Program Description: The Law & Economics Center at George Mason University School of Law held a Research Roundtable on Law’s Information Revolution as part of the LEC’s Project on Legal Services Reform. Seeking to promote work on legal innovation, legal education, law firms, and legal regulation, the following papers, which examinine the effect of advances in information technology on law, litigation, and the market for legal services, were presented at the Roundtable.
Kobayashi, Bruce H., “Law’s Information Revolution as Procedural Reform: Predictive Search as a Solution to the In Terrorem Effect of Externalized Discovery Costs.” University of Illinois Law Review, vol. 2014 (2014)
McGinnis, John O., “Law’s Algorithm.” Florida Law Review, vol. 66 (2014).
Knake, Renee N., “Legal Information, The Consumer Law Market, and the First Amendment.” Fordham Law Review, vol. 82 (2014).
Blackman, Josh, “What Happens if Data is Speech?” Journal of Constitutional Law Higher Scrutiny, vol. 16 (2014)