Center for Computation, Mathematics, and the Law

The Center for Computation, Mathematics, and the Law (CCML) examines and develops applications of cutting-edge computational and mathematical theory and techniques for the solution of legal problems and the practice of law. Areas of interest include the application of computational techniques and artificial intelligence to law in eDiscovery, legal search, caselaw analysis, contracting, legal reasoning and argumentation, evidentiary analysis, litigation and settlement, intellectual property, and regulatory compliance. Additionally, CCML investigates more mathematically oriented approaches to topics such as complexity in the law, legal uncertainty, legal networks, and game theoretic models in the law. CCML regularly holds workshops and conferences to explore these areas of interest.

Director

Ted Sichelman
Professor of Law

Faculty Members

Karl Gruben
Professor of Law

Thomas A. Smith
Professor of Law

Contact:

Center for Computation, Mathematics, and the Law
Guadalupe Hall, Room 105
Phone: (619) 260-7512