MIT Computational Law Report Submissions
Use this form to propose written works, digital content or reproducible computational projects for publication in the MIT Computational Law Report. Due to the volume of submissions received, we are unable to respond to every submission.
What is the title of the written work, media content or reproducible project?
Include the full name and contact information for each person attributed as an author of written works, creator or media content or team member of reproducible projects to be credited if the submission is published in the MIT Computational Law Report,
Written Content (e.g. article, comments, notes, posts, etc)
Media Content (e.g. video, audio, animations, icons, memes, etc )
Reproducible Software and Data Projects (eg: automated process, data science, visualization, game, etc.
Domain(s) of Computational Law
Legislation and regulation (e.g., Rules as Code)
Contracts and other legal instruments (e.g., High Frequency Trading algorithms)
Legal data and analytics
Description of Submission
Use this entry to provide an abstract summary of proposed written works or a description and explanation of media content or reproducible projects. Include the file sizes and types of all proposed media and project submissions.
Resumé or CV
Use this space to share the resume or CV of each person attributed as an author of written works, creator of media or team member of projects to be credited if the submission is published in the MIT Computational Law Report. You may insert the text for each resume here and/or provide links to PDF files.
I hereby license all submissions proposed through this form for publication in the MIT Computational Law Report under Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0) license:
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