Presenting at Two Legal Tech / Legal Innovation Conferences in Australia

Michael Bommarito & Daniel Martin Katz, Measuring and Modeling the U.S. Regulatory Ecosystem, 168 Journal of Statistical Physics 1125 (2017) < J Stat Phys >

Daniel Martin Katz, Michael Bommarito & Josh Blackman, A General Approach for Predicting the Behavior of the Supreme Court of the United States, PLoS ONE 12(4): e0174698 (2017) < PLoS One >

J.B. Ruhl, Daniel Martin Katz & Michael Bommarito, Harnessing Legal Complexity, 355 Science 1377 (2017)  < Science >

Daniel Martin Katz, Michael Bommarito, Tyler Sollinger & James Ming Chen, Law on the Market? Evaluating the Securities Market Impact Of Supreme Court Decisions SSRN > < arXiv > 

J.B. Ruhl & Daniel Martin Katz, Measuring, Monitoring, and Managing Legal Complexity, 101 Iowa Law Review 191 (2015) < SSRN >

Paul Lippe, Daniel Martin Katz & Dan Jackson, Legal by Design: A New Paradigm for Handling Complexity in Banking Regulation and Elsewhere in Law, 93 Oregon Law Review 831 (2015) < SSRN >

Daniel Martin Katz, The MIT School of Law? A Perspective on Legal Education in the 21st Century, 2014 Illinois Law Review 1431 (2014) < SSRN > < Slides >

Daniel Martin Katz & Michael Bommarito, Measuring the Complexity of the Law: The United States Code, 22 Journal of Artificial Intelligence & Law 1 (2014)  < Springer > < SSRN >

Daniel Martin Katz, Quantitative Legal Prediction – or – How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Start Preparing for the Data Driven Future of the Legal Services Industry,  62 Emory Law Journal 909 (2013)  < SSRN >

Daniel Martin Katz, Michael Bommarito, Juile Seaman, Adam Candeub, Eugene Agichtein, Legal N-Grams? A Simple Approach to Track the Evolution of Legal Language  in Proceedings of JURIX: The 24th International Conference on Legal Knowledge and Information Systems (2011)   < SSRN > 

Daniel Martin Katz, Joshua Gubler, Jon Zelner, Michael Bommarito, Eric Provins & Eitan Ingall, Reproduction of Hierarchy? A Social Network Analysis of the American Law Professoriate, 61 Journal of Legal Education 76 (2011) < SSRN >

Michael Bommarito,Daniel Martin Katz,   Jillian Isaacs-See, An Empirical Survey of the Written Decisions of the United States Tax Court (1990-2008), 30 Virginia Tax Review 523 (2011)  < SSRN >

Ahmet Duran & Michael Bommarito, A Profitable Trading and Risk Management Strategy Despite Transaction Costs, 11 Quantitative Finance 829 (2011) < SSRN >

Michael Bommarito & Daniel Martin Katz, A Mathematical Approach to the Study of the United States Code, 389 Physica A 4195 (2010)  < SSRN > < arXiv > 

Ahmet Duran & Michael Bommarito, Spectral Analysis of Time-Dependent Market-Adjusted Return Correlation Matrix (2010)  < SSRN >

Daniel Martin Katz & Derek Stafford, Hustle and Flow: A Social Network Analysis of the American Federal Judiciary, 71 Ohio State Law Journal 457 (2010)  < SSRN >

Michael Bommarito, Intraday Correlation Patterns between the S&P 500 and Sector Indices (2010)  < SSRN >

Michael Bommarito, Daniel Martin Katz, Jonathan Zelner & James Fowler, Distance Measures for Dynamic Citation Networks 389 Physica A 4201 (2010)  < SSRN > < arXiv > 

Michael Bommarito, Daniel Martin Katz & Jonathan Zelner, On the Stability of Community Detection Algorithms on Longitudinal Citation Data in Proceedings of the 6th Conference on Applications of Social Network Analysis (2009) < SSRN > < arXiv > 

Michael Bommarito, Daniel Martin Katz & Jonathan Zelner, Law as a Seamless Web? Comparing Various Network Representations of the United States Supreme Court Corpus (1791-2005)  in Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Law (ICAIL 2009 – UAB Barcelona) < SSRN >

Marvin Krislov & Daniel Martin Katz, Taking State Constitutions Seriously, 17 Cornell Journal of Law & Public Policy 295 (2008)  <SSRN >

Daniel Martin Katz, Derek Stafford & Eric Provins, Social Architecture, Judicial Peer Effects and the ‘Evolution’ of the Law: Toward a Positive Theory of Judicial Social Structure, 23 Georgia State Law Review 975 (2008)  <SSRN >

Daniel Martin Katz, Institutional Rules, Strategic Behavior and the Legacy of Chief Justice William Rehnquist: Setting the Record Straight on Dickerson v. United States, 22 Journal of Law & Politics 303 (2006)  < SSRN >