The course materials include a syllabus and lecture slides.
The course covers such topics as analysis of law-related “big data” sets, quantitative legal prediction, legal Semantic Web technology, and artificial intelligence and law.
The course features presentations by Dr. Adam Wyner of the University of Liverpool Department of Computer Science, on legal Semantic Web technology, and Jack G. Conrad of Thomson Reuters, on artificial intelligence and law.
Course participants will also attend LawTechCamp London 2012, the legal technology unconference, 29 June 2012.
The course is being offered as part of The 21st Century Law Practice London Summer Program 2012, sponsored by Michigan State University College of Law and the University of Westminster School of Law.
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