About The Juris Lab

The Juris Lab is a forum where data analytics meet the law. The site consists of several parts. We have regular content developed by our contributors who have advanced expertise in quantitative legal analysis.  This content comes in the form of short posts focused on decisions and individuals that play roles in all U.S. federal and state courts. We distill data so that it can be easily understood by audiences ranging from the legal industry, to the politically conscious public, to academics. Since we work from quantitative data there is also a data section where datasets can be accessed for public consumption. In the future larger databases will be made available through The Juris Lab to help make the world of big data and the law accessible to a larger audience. Feel free to browse the various sections of the site as they become available. If you have questions or are interested in learning more, please contact us at info@thejurislab.com.


Who we are.

The contributors to this site include a diverse group of attorneys steeped in advanced quantitative methods. Several of the contributors hold dual J.D./ Ph.D.’s, others are general counsel to corporations, legal practitioners in big and small firm environments, data scientists, and career academics. Our areas of focus range from public to private law with specializations ranging from contracts, business, sports law, constitutional law, and many others.

Adam
Feldman

Founder


James
Daily

Contributor


Antonio
Remes

Contributor


Taylor
Dalton

Contributor


Sam C.
Ehrlich

Contributor


James
Heilpern

Contributor


Bryan
Gividen

Contributor


JP Schnapper-Casteras

Contributor


Beverly
Rich

Contributor


Kris
Coombs

Contributor


Jordan C. Peterson

Contributor


Bailey
Fairbanks

Contributor


Alexander Kappner

Contributor


Megan
Callan

Contributor


Ross
Guberman

Contributor