Eight Is Great?

Why does the U.S. Supreme Court have an odd number of justices; what would happen if it didn’t? In the summer of 2014, well before the death of Justice Antonin Scalia and the ensuing political turmoil about filling his vacancy, I attended a conference at Stanford dealing with the logical formalisms of inconsistency (“Inconsistency Robustness”).  It […]

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CNBC Article on AI in Law Firms

This month CNBC Journalist Eric Rosenbaum interviewed me for an article entitled “Can elite law firms survive the rise of artificial intelligence? The jury is still out“. Below is one of several sections in the article in which I am quoted. Dolin noted that Google has a dashboard that allows its legal counsel to monitor the billing […]

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Video: Implementing Innovation: The Challenges to Changing Big Law

Below is the video from a panel presentation entitled Implementing Innovation: The Challenges to Changing Big Law that was held at Stanford Law School by the Center for the Legal Profession on May 19th, 2015.  I was pleased to present my work with Thomas Buley, JD/MBA candidate at Stanford on this topic and to engage with Stephen Poor, […]

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Syllabus & Course Reader for Legal Technology & Informatics at Notre Dame Law School

This week my co-instructor, Jason Boehmig, and I kicked off our course on Legal Technology and Informatics at Notre Dame Law School. Our first guest speaker was Andy Jurczyk, CIO of Seyfarth Shaw. We have a great line-up of speakers running throughout the semester. Below is the updated syllabus for the course listing all of our speakers as well […]

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