Computational Law


See below for a comprehensive list of required and optional readings associated with the course.

Lesson 1 - Computational Law
  Required - Introduction
  Required - Rules As Code (Mohun)
  Required - The Rule of Law as a Law of Rules (Scalia)

Lesson 2 - Data
  Required - Datasets

Lesson 3 - Definitions
  Required - View Definitions
  Required - Operation Definitions

Lesson 4 - Regulations and Contracts
  Required - Computable Contracts (Surden)
  Required - A Cure for Health Insurance "Sludge" (Genesereth)
  Required - The British Nationality Act as a Logic Program (Kowalski)
  Required - No Vehicles in the Park (Schlag)
  Optional - Simplified Loan Agreement

Lesson 5 - Compliance Management
  Optional - Eliza
  Optional - The Eliza Effect
  Optional - Eliza Meets Parry

Lesson 6 - Regulatory Analysis and Contract Management
  Required - Insurance Portfolio Management (Genesereth)
  Required - Insurance Portfolio Analysis as Containment Testing (Carlson)

Lesson 7 - Legislation and Contracting
  Required - Rules and Standards (Schlag)
  Required - Autonomous Legislation (Thibault)
  Required - Deals Among Rational Agents (Rosenschein)

Lesson 8 - Adjudication and Dispute Resolution
  Required - A Brief History of the Changing Roles of Case Prediction (Ashley)
  Required - Argumentation Theory (Walton)
  Required - General Approach for Predicting the Behavior of the Supreme Court (Katz)
  Required - The CrowdJury, a Crowdsourced Justice System for the Collaboration Era (Ast)
  Required - Artificial Intelligence for Adjudication (Ho)
  Optional - Law and logic: A review from an argumentation perspective (Prakken)

Lesson 9 - Regulatory Implications
  Required - How Technology Could Change Our Concept of Law (Sheppard)
  Required - Government By Algorithm (Engstrom)

Lesson 10 - Legal Informatics
  Required - The Coming of Age of Legal Technology (Vogl)
  Required - AI, Work, and 'Outcome-Thinking'
  Required - Law's Information Revolution