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As Seen in WIRED

Read a review of Dan's working paper, Measuring the Complexity of the Law, featured in WIRED Science Blogs. 

MIT School of Law

"What if MIT had a law school?" In his latest paper, Dan Katz ponders the idea of an institution with the type of legal expertise and other useful skills that will allow law students to deliver exceptional value to clients. Read more about the paper.

Recent Honors

Dan has been named as an Editor of the International Journal of Law and Information Technology (Oxford University Press), and was also named to the Editorial Board of Artificial Intelligence and Law (Springer Scientific). 

Daniel Martin Katz is an Associate Professor of Law at Michigan State University

Daniel Martin Katz is an Associate Professor of Law at Michigan State University


Computational Legal Studies

The Development of Structure in the Citation Network of the United States Supreme Court.

Where Big Data is Headed for the Legal Industry

Michigan State associate professor of law Daniel Martin Katz speaks with Colin O'Keefe of LXBN TV on the future of big data in the legal field.