I’ve started a newsletter at my school, highlighting interesting legal and technology stories – but some weeks, I am overwhelmed. I want to keep the newsletter small and manageable, so I’ve decided to use the blog for overflow: items I think are worth reading that didn’t make this week’s newsletter. This will largely be open-web
How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Legal Technology
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Is There An App For That? Presentation at CALICon ’19
I like games. Pinball. Arkanoid (kinda like Pong, but in space and more colors and the cursor can turn into different things), hidden object games, trivia games. Also, I like the law. A lot.
There may be those who feel that the law and games really shouldn’t mix, outside of Phoenix Wright, Ace Attorney.
New episode of Chaotic Lawful, featuring attorney Becki Lee
Episode 2 of Chaotic Lawful is out. In it, I interview Becki Lee, an IP attorney at Seyfarth Shaw, about Seyfarth Lean, the firm’s process management system utilizing lean and six sigma principles.
New to process management? Here are some links to give you an idea of what those terms mean and how they…
Chaotic Lawful podcast: Intro & addendum
I am getting in on the podcast game. It’s called Chaotic Lawful and will focus on change in the legal industry. The first episode is linked here.
Most of the episode is a long introduction, but the last portion addresses a new Nature article about algorithmic bias. Following is a link to the article…
Compendium: Legal Innovation, Technology and Law Schools
There is so much going on in the legal tech sphere, particularly as it applies to legal education. Here are a couple of stories from this week:
The Legal Technology Laboratory by Michael Hunter Schwartz, on the blog What Great Law Schools Do
Cognifying Legal Education by Brian Dalton at Above the Law
Robots vs. Lawyers – A Nuanced Take
Did you see this study? If you follow #legaltech in any online sphere, it was ubiquitous.
[pretty infographic here, 40-page PDF – you have to submit your name and email to download it directly from Lawgeex]
Which led to such headlines as:
Welcome to StrangeLaw, Esq. The robot lawyers are here (here meaning China)
Welcome! This is StrangeLaw, Esq.: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Legal Technology. I’m Eli Edwards, and I’m an Emerging Technologies Research Librarian at Santa Clara University School of Law. Per the job title, I wanted to have a space to discuss legaltech issues and how Santa Clara Law is approaching them. Now…