[Part 2] Do more with docassemble: Start a project and write a few questions
For this part of the docassemble, Google Text to Speech project, we get the groundwork done by creating four pages. This provides us with a visual idea of what happens in this interview.
[Part 1] Do more with docassemble: Google Text to Speech
You can use docassemble to call an API and provide its results. I discuss why I did this with Google Text to Speech and the thinking and research behind it.
I would cheat on the bar exam
Does cheating on the bar exam say more about the cheaters' integrity or about our flawed system of bar admission?
Can Contracts be Open Source?
Could time-starved lawyers used to charging by the hour be more like programmers and give out contracts for free?
A Passionate Programmer, a Passionate Lawyer?
It turns out that tips for advancing a career for programmers has interesting insights for a career in law.
Evaluating Legislation for Readability, Exploring PLUS
Using Python, Streamlit and data science, I evaluate the changes in the 2020 Revised Edition of Laws in Singapore for readability.
How Data and the Law Interact: A Book Review
I snapped up Sarah Sutherland’s "Legal Data and Information in Practice" and found it a great read for a hobbyist in legal data like me.
So what difference does it make? Drawing red lines with Python
A little tweak to a standard python library transforms it into a tool used to show changes in text for lawyers.
Statistics take on the death penalty... and tumble
A case last year shows the challenges faced in using statistics to prove a case in court.