Assisted Decision Making    Big Data and the Law       Josh Blackman
"The object of our study, then, is prediction,the prediction of the incidence of the public force    through the instrumen...
Laws Information Revolution
Disruptive Technologies
FantasySCOTUS.net
Crowdsourcing The Supreme Court
Predict How The Justices Will Vote
Over 13,000 Players
The Wisdom of the Crowds
Whats next?
AssistedDecision Making
How do we get there?
From Crowdsourcing to   Super Crunching
Viewing TheLaw As Data
CrunchData about:•    Cases•    Motions•    Opinions•    Dates•    Judges•    Firms•    Lawyers•    Parties
Introducing Harlan.co   Big Data Meets Big Law
Demo Timebit.ly/HarlanBeta
The Future:Assisted Decision Making
HarlanIntelligent Litigation Assistant
"I want to draft a contractwith . . . specifications."I have a few follow-upquestions:1. Where will the contract beexecute...
Access to JusticeAssisted Decision Making for Non-Lawyers
"My landlord wont fix myheat."You have several options:- Call Tenants Rights Dept.- Draft Demand Letter- File Pro Se Suit ...
Assisted Decision    Making Big Data Meets Big Law
email: JBlackman@HarlanInstitute.org         phone: 202-294-9003        twitter: @JoshBTweets
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  1. 1. Assisted Decision Making Big Data and the Law Josh Blackman
  2. 2. "The object of our study, then, is prediction,the prediction of the incidence of the public force through the instrumentality of the courts." -Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr. The Path of the Law (1897)
  3. 3. Laws Information Revolution
  4. 4. Disruptive Technologies
  5. 5. FantasySCOTUS.net
  6. 6. Crowdsourcing The Supreme Court
  7. 7. Predict How The Justices Will Vote
  8. 8. Over 13,000 Players
  9. 9. The Wisdom of the Crowds
  10. 10. Whats next?
  11. 11. AssistedDecision Making
  12. 12. How do we get there?
  13. 13. From Crowdsourcing to Super Crunching
  14. 14. Viewing TheLaw As Data
  15. 15. CrunchData about:•  Cases•  Motions•  Opinions•  Dates•  Judges•  Firms•  Lawyers•  Parties
  16. 16. Introducing Harlan.co Big Data Meets Big Law
  17. 17. Demo Timebit.ly/HarlanBeta
  18. 18. The Future:Assisted Decision Making
  19. 19. HarlanIntelligent Litigation Assistant
  20. 20. "I want to draft a contractwith . . . specifications."I have a few follow-upquestions:1. Where will the contract beexecuted?2. What are the possible remedies incase of a breach of contract?3. Do the parties have adequateinsurance? Shall I draft the contract?
  21. 21. Access to JusticeAssisted Decision Making for Non-Lawyers
  22. 22. "My landlord wont fix myheat."You have several options:- Call Tenants Rights Dept.- Draft Demand Letter- File Pro Se Suit in Court- Contact Housing LawyerSelect an option to learnmore.
  23. 23. Assisted Decision Making Big Data Meets Big Law
  24. 24. email: JBlackman@HarlanInstitute.org phone: 202-294-9003 twitter: @JoshBTweets

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