I'm a professor at Suffolk University Law School in Boston, where I teach courses in legal technology,
legal writing/analysis/research, and negotiation. I am the Director of Suffolk Law's Institute on Law Practice Technology and Innovation, and I am also the Director of Suffolk Law's academic concentration in Legal Technology and Innovation.
I work on solving difficult legal and social problems. I'm interested in helping others who work on the same sort of challenge.
My current projects focus on using technology to promote efficiency and effectiveness for law students, lawyers and the public. In 2014, I founded SeRiouS, which uses a spaced repetition system - which is a form of artificial intelligence - to make law students better learners and test-takers. I also use (and teach others to use) document automation and expert systems software, which are used to streamline the provision of legal services and increase access to justice for the public.
A list of my outside interests is here.