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Using data science to predict where crime might occur is problematic. When we have unfair metrics, we develop unfair algorithms.
Regular expressions, (a/k/a regex), are a powerful tool that can help you automate routine tasks. Here is a guide on how to get started.
The final part of our series teaching lawyers to code. This time, you'll put together what you've learned to build a Twitter bot.
You can learn to automate your own documents while learning to code. When you're done with this lesson, you'll know just enough to be dangerous.
Lawyers should definitely learn to code because both information and technology are the tools of the profession's trade. Here's the first in a three-part guide that will teach you how to code.
"Life," by David Colarusso, is the winner of our 2016 Short Fiction Contest.
We keep hearing that driverless cars are the future. If that is true, what does that mean for the future of law?