The MIT Computational Law Development Goals are an initiative of the Computational Law Report and were developed and refined based on feedback received in the last few months. We hope these serve as the impetus for sustainable innovation and as a catalyst for further discussion.
by Dazza Greenwood, Robert Mahari, and Bryan Wilson
Published: Jul 21, 2020
Dazza Greenwood, Robert Mahari, and Bryan Wilson provide a video overview of the Computational Law Development Goals, a link to slides, and information about how to get involved with the MIT Computational Law Report.
In January 2020, members of the Computational Law Report had the opportunity to present at the Imagination in Action Pavilion at the World Economic Forum. Robert Mahari provides a first-hand insight into the opportunity and challenge of presenting these goals in Davos and beyond.