In addition to working with other lawyers and law students on research projects for Harvard Law School’s Center on the Legal Profession and Notre Dame Law School,  Ron is also an investor in legal technology startups and provides consultation to a number of startups located in Silicon Valley. He works with large law firms internationally exploring ways to inject disruptive innovation into the practice of law. Below is an index for the articles posted on this blog as well as a selection of slides and videos from Ron’s presentations and projects.

Index of Articles

Eight is Great? Why does the U.S. Supreme Court have an odd number of justices; what would happen if it didn’t?, November 25, 2016

Law Librarians: The Hidden Bastions of Data-Driven Innovation, March 20, 2016

Death By A Thousand Cuts — In Gratitude, October 13, 2015

Legal Disruption? Uhm, It’s Complicated, August 7, 2015

Measuring the Subjective, May 26, 2015

UPL, Technology, and Access to Justice, April 30, 2015

Quality Metric Example: Litigation Witness Files, April 24, 2015

Getting To New Law: Standardized Quality Metrics, March 25, 2015

Big Law as Legal Fiction and the Lack of Innovation, January 18, 2015

Legal ROI: Quality & Innovation, Incorporating Efficiency, October 22, 2014

Designing a User-Friendly Patent System, October 14, 2016

Inconsistency Robustness and the Law: A Random Walk, Conference

on Inconsistency Robustness, Stanford University, July 29-31, 2014

ODR and Legal Tech

Thinking Outside the Bar

Keep Calm and Carry On?

Center on the Legal Profession

What is Patentable?

Law Firm Leader Conference