As part of the 21st Century Law Practice Summer London Law Program, I had the opportunity to present a class on Topics in Natural Language Processing of Legal Texts. My thanks to Dan Katz for organising this and to the class for their interest.
Dan, co-organiser Renee Knake at Michigan State University, and their colleagues at the University of Westminster are up to good things in law and technology – well worth watching.
To cap off the Law Program, the summer program organised a Law Tech Camp of short and TED style presentations on topics. It is an excellent program of talks from members of the legal industry, practicing lawyers, and academics. I have a talk about Crowdsourcing Legal Text Annotation, which is also discussed in a previous post. The talks are videotaped and made available online (TBA).
By Adam Wyner
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