Dear readers, the Network Law Review is delighted to present you with this month’s guest article by Herbert Hovenkamp, James...
Here are the Network Law Review’s monthly reading suggestions on the dynamics of generative AI, networks-of-networks science, global...
Computational Legal Futures is a tri-monthly series exploring the promise of computational law: digital transformation and extended intelligence in the law. This contribution is authored by Robert Mahari, JD-Ph.D. Student at Harvard Law School and MIT. ***  The potential of Natural Language Processing (NLP) to transform the legal industry is increasingly undeniable. NLP can be used to reimagine legal search, improve legal reasoning and writing, answer legal questions, or extract information from legal documents. These capabilities can help scale the...
On March 4, 2024, the European Commission fined Apple €1.84 billion “over abusive App store rules for music...
Dear readers, the Network Law Review is delighted to present you with this month’s guest article by Daron Acemoglu,...

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The Network Law Review is proud to support the “Scaling Theory” podcast created by Dr. Thibault Schrepel, LL.M. and available...

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The Network Law Review is pleased to present a symposium entitled “Dynamics of Generative AI,” where lawyers, economists, computer scientists,...

Privacy or Antitrust First? Answering with Agent-Based Modeling

Legal scholars have long been interested in predicting the effects of new rules and standards. They have focused very little...

Thibault Schrepel: “Toward A Working Theory of Ecosystems in Antitrust Law: The Role of Complexity Science”

The Network Law Review is pleased to present a symposium entitled “Dynamics of Generative AI,” where lawyers, economists, computer scientists,...

William Lehr & Volker Stocker: “AI Regulation and 6G: The Measurement Ecosystem Challenge”

The Network Law Review is pleased to present a symposium entitled “Dynamics of Generative AI,” where lawyers, economists, computer scientists,...

Stephen Dnes: “Generative AI: The Input Data Riddle”

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Michal Shur-Ofry: “A Networks-of-Networks Perspective on AI Policy”

The Network Law Review is pleased to present a symposium entitled “Dynamics of Generative AI,” where lawyers, economists, computer scientists,...

Antitrust Antidote: December 2023-February 2024

Welcome to the Antitrust Antidote—a quarterly publication analyzing significant U.S. antitrust decisions from legal and economic perspectives. Authored by former...

Orly Lobel: “Do We Need to Know What Is Artificial? Unpacking Disclosure & Generating Trust in an Era of Algorithmic Action”

The Network Law Review is pleased to present a symposium entitled “Dynamics of Generative AI,” where lawyers, economists, computer scientists,...

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