The workshop is hosted by the Law Center’s Program on Law and Computation.
According to the workshop announcement:
The workshop will provide opportunities to show ways in which advanced computation can aid in the understanding of law and will demonstrate techniques from the fields of statistics, evolutionary computation, data mining, artificial intelligence, computational linguistics, and networks.
Presenters at the workshop are scheduled to include:
- Dr. Stephen Wolfram of Wolfram Research;
- Professor Paul Ohm of the University of Colorado School of Law;
- Carl Malamud of Public.Resource.Org and the Law.Gov legal open government data movement;
- Daniel Martin Katz of the University of Michigan’s Center for the Study of Complex Systems and Computational Legal Studies;
- Emile de Maat of the Leibniz Center for Law at the University of Amsterdam;
- Michael Bommarito of Computational Legal Studies;
- Prof. Alan Izenman of Temple University;
- Mark Kotanchek of Evolved Analytics;
- Prof. Chris Reed of the University of Dundee;
- Prof. Ted. Sichelman of the University of San Diego; and
- Prof. Harry Surden of the University of Colorado.
For more information, please see the workshop announcement.