Month: August 2020

Blawx: Rules as Code Demonstration, in MIT Computational Law Report

In this paper aimed at non-programmer lawyers, Jason Morris provides an introduction to the concept of “Rules as Code”, and demonstrates its use to encode Covid-19 rules, and generate applications on the basis of those rules.

Blawx Featured in two(!) papers in MIT Computational Law Report Release 1.2

This has a been a week of wonderful surprises for Blawx. On Monday, Blawx was named as a finalist in the American Legal Technology Awards. Today, Blawx is featured twice in release 1.2 of the MIT Computational Law Report. My paper “Blawx: Rules as Code Demonstration” is an interactive introduction to Rules as Code and …

Blawx named as finalist in ALTA Awards!

On Monday it was announced that Blawx has been named as a finalist in the first-ever American Legal Technology Awards, in the category of “startup.” The other two finalists in the startup category, Luminance and Legalmation are both inspiring companies, doing impressive things with the newer generation of data-based artificial intelligence. That Blawx, an open …

SSL Now Available for Blawx Live Alpha

Since moving the live demo to the open source version of Blawx in early June, we have not had SSL available on the new demo server. As of today that has been fixed. You can now access the live demo over SSL, which will make it safer to test with private information, and will also …