Introduction: Data Analytics for Law Firms: Using Data for Smarter Legal Services. Mining Legal Data: Collecting and Analyzing 21st Century Gold. Deconstructing Contracts: Analytics and Contract Standards. The Big Move Toward Big Data in Employment.Computational Law, Symbolic Discourse, and the AI Constitution. Quantifying Success: Using Data Science to Measure the Accuracy of Technology-Assisted Review in Electronic Discovery. Quantifying the Quality of Legal Services: Data Science Lessons. Uncovering Big Bias with Big Data: An Introduction to Linear Regression.
Ed Walters is an adjunct law professor at the Georgetown University Law Center, where he teaches The Law of Robots, a class about the frontiers of law and technology. He also is the CEO and co-founder of Fastcase, an online legal research software company based in Washington, D.C. Before founding Fastcase, Ed worked at Covington & Burling in Washington D.C. and Brussels, where he advised clients such as Microsoft, Merck, SmithKline, the National Football League, and the National Hockey League. His practice focused on corporate advisory work for software companies and sports leagues, and intellectual property litigation. Ed worked in the White House from 1991-1993, first in the Office of Media Affairs and then in the Office of Presidential Speechwriting. He has written for The New York Times, The Washington Post, and The Legal Times. Ed graduated from Georgetown University, where he was Editor-in-Chief of The Hoya, and the University of Chicago Law School, where he was an editor of The University of Chicago Law Review. He serves on the boards of Pro Bono Net, Public.Resource.org, Friends of Telecom Without Borders, and Salsa Labs.