tech programs is extremely exciting and I look forward to doing great things with my new colleagues at Chicago Kent. As noted in the press release, I am excited to “assume a key leadership role in the law school’s ongoing initiative to build the preeminent law and technology program in the country!”
More to come starting this summer …