The Legal Research System of the Future
Like nearly everyone else, I am extremely frustrated by legal resarch systems. Since I first encountered Westlaw and Lexis in law school, I have been saving ideas on how these systems could be improved. Unfortunately, the WEXIS duopoly that dominates the market has no intention of doing anything new.
I have repackaged these ideas as The Legal Research System of the Future.
This is an introducton on how graph techology can be used in a new legal research system
This is being convereted into a series of videos to present these concepts. I share them here in the hope that someone will build a legal research system that is more than a Google box on top of a legal database.
These videos are avaible in 1080p high definition.
Just reading content in a legal reseach system is a chore. This video addresses how content should be formatted in a legal research system.
A viewer sent me a link to this Scientific American article that addresses the background of some of the issues I raised in the Part I.
This is a humorous look at the stagnation in the legal research market. It explains why there is now an opening for a new legal research system.
Part III: The System Canvas
How the Legal Research System of the Future should use the system canvas from a customer perspective.
Part IV: Citations and Citators
Part V: Court Workstation
Topics under development
- Search Engines
Many more waiting in the queue.