[Update 20 April 2011: Click here for videos of the entire NELIC conference. HT @LSNTAP.]
NELIC 2011: The New and Emerging Legal Infrastructures Conference, will be held 15 April 2011, at the University of California, Berkeley School of Law, Boalt Hall, in Berkeley, California, USA.
According to the announcement, invited speakers will address the following topics:
- “Quantitative Legal Prediction“: such as applying “machine learning” and “natural language processing” to develop “statistical model[s]” of “judicial decision-making”;
- “Legal Financing and Securitization“
- “The Future of Legal Automation“
- “Legal Interfaces and User Experiences“: including implications for access “to the legal system.”
As of today, the speakers include Joshua Walker of Lex Machina; and Daniel Martin Katz of the University of Michigan Center for the Study of Complex Systems.
For registration or more information, please see the conference announcement.
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