The Practice November/December 2021
Questions of legal innovation form a critical part of a larger story and emerging field: legal informatics. How can an understanding of and training in legal informatics transform the field?
A proper understanding of and training in legal informatics has the potential to modernize legal systems around the world, and more importanlty, help take the tediousness out of law.
Tracking the Profession
Mary L. Witkowski, a fellow at Harvard Business School at the Institute for Strategy & Competitiveness, who studies value-based health care, looks at health informatics as a tool for better patient outcomes.
Evisort, a startup aiming to reform the contracting business, is using AI to transform the legal industry.
In the News: Highlighting key stories about the profession you may have missed.
Legal Informatics at School
In Brief: Schools around the world provide new offerings at the intersection of law and technology, recognizing a need to modernize legal training.
A conversation with Eunice Santos, professor and dean of the School of Information Sciences at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, about the intersection of information sciences and the legal profession.