Updated: Syllabus on Law as a Complex Adaptive System, by Katz & Bommarito

Daniel Martin Katz and Michael J. Bommarito II, both of the University of Michigan’s Center for the Study of Complex Systems and Computational Legal Studies, have updated their syllabus on law as a complex adaptive system. This syllabus lists a wealth of material relevant to the study of law as an information and knowledge system, and so should be of interest to many legal informatics researchers.

Mr. Katz has also posted slides from his recent course, Introduction to Computing for Complex Systems.

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One Response to Updated: Syllabus on Law as a Complex Adaptive System, by Katz & Bommarito

  1. legalinformatics says:

    Law as a Complex System: Updated Reading List – April 2011 by @computational http://bit.ly/gLmsLQ

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