“Rules as Code” Can and Should Be Done Without Programmers

I’ve been having conversations with people on twitter recently about my aspirational view that encoding laws will not always require programmers to be involved.

I am both a lawyer and a programmer, so it’s easy for me to be wrong about that sort of thing. So I’d like to share an example of why I think it’s possible, and you can decide for yourself.

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Rules as Code Director at Service Canada, CEO Lexpedite.ca. Previous: Lawyer; ABA Innovation Fellow; Sessional Instructor; Computational Law Researcher

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Jason Morris

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Rules as Code Director at Service Canada, CEO Lexpedite.ca. Previous: Lawyer; ABA Innovation Fellow; Sessional Instructor; Computational Law Researcher

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