SMU Centre for Computational Law to host first Computational Legal Studies conference, March 2022

The Centre for Computational Law at Singapore Management University will be holding a Computational Legal Studies conference March 2-4 2022. The call for papers is linked below.

The Centre is engaged in the development of domain-specific programming languages for legal applications in legislation, regulation, and contracting, called L4. The Centre is a joint venture between the law school at SMU at Legalese, a Singapore legal tech firm.

Submissions accepted for the conference may be forwarded for consideration for publication in a special issue of the MIT Computational Law Report.

It seems that the conference is planned to be hybrid, presuming that in-person attendance is possible in March of next year.