Presentation on Court Disruption, AI, and Big Data at NACM

This past week, Margaret Hagan of the Legal Design Lab made two presentations at the National Association for Court Management annual conference.

One presentation was on AI, Big Data, and the Courts, with a focus on what user-centered innovations courts should be investing in, in the near-term, using natural language processing, machine learning, and other smart technology. It was with Karl Branting of MITRE corporation.

Big Data, AI, and Courts (The Litigant’s Perspective) from Margaret Hagan

The second was a plenary presentation with David Slayton, Texas state administrator of courts, on Courts Disrupted.

Disrupting Courts from the User’s Perspective from Margaret Hagan

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