Workshop – Judging by Numbers: Big Data, Artificial Intelligence, and Legal Analytics in Court
This course will provide an introduction to the fundamental elements of using and interpreting quantitative reasoning in the practice of law. Data, distributions, statistical analysis, graphs, big data, legal analytics software, and artificial intelligence, along with other topics, will be covered. No formal background in these fields is required, and all topics are taught from first principles. Lectures will be complemented with hands-on exercises to illustrate concepts. The instructor will be Andrew W. Torrance, the Earl B. Shurtz Research Professor at the University of Kansas School of Law.
Questions? Contact Ashley Evaro George at firstname.lastname@example.org or 703.993.9964