JTDL: Sharing global A2J tech research; ODR evaluation framework + New Jobs

News

In my spare time, I’ve been learning about the role of A2J tech and data around the globe. Totaling about 200 sources, I made that research public last week. (Sheets)

The UK government announced it will establish a free, comprehensive database of all court judgments delivered in England and Wales. (Uk.gov) The new public repository of judgments is a triumph for open justice—but there is more to do. (Legal Education Foundation) (h/t Natalie Byrom)

The Baltimore Police spy-plane was ruled unconstitutional by the US Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals. (ACLU Maryland)

A Kansas court rejected the government's reverse warrant and set ground rules for future requests. (TechDirt)

How police use Greykey to brute force encrypted phones. (Vice)

Hacked emails give an unfiltered view into the DC police gang database. (Intercept)

How YouTube’s rules are used to silence human rights activists. (MIT Tech Review)

The Facebook page searching for Egypt’s missing children. (Rest of World)

Digital transformation of court processes in Southern Africa. (Africa Judges & Jurists Forum) (h/t Mariya Badeva-Bright)

A new resource integrates murder data from 72 American cities. (Datalytics)

The US government will soon require that vendors provide a software bill of materials to help ensure integrity of an application's components. (CSO Online)

The National Center for State Courts released a measurement and evaluation framework for online dispute resolution. (NCSC)

Amnesty International launched Corporate Crimes Hub, a site with legal and investigatory resources regarding corporate crime. (AI)

Same or different?: The question still flummoxes neural networks. (Quanta)



Jobs & Opportunities

18F, the federal government’s in-house tech shop, is hiring. (18F)

A2J Tech is looking to fill dev and PM roles. (A2JT)

Ameelio, a prison communications company, needs a dev. (A)

Center for Democracy and Technology has multiple open positions. (CDT) (h/t Alex Givens)

The Day One Project needs a policy director for science and tech. (DOP)

The European Research Council has a research position for someone into legal theory and blockchain. (ERC)

Free Press is looking for a policy counsel. (FP) (h/t Amy Martyn)

Future of Privacy Forum is hiring a law and policy fellow. (FPF)

The Future Society has multiple positions. (FS)

Good Call is looking for an engineer. (GC) (h/t Gabe Leader-Rose)

Hack the Hood needs a director of curriculum and programs. (HtH)

Harvard’s Cyberlaw Clinic needs a new instructor. (HCC)

The Harvard Law Library’s Innovation Lab needs summer RAs. (HLL)

Just Tech has numerous openings. (JT) (h/t Legal Tech Jobs)

[New] Justice Connect in Australia has multiple roles open. (JC)

The Law Society of Ontario needs a policy person for its regulatory sandbox. (LSO) (h/t Keith Porcaro)

The Legal Services Corporation is hiring for a chief data officer. (LSC) (h/t Dan Bernstein)

LSC is taking speaker applications for the Innovations in Tech Conference. (ITC)

Measures for Justice has multiple positions open. (M4J)

Northeastern University’s Center for Law, Innovation, and Creativity needs a managing director. (NU) (h/t Keith Porcaro)

Paladin is looking for a product designer. (P)

The Partnership on AI is hiring for multiple positions. (PAI) (h/t Eleni Manis)

PEW needs a principal associate for its civil legal system modernization work. (PEW) (h/t Erika Rickard)

The Philly District Attorney's Office is looking to fill a number of roles, including for a data engineer. (PDAO)

ProBonoNet needs a product manager. (PBN)

Recidiviz is looking for a security engineer. (R) (h/t Evan Green-Lowe)

Schmidt Futures needs a technical fellow. (SF)

SimpleCitizen, an immigration tech company, has engineering, product and sales roles. (SC) (h/t Eleni Manis)

[New] The Sixth Amendment Center is looking for a data-savvy research associate and law school externs. (6AC) (h/t Silas Horst)

Theory and Principle, a legal software development boutique, needs a dev. (T&P)

University of Arizona needs a professor of practice focused on UX and law. (UA) (h/t Keith Porcaro)

University of Michigan is hiring profs focused on racial justice and tech. (UM)

Upsolve, the bankruptcy platform, is hiring for multiple roles. (Up)

The US Tax Court needs a people to support its open sourced CMS. (USTC)

Village Capital needs a managing director of its impact investing. (VC)