The past two months I have had the pleasure of teaching the course Introduction to Legal Technology at the University of Turku Law School here in Finland. As the first course of this type in Northern Europe, this project was something of a risky experiment...
Also, unlike the Stanford course which inspired me to do this, I could not rely on a long list of visiting experts but rather had to do (almost!) everything myself. Anyway, I personally am pleased with the way it turned out, and the feedback from students has been very positive as well.
To spread the message, I have also uploaded the slides for all ten lectures on Slideshare:
- 2. Artificial intelligence and the law: the 20th century
- 3. Artificial intelligence and the law: the 21st century
- 4. Human factors
- 5. Applications I
- 6. Applications II
- 7. Applications III
- 8. Regulatory issues
- 9. Legal startups
- 10. Legal technology and you
The course will be offered again at least during the 2016-17 academic year, or possibly even earlier. Stay tuned. (Of course I also have to add the obligatory disclaimer: The contents of the slides represent my personal opinions, not those of TrademarkNow or anyone else.)