CodeX Future Law Conference
May 20, 2016 | Palo Alto, California
What happens when you combine legal code and computer code? CodeX—The Stanford Center for Legal Informatics, a center jointly operated by Stanford Law School and the Stanford Computer Science Department.
CodeX’s mission is to develop technologies that empower all parties in our legal system: lawyers, judges, policy-makers, and the public at large.
These legal technologies help:
– People find, understand, and comply with legal rules that govern their lives;
– Law-making bodies analyze proposed laws for cost, overlap, and inconsistency; and
– Enforcement authorities ensure compliance with the law.
These advancements lead to the next frontier of legal technology, bringing new levels of legal transparency and individual empowerment. Computational Law CodeX ‘s emphasis is on the research and development of computational law—the branch of legal informatics concerned with the automation and mechanization of legal analysis.
At CodeX, researchers, lawyers, entrepreneurs and technologists work side-by-side to advance the frontier of legal technology, bringing new levels of legal efficiency, transparency, and access to legal systems around the world. CodeX‘s emphasis is on the research and development of computational law — the branch of legal informatics concerned with the automation and mechanization of legal analysis.
CodeX FutureLaw 2016
More information at the CodeX FutureLaw 2016 Website
The CodeX FutureLaw 2016 conference brought together the leading academics, entrepreneurs, lawyers, investors, policy makers, and engineers spearheading the tech-driven transformation of our legal system.
FutureLaw 2016 featured several panel sessions on topics including:
- Government advancements in open data policies impacting legal practice
- IBM’s Watson and related machine learning tools
- Computational law update
- Overcoming the barriers to legal tech adoption
- Legal tech in academy
- Data and the criminal justice system
- A view from the bench: the use of IT by judges in analyzing questions of law
The New Legal Tech Communities
Jason Moyse participated on the panel and has since become a Fellow of the CodeX program.
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