#lawtechcamplondon 2: data and the law

Resources and tweets from the later sessions at LawTech Camp London, mainly covering legal informatics and related topics.


  1. #lawtechcamplondon 1: disruptive innovation? covers the earlier sessions and some reflections. 
  2. Two tracks. Below, live blog from the cloud and crowd track, plus presentations from three of the sessions (Virtual Courthouse, FantasySCOTUS, crowdsourcing case annotation). Track also included Richard Cohen (Epoq) demonstrating a system which can build, review and deliver a will from a standing start in 45 minutes, and Raj Abhyanker on the Trademarkia search engine and the development of Apple Stores for law. 
  3. FantasySCOTUS, gamifying the law? Uses Big Data to analyse judges and their decisions. 
  4. Josh Blackman Presents at LawTechCamp London 2012 - Assisted Decision Making
  5. Adam Wyner of the University of Liverpool presented an e-annotation tool for a rich corpus of law, which can be used as a learning tool for law students. 
  6. Less coverage from the media, spaces and places track - here's three tweets, plus the presentation from Michele DeStefano: 
  7. Two talks on law and big data followed. First up, Jack Conrad from Thompson Reuters: 
  8. It was Dan Katz though who captured the imagination with his work on quantitative legal prediction: