Second Edition of the Artificial Intelligence Writing Competition
CLCT is pleased to announce its second annual writing competition dedicated to innovative legal issues likely to arise from Artificial Intelligence, the Internet of Things, and/or related technologies. For further details, please visit our section on International Writing Competitions. Read more
Digital Audio/Video Training Course – October 15-17, 2018
CLCT is offering its Digital Audio/Visual Training Course, geared towards court technologists. This course focuses on aspects specific to federal, state, and local courts. Read more
The “Autonomy through Cyberjustice Technologies” Research Project is launched
CLCT is pleased to announce the launch of the most important international research project to date on Artificial Intelligence and Justice. The Autonomy through Cyberjustice Technologies (“ACT”) Research Partnership is funded by the Canadian Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council. The project aims to increase access to justice through the use of artificial intelligence. Over […] Read more
Legal issues lurking behind the convergence of AI, IoT and blockchains, October 26 and 27, 2018
CLCT is organizing a focused international workshop with experts from the US, Canada and the EU to discuss the legal issues lurking behind the convergence of AI, IoT and blockchains, to share knowledge and to articulate any new problems posed by these technologies. The workshop will take place on October 26 and 27, 2018 at William […] Read more
2018 Court Affiliates Conference, May 21-22
We are delighted to welcome our Court Affiliates Members for what promises to be an exciting two-day conference. Topics will include: Affiliate Reports Profound Legal Problems Stemming from Standard Digital Evidence Format Best Practices Recent Developments (Cloud-based Software Control) Artificial Intelligence as it relates to the courts, “The Internet of Things”, etc. Court Affiliates and the […] Read more
Welcome to CLCT’s new website!
We hope you enjoy our new look and material. Read more
Improving the administration of justice through technology for over 30 years
We invite you to visit the McGlothlin Courtroom, the world’s most technologically advanced trial and appellate courtroom, where the past combines with the present to produce the future. Read more
Artificial Intelligence Legal Issues International Paper Competition: Results Announced!
Self-driving cars, literature produced by computers, autonomous military armaments, robotic child companions – and more – are already here. These developments and those to come all pose important legal issues, some of which are unprecedented. Supported by the Silicon Valley Community Foundation (funded in turn by Cisco), William & Mary Law School’s Center for Legal […] Read more