Computable contracts are legal contracts that are formulated in computer-understandable form. Such contracts are emerging in multiple sectors including finance, law, e-commerce, insurance, and procurement, to name a few. This panel will address the state-of-the-art of computable contract technology. We will begin by clarifying core computable contracting concepts: What are computable contracts and how do […]
A Fireside Chat with Roland Scharrer, CTO, AXA; Michael S. Pieciak, Commissioner, Vermont Department of Financial Regulation; and Dan Siciliano, Fellow, CodeX
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This event is free and open to the public. Registration is required in order to receive Zoom access info. The law and the legal profession are undergoing rapid change due to – among other forces – expanding use of information technology in the delivery of legal services. Join CodeX – The Stanford Center for Legal Informatics’ […]
This event is free and open to the public. Registration is required in order to receive Zoom access info. Most applications of machine learning in criminal law focus on using predictions they make about people to guide decisions. We propose a new direction for machine learning that scrutinizes decision-making itself, not to predict behavior, but […]
Watch the event In almost every state, courts can jail people who fail to pay fines, fees, and other court debts—even those resulting from traffic or other non-criminal violations. While imprisoning someone for failing to pay a debt remains illegal on paper, these aggressive debt-enforcement tactics have led to the de facto reemergence of debtors’ […]
On December 13, 14, and 15 (8 am to 11 am PDT / 5 pm to 8 pm CEST), CodeX - The Stanford Center for Legal Informatics is organizing the world’s first (online) conference dedicated to Computational Antitrust – exploring how legal informatics can foster the automation of antitrust procedures and the improvement of antitrust […]
Class sponsored by CodeX – The Stanford Center for Legal Informatics and CS+Social Good.
SPEND A DAY WITH THE COMMUNITY THAT IS SHAPING THE FUTURE OF LAW For more details please check here: https://conferences.law.stanford.edu/futurelaw2022/
Leading experts from the public sector, private practice, and academia will gather at Stanford on April 29th, 2022 to address trends in patent law, particularly in relation to discretion at the PTAB. The various speakers will consider the degree to which the PTAB has exercised its discretion in granting or denying petitions for inter partes […]
The law and the legal profession are undergoing rapid change due to – among other forces – expanding use of information technology in the delivery of legal services. Join CodeX – The Stanford Center for Legal Informatics’ leaders, fellows, and alumni for a conversation about our center’s key projects, and how you can get involved in […]
The Stanford Computational Antitrust team at CodeX – The Stanford Center for Legal Informatics is organizing a unique conference dedicated to the implementation of computational antitrust.
On April 13, 2023, CodeX – The Stanford Center for Legal Informatics, hosts our eleventh annual conference focusing on the way technology is changing the legal profession and the law itself, and the way these changes affect us all. CodeX FutureLaw brings together the academics, entrepreneurs, lawyers, investors, policymakers, and engineers spearheading the tech-driven transformation […]
CodeX – The Stanford Center for Legal Informatics is excited to host what we believe to be the first-ever LLM x Law Hackathon, a groundbreaking event that explores the intersection of large language models (LLMs) and the law.
As artificial intelligence (AI) continues to revolutionize industries across the globe, the legal sector is no exception. LLMs, a foundation model capable of understanding and generating natural language text, have the potential to transform legal research, contract analysis, dispute resolution, and much more. This hackathon hopes to build solutions that consider the safe and trustworthy […]
Drop-in Office Hours: 10:00am - 12:00pm | 270, SLS Lunch Seminar: 12:45pm - 2:00pm | 290, SLS
The law and the legal profession are undergoing rapid change due to – among other forces – expanding use of information technology in the delivery of legal services. Join CodeX – The Stanford Center for Legal Informatics’ leaders, fellows, and alumni for a conversation about our center’s key projects, and how you can get involved […]
Hosted by Stanford Rock Center for Corporate Governance and Stanford Center for Legal Informatics (CodeX) This is a paid-event. About: The question confronting today’s modern business is not whether to use artificial intelligence (AI), but where and how to use it effectively. AI has the capacity to disrupt a broad range of industries, revolutionize business functions, […]
Part 1: Wednesday, November 15, 2023 Part 2: Thursday, November 16, 2023 12:45 - 2:00 PM For those who are unable to join us in person, a Zoom option will be available. Google Patents Data Science Team is one of the first data science teams embedded directly within a legal team and focused squarely on […]
While much of the world is focused on near-term issues related to Artificial Intelligence — such as regulation, misinformation, IP rights, and labor market impact — less attention has been paid to some fundamental legal and societal challenges we will soon face. The next generation of generally intelligent autonomous systems will raise serious questions about […]
12:45 - 2:00 pm | Showcase of Careers 2:00 - 3:00 pm | Drop-in hour to chat with experts Join the Stanford Center for Legal Informatics (CodeX) in collaboration with the Office of Career Services for an "alternative legal careers" job fair, showcasing exciting careers in law and technology and unconventional paths in legal.
Excited about using AI in dispute proceedings? Join CodeX and SIAA in an AI debate where tech enthusiasts will discuss the merits of AI being used currently in dispute proceedings and debate the viability of developing arbitration laws/institutional rules to better facilitate its use (if at all, it can be used!) in dispute resolution. Join […]