The MIT Computational Law Report is an agile, new media online publication that explores the ways that law and legal processes can be reimagined and engineered as computational systems. The Report features:
Written content (such as peer-reviewed articles, essays, and posts);
Rich media content (such as videos, podcasts, visualizations, etc); and
Reproducible software and data projects (such as computational law apps, automated processes, data science projects, games, etc)
The Report is published and edited by law.mit.edu-affiliated academics, researchers, and practitioners. The Report fills a critical need for reputable, responsive, and neutral analysis of emerging computational law applications and thought leadership.
Reimagine law as something dynamic, interoperable, and adaptive
Cultivate an open discussion at the intersection of law and computation
Create space for experimenting with new legal technologies