The University of Kansas School of Law, like a growing number of law schools across the nation, is starting to teach its students cutting-edge quantitative subjects such as data analysis and artificial intelligence.
This semester, Kansas law students had the first chance to take the “Legal Analytics” course taught by professor Andrew W. Torrance.
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