Computational Law
Spring 2019-2020
 
CS 204
Law 4019

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Computational Law is an innovative approach to legal informatics concerned with the representation of regulations in computable form. From a practical perspective, Computational Law is important as the basis for computer systems capable of performing useful legal calculations, such as compliance checking, legal planning, and regulatory analysis. In this course, we look at the theory of Computational Law, we review relevant technology and applications, we discuss the prospects and problems of Computational Law, and we examine its philosophical and legal implications. Work in the course consists of reading, class discussion, and practical exercises. The course is cross-listed with Law 4019.


Michael Genesereth
Email: genesereth@stanford.edu
Office: Gates 220
Office Hours: Wed 3-4
Roland Vogl
Email: rvogl@lawstanford.edu
Office: Crown Quadrangle
Office Hours:

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