Category Archives: Interviews

MIT Media Lab: Computational Legal Science research, and Legal Clinic

[Update as of 18 February 2014: I've added a new post providing more information about Computational Legal Science research at MIT Media Lab.] Dazza Greenwood, JD, of MIT Media Lab, writes on his Website that his “2013/2014 academic year research … Continue reading

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New interview with John Sheridan about Legislation.gov.uk, Good Law, and Open Legislative Data

A new interview with John Sheridan of The National Archives (UK) has been posted by Alex Howard at E Pluribus Unum: U.K. National Archives makes ‘good law’ online, builds upon open data as a platform. The post discusses Sheridan’s Legislation.gov.uk … Continue reading

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deLevie on Legal Technology and Legal Hacking

An interview with software developer and law student Alan deLevie of American University has been posted at LawLytics: Attorneys, Learn To Code (Part II): Interview With A ‘Legal Hacker’. Here are excerpts from the interview: [...] We ended Computer Science … Continue reading

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Kahana on research in artificial intelligence and law

Eran Kahana, Esq., of Stanford CodeX: Center for Legal Informatics, was recently interviewed about his research on artificial intelligence and law, by David Levine for the Stanford Center for Internet and Society’s Hearsay Culture radio program. Click here for the … Continue reading

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Interview with Núria Casellas: Legally Linked: Linked Open Data Principles Applied To Code Of Federal Regulations

An interview with Dr. Núria Casellas of the Legal Information Institute at Cornell University Law School (LII), entitled Legally Linked: Linked Open Data Principles Applied To Code Of Federal Regulations, has been published at semanticweb.com. In this interview, Dr. Casellas … Continue reading

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Malamud on Law.gov & Reforming Government IT

Carl Malamud of Public.Resource.Org discussed the Law.gov legal open government data project with Hari Sreenivasan on PBS NewsHour on 8 September 2010. Carl also gave the keynote address, about reform of U.S. federal government information technology (IT) practices, at the … Continue reading

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Yu on Bringing Open Government to Courts

An interview has been posted with Harlan Yu of the Princeton University Center for Information Technology Policy (CITP), about the development of RECAP, the controversy over charging fees for access to court records through PACER, privacy respecting court records, the … Continue reading

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Jackson on WestlawNext and the State of the Art in Legal Information Systems

Dr. Peter Jackson, Chief Scientist and Vice President of Technology at Thomson Reuters, discusses the new WestlawNext computer-assisted legal research system, and the current state of the art in legal information systems, in a very interesting interview with Jason Wilson … Continue reading

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