This semester Dazza Greenwood and his MIT legal physics research team are cooperating with colleagues at the University of Missouri-Kansas City Law School and the Brooklyn Law Incubator and Policy (BLIP) Clinic to co-teach a course involving collaborative development of legal technologies; the course has the title: Special projects in law, technology, and public policy.
The course seems to be structured as a series of legal hackathons.
Course materials are being posted at: http://legalhackathon.org/
The course syllabus is available at: http://legalhackathon.org/post/umkc-law-school-collaboration/
A prototype created during last week’s class is called Simplify and Streamline Federal Campaign Reporting, and is available at: http://legalhackathon.org/post/overview-oct-01-test/
Video of part of last week’s class is available at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aztOt12-Fk0