The Computational Law Report is an agile, new media online publication about the way that law and legal processes function also as computational systems. The Report features:
Traditional written content (such as peer-reviewed articles, essays and posts);
Rich media content (such as video, podcasts, animations, memes, etc); and
Reproducible software and data projects (such as computational law apps, automated processes, data science projects, visualizations, games, etc).
The Report is published and edited by law.mit.edu-affiliated academics and practitioners. The Computational Law Report fills a critical need for reputable, responsive, and neutral analysis of emerging computational law uses, applications and thought leadership.
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