I am very happy to be included among most cited scholars in the network of the INTERNATIONAL BAR ASSOCIATION – PRESIDENT’S TASK FORCE ON THE FUTURE OF LEGAL SERVICES along with John Flood, the late Larry Ribstein, Richard Susskind, Paul Lippe, Tanina Rostain, William Henderson among many others …
I was revisiting some of our old stuff for this Oslo event -early on for us on our #LegalPhysics #LegalAnalytics path – published in Physica A – “By applying our sink clustering method, we obtain a dendrogram of the network’s largest weakly connected component shown in Fig. 4. However, despite their general topical relatedness, these two clusters of cases engage substantively different sub-questions, and are thus appropriately divided into separate clusters. While not a major focus of the docket of the modern court, the early court elaborated a number of important legal concepts through the lens of these admiralty decisions. For example, the red group of cases engages questions of presidential power and the laws of war, as well as general interpretations of the Prize Acts of 1812. Meanwhile, the blue cluster engages questions surrounding tort liability, jurisdiction, and the burden of proof.”
Yesterday was the 2nd Edition of The Forum on Legal Evolution – Hosted at Northwestern University Pritzker School of Law — The Forum is comprised of legal innovators and early adopters, organized around a shared interest in the changing legal market. Paul Lippe + Mark Chandler received lifetime achievement awards. Thanks to William Henderson and his team for organizing the event!
Tomorrow I will be speaking at The Future of Law Schools Conference – Organized by the Thomson Reuters Legal Executive Institute.
Here is our panel which kicks off the afternoon –
David Curle, Director, Market Intelligence, Thomson Reuters Legal
Daniel B. Rodriguez, Dean @ Northwestern Pritzker School of Law
Joseph Harroz, Dean @ University of Oklahoma
Daniel Martin Katz, Assoc. Prof @ Illinois Tech – Chicago Kent Law
Gabriel H. Teninbaum, Professor @ Suffolk University Law School
Tanina Rostain, Professor @ Georgetown Law
See article here
Last night – I was inducted into the College of Law Practice Management – it is a real honor to join an amazing class of inductees and current fellows ! #COLPM
Very excited to be here for the Futures Conference of the College of Law Practice Management. Tonight I will be induced as as Fellow of the College (along with a range of other inductees).
See coverage of our conference here
This is my Presentation for the NALP Conference on Emerging Legal Careers.
Tomorrow I will deliver the Thursday Keynote at the Legal Week Strategic Technology Forum in San Diego. I look forward to connecting with old friends and making new friends at the event!
All of these trends are well documented … so no new ground here … but interesting to see this surface …
Honored to deliver the keynote at yesterday’s NALP Summit on Emerging Careers for Law Grads
Thanks to Marlon Hylton and the rest of the team from Cassels Brock for inviting me to keynote their inaugural Legal Innovation Forum !
Last week we had the pleasure of offering a demo at the Frankfurt Legal Technology and Innovation Meetup – Demo Night. We gave a remote demo of ContraxSuite (our contracts / legal document analytics platform).