FutureLaw 2020 [The Stanford Center for Legal Informatics]

Welcome to FutureLaw 2020, hosted by CodeX – The Stanford Center for Legal Informatics. Typically held live on the Stanford campus, the FutureLaw conference focuses on […]

Legal futurist Richard Susskind on Coronavirus, courts and the legal profession [Ambrogi]

LawNext Episode 71: Legal Futurist Richard Susskind on Coronavirus, Courts and the Legal Profession — from .lawsitesblog.com by Robert Ambrogi Excerpt: Ever since the publication of […]

DC: We need to be very careful w/ emerging techs during this time

From DSC: As the ripples move outward from this time of the Coronavirus, we need to be very careful with #EmergingTechnologies. For example, where might […]

Pandemic II: Justice system down [Furlong]

Pandemic II: Justice system down — from law21.ca by Jordan Furlong Excerpt: We need to recognize a couple of things about our justice system, in […]

Joe Regalia: Putting together a list of the core categories for #legaltech

pic.twitter.com/6FRfGNe7bh — Joe Regalia (@writedotlaw) April 10, 2020

Trial by video conference? Not yet, but coronavirus forces Bay Area courts to embrace more virtual proceedings [Egelko]

Trial by video conference? Not yet, but coronavirus forces Bay Area courts to embrace more virtual proceedings — from sfchronicle.com by Bob Egelko Also see: […]

And, hopefully, #telelegal won’t be too far behind #telemedicine / #virtualhealth [Christian]

“Some healthcare providers had dabbled in this before COVID-19, but the interest has increased now that social distancing is mandated in many areas.” DC: And, […]

I keep wondering how #telelegal will be impacted by what’s occurring with #telemedicine…? [Christian]

DC: Hmmm…regarding #telelegal, I keep wondering how it will be impacted by what’s occurring with #telemedicine …? “The FCC has developed/approved a $200 million program […]

Given the attached graphic…what do you suppose, how might this type of thing impact #telelegal? [Christian]

From DSC: Given the attached graphic…what do you suppose, how might this type of thing impact #telelegal (i.e., akin to what’s currently building with #telemedicine […]

Why combine law with design? [Hagan]

Law by Design — a book by Margaret Hagan Excerpt: Why combine law with design? Even if these two fields have traditionally not intersected, I […]

My thanks to a friend for causing me to further reflect on this article: “Can computers ever replace the classroom?” [Beard]

From DSC: I’d like to thank Mr. Eric Osterberg — a fraternity brother and friend of mine — for sending me the following article. I […]

Voice Assistants in Pre and Post-Operative Care and the Duty to Warn Patients of Remote Risks – A Legal Discussion [Schwartz]

Voice Assistants in Pre and Post-Operative Care and the Duty to Warn Patients of Remote Risks – A Legal Discussion— from by Eric Hal Schwartz […]

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