Moderator: Jameson Dempsey
Computational law has long held the promise of making law and legal processes more efficient and accessible. Unfortunately, traditional legislative drafting and a lack of standards has hindered progress. Fortunately, several national, transnational, and private efforts around the world have made progress on making legislation and rules machine consumable. In the panel, you will hear from several of the leaders of this movement about their programs, progress, and plans.