I am honored to be selected by FastCase as one of the top 50 innovators in legal technology.
This year’s Fastcase 50 is deep with quantitative legal theorists – and Josh Blackman is a maverick law professor at the heart of this big data revolution in law. Josh is the founder of Fantasy SCOTUS, essentially a prediction market for U.S. Supreme Court decisions, and of the Harlan Institute, which sponsors a Fantasy SCOTUS competition for high school students. He has written on subjects as wide-ranging as tort law for robotics and a book on the history of the Affordable Care Act in the courts. Did we mention that he’s been a law professor for less than a year?
Kudos to everyone else on the list.