I will be talking about Assisted Decision Making: Big Data and the Law.
Please sign up and attend if you are in the area. I will also be attending the Empirical Legal Studies Conference at Stanford, so I hope to see everyone there.
Here are the details:
Viewing the law as data reveals trends and patterns of how courts, judges, attorneys, and parties function. This knowledge can facilitate the analysis of how courts work and how courts decide cases. Professor Blackman will discuss and demonstrate “Assisted Decision Making.” With “Assisted Decision Making” technology, attorneys can improve the representation of their clients through a more detailed understanding of how similar litigation in the past has proceeded, and non-lawyers can obtain easier access to justice.
Friday, November 9, 2012
The William H. Neukom Building at Stanford Law School, Room N102
Food will be served.
Here is the video from my presentation on the same topic last week at Michigan State.
Here is the dashboard cam:
Renee took this cool picture of my Matrix slide–you gotta be like Neo. View the law as data.
Here are the slides: