Tag Archives: Tim Hwang

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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CodeX FutureLaw 2014 Conference on Legal Technology and the Legal Profession: Storify, tweets, and resources

CodeX FutureLaw 2014 Conference — “a conference focusing on how technology is changing the landscape of the legal profession and the law more broadly” — was held 2 May 2014 at Stanford Law School. The conference was organized by CodeX: … Continue reading

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CodeX FutureLaw 2014 Conference on Legal Technology and the Legal Profession: 2 May 2014, Stanford

CodeX FutureLaw 2014 Conference — “a conference focusing on how technology is changing the landscape of the legal profession and the law more broadly” — will be held 2 May 2014 at Stanford Law School. The conference is organized by … Continue reading

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Hwang: Social Architecture of Intelligent Systems Project at Data and Society Research Institute

Tim Hwang will lead a project on Social Architecture of Intelligent Systems, at the new Data and Society Research Institute in New York. According to Tim, the project will involve legal informatics to some extent: Legal informatics definitely a part … Continue reading

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Minick: California To Privatize Court Docketing Systems; and an Open Source Response?

Courtney Minick has posted California To Privatize Court Docketing Systems, at Onward Justia. Here are excerpts: Courthouse News reported this week on the “land grab” in California’s local court systems. When the courts announced last year that they were killing … Continue reading

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Legal Hacking, Technology, and Innovation Groups

There now appear to be more than twenty legal hacking, technology, or innovation groups meeting regularly and hosting legal hacking, legal startup showcases, or similar events: Legal Hackers Atlanta Legal Innovation & Technology Meetup Austin Legal Tech and Legal Innovation … Continue reading

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Hwang: The Laws of Legal Robotics: Automatons, AI, and the ABA

Tim Hwang, JD, has posted a working paper entitled The Laws of (Legal) Robotics: Automatons, AI, and the ABA, at Robot, Robot, & Hwang. Here is a summary: [...] How do we unlock the benefits that technology might bring in … Continue reading

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