Level 1: Introduction Video games and law are two words that you would not expect to read in a sentence. However, in my work I love to combine seemingly unrelated fields. In this case there is more crossover than you would expect. The rise of online multiplayer games exacerbated a problem that was always ever-presentContinue reading “Trading Places: Legal Design in Reporting Systems of Online Multiplayer Video Games”
In my previous article I described the process of developing a legal tech tool that is applied to an existing platform. I created a bot that is automatically prompted to reply when a Reddit user is considering getting a divorce. If you would like to read more about the bot click here. The Reddit divorceContinue reading “REDDIT DIVORCE BOT PART II: THE DIVORCE MAP”
There are some great legal platforms out there and I’m sure that many will be developed in the future that will truly bring about change in the legal field. However, some legal platforms feel redundant. Not because they do not work well, but because they do not reach their intended audience. I understand how hardContinue reading “THE REDDIT DIVORCE BOT”
This project uses data mining techniques to examine rule of law legislation in Hungary. Click here to read more.