Last month, I reported that Stanford University has cancelled the face-to-face version of this year’s CodeX FutureLaw Conference, which had been scheduled for April 9 and would have been the conference’s eighth year, as well as the 15th anniversary of CodeX.
But as I noted then, Roland Vogl, executive director of CodeX, the Stanford Center for Legal Informatics, said he planned to work with those who were scheduled to speak at the conference to produce a series of podcasts based on their planned presentations.
Well, that he has done, having now posted the virtual version of CodeX FutureLaw 2020 for your viewing and listening pleasure.
Here is the line-up of programs:
- IS LAW’S MOAT EVAPORATING?: IMPLICATIONS OF RECENT NLP BREAKTHROUGHS, with Laura Safdie, Khalid A. Al-Kofahi, Daniel Hoadley and Anne Tucker.
- REGULATORY REFORM TO INCREASE OPPORTUNITY AND ACCESS IN THE JUSTICE SYSTEM, with Deborah L. Rhode, Hon. Deno Himonas, Hon. Ann Timmer, and Leah Wilson.
- NO-CODING FOR LAWYERS: THE SURGE OF “NO CODE” PLATFORMS FOR LEGALTECH DEVELOPMENT, with Jeroen Plink, Tom Dreyfus, Michael Hassin, Jason Morris, Adam Pingel, and Claire Johnson Raba.
- LEGAL INNOVATION IN SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA, with Stephen Caines, Mariya Badeva-Bright, Linda Bonyo, Simba Mubvuma, and Funkola Odeleye.
- DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION AND THE PATH FORWARD, with Connie Brenton.
- A CONVERSATION ABOUT LEGAL INNOVATION, AI AND CYBERSECURITY WITH GENERAL PATRICK HUSTON, U.S. ARMY, with Brigadier General Patrick Huston.
- LEX (LAW, EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE) TALKS: THE MANY FACES OF FACIAL RECOGNITION, with Stephen Caines.
- LEX (LAW, EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE) TALKS: VC INVESTMENT IN TIME OF CRISIS, with David Hornik.
In addition, CodeX is making available to FutureLaw attendees a recent interdisciplinary summit held by the Stanford CodeX Blockchain Group focusing on critical digital technologies.