PhD Course

Computation Methods for Lawyers

Course Description: This course will shed light on how novel computationally intensive methodological developments, which have lapped at the shores of social science for several years now, can be productively used in legal research. In particular, we will focus on supervised and unsupervised automated text analysis (NLP) techniques and social network analysis. Taught by Dr. Jaroslaw Kantorowicz.

Prior Requirements: The lecturer will use R programming package and will provide the students with materials to acquire basic knowledge of R prior to the beginning of the course.

Max External Participants: 10

Course Coordinator: Prof. Elena Kantorowicz-Reznichenko