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Episode Notes

Legal academic publishing isn’t synonymous with innovation. The mere mention of it can, for some, bring up repressed memories of the most banal and stuffy aspects of law school. But the Massachusetts Institute of Technology wants to change that. In spring 2019, MIT announced the MIT Computational Law Report. In this new episode of the Legal Rebels Podcast, technology writer Jason Tashea talks to Bryan Wilson, editor-in-chief of the online publication.

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Published: January 15, 2020
Podcast: ABA Journal: Legal Rebels
Category: Practice Management
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