Reinventing the staid field of legal academic writing

Some argue that writing is a lawyer’s most important skill. When in Law School, a good article can get you a high grade, a good law review position or a coveted clerkship. Once you’re practicing it can influence the opinions of judges, fellow lawyers and legislators. In 2019, MIT announced the MIT Computational Law Report which, according to Editor-in-Chief Brian Wilson is a ” is an agile, new media online publication that explores the ways that law and legal processes can be re-imagined and engineered as computational systems.”

The article was published in the ABA Journal To read the entire article, click here


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