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Hagan and Kimbro: Access Hub Project: Designing new resources for legal service providers

Margaret Hagan has a new post about her and Stephanie Kimbro‘s project: The Access Hub Project: Designing new resources for legal service providers. Here are excerpts from the post: I’ve been working alongside Steph Kimbro to do some scoping & … Continue reading

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Surden: Computable Contracts – Part 2

Professor Harry Surden of the University of Colorado has posted Computable Contracts – Part 2, at Concurring Opinions. Here is a summary of the post: This is the second part of a series explaining “computable contracts.” For more about what … Continue reading

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Maharg: Emergent educational designs and distributed autonomous organisations

Professor Dr. Paul Maharg of Australian National University has posted Emergent educational designs and distributed autonomous organisations, at his blog. The post begins with comments on Kate Galloway, LL.M.‘s earlier post: Legal education in a digital context. Professor Maharg’s post … Continue reading

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Hagan: The Guardianship Navigator Project

Dr. Margaret Hagan of Stanford University has posted The Guardianship Navigator Project at the blog of the Program for Legal Tech + Design. Here are excerpts from the post: Welcome to the project page for the Guardianship Navigator Project. We … Continue reading

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Galloway: Legal education in a digital context

Kate Galloway, LL.M., of James Cook University has posted Legal education in a digital context, at Curl. Here are excerpts from the post: [...] In this post I will develop the idea of digital literacy in the law curriculum. I … Continue reading

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Manzoli: Vignelli and legal design

Serena Manzoli, JD, of Wildcat has posted Law and Vignelli, first analogy. Here are excerpts from the post: Great designer Massimo Vignelli passed away a couple of weeks ago. An expected outburst of cleverly written obituaries has followed. They provided … Continue reading

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Surden: Computable Contracts Explained – Part 1

[UPDATE: Part 2 of Harry Surden's post on Computable Contracts is now available.] Professor Harry Surden of the University of Colorado has posted Computable Contracts Explained – Part 1, at Concurring Opinions. Here are excerpts from the post: I had … Continue reading

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Hagan: Law for Normal People

Margaret Hagan of Stanford University has posted Law for Normal People, at Open Law Lab. Here are excerpts from the post: Over this past fellowship year, I’ve run so many workshops and pop-up classes on how to make law more … Continue reading

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Mill: Following the FISA Court: New Website, New Data

Eric Mill has posted Following the FISA Court: New Website, New Data, at his blog. Here are excerpts from the post: Short version: The FISA Court has a new website, and @FISACourt is way smarter because I’m turning their entire … Continue reading

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Boehmig, Hwang, and Sawaya: New legal text parsing system: The Restatement Project

Jason Boehmig, Tim Hwang, and Paul Sawaya have posted Rough Consensus, Running Standards: The Restatement Project, at VoxPopuLII. Here are excerpts from the post: [...] Supported by a grant from the Knight Foundation Prototype Fund, Restatement is a simple, rough-and-ready … Continue reading

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