Online Workshop on Computational Analysis of Law
20 Sept. 12–1:15pm Jens Frankenreiter. Deliberately Opaque? Analyzing the Determinants of the Use of Complex Language by the European Court of Justice. Discussant: Joe Sutherland (Columbia).
17 Oct. 12–1:15pm Jessica A. Schoenherr. Does the Argument Matter? Using Text Analysis of Merits Briefs to Study U.S. Supreme Court Decision-Making. Discussant: Mike Livermore (UVA).
13 Nov. 12–1:15 pm Joe Miller. IP Law’s Semantic Self-Portrait: A Co-Citation Analysis. Discussant: Eugenie Dugoua (LSE).
4 December 12–1:15 Kevin Cope. Dynamic Ideology. Discussant: Kristen M. Renberg (Duke).
22 January 12–1:15 Bernhard Ganglmair. Complexity, Standardization, and the Design of Loan Agreements. Discussant: Elliott Ash (ETH).
15 February 12–1:15 Robert Sprague. One Hundred Twenty Years of U.S. Privacy Law Scholarship: A Latent Semantic Analysis. Discussant: Janet Freilich (Fordham).
5 March 12–1:15 Karl Branting. Prediction and Decision Support for Routine Administrative Adjudications. Discussant: Daniel Rockmore (Dartmouth).
16 April 12–1:15 Charlotte Alexander. Plaintiffs’ Attorney Networks as Litigation Drivers. Discussant: Anthony Niblett (Toronto).
14 May 12–1:15 Frank Fagan. Contractual and Corporate Good Faith: A Unified Perspective from Big Data. Discussant: Anne Tucker (Georgia State University).
All times Eastern Standard Time