Daniel Martin Katz and Michael J. Bommarito II are teaching a new course on machine learning this semester at the Michigan State University College of Law. The course is called ‘Legal Analytics‘ and Katz has shared an introduction to their course on Computational Legal Studies.
He notes that,
“… we are moving into an era of data driven law practice. This course is a direct response to demands from relevant industry stakeholders.”
A future law practice where machines working with humans will perform better than humans or machines alone.
They recommend two texts for the course: