Founder and CEO, ClearAccessIP
Nicole Shanahan is an attorney in California and a research fellow at CodeX. She is the founder and CEO of ClearAccessIP, an integrated patent management technology, and a legal technologist who specializes in the utilization of structured databases, APIs, UI/UX, automation and SaaS. Her research at Stanford is entitled “Smart Prosecution,” an ongoing, multi-disciplinary project applying data science to the prosecutorial process and involving partnerships with district attorneys and police departments. Apart from the practical applications of legal technology, she is formulating an economic theory entitled “Coasean Mapping” to predict the pace and nature of society’s adoption of legal artificial intelligence.