Online Workshop on the Computational Analysis of Law
19 Sept. 12–1:15pm Anne Tucker. Investment Company Disclosures: Qualities, Content, and Compliance. Discussant: Quinn Curtis (UVA).
16 Oct. 12–1:15pm Elliott Ash and Daniel L. Chen. Implicit Bias in the Judiciary. Discussant: Ryan Copus (Harvard)
12 Nov. 12–1:15 pm Jed Stiglitz. Observability and Reasoned Discourse: Evidence from the U.S. Senate. Discussant: Susan Navarro Smelcer (Georgia State University).
4 Dec. 12–1:15 pm Julian Nyarko. Do You Ever Read the Fine Print? The Potential and Limitations of Text Analysis for Consumer Contracts. Discussant: Frank Fagan (EDHEC).
25 Feb. 12–1:15 pm Magnus Esmark. Sectorising the European Court of Human Rights: A Data-Driven Analysis of the Effects of Organisational Changes on the Coherence of Jurisprudence. Discussant: Jens Frankenreiter (Columbia).
17 March 12–1:15 pm Joseph Scott Miller. “Justice X, dissenting”: A Citation-Network Approach to Mapping Ideology. Discussant: Sofia Amaral-Garcia (KU Leuven).
7 April 12–1:15 pm Charles Crabtree and Kevin Cope. Are Lawyers Biased Against Female Judges? Evidence from Thousands of Anonymous Evaluations. Discussant: Marion Dumas (LSE).
5 May 12–1:15 pm Peter Grajz and Peter Murrell. The Early Character and the Subsequent Evolution of English Common Law: A Machine-Learning Investigation. Discussant: Lincoln Mullen (George Mason University).
All times Eastern Standard Time