Register now to save your seat for the upcoming Leaders in Law webinar. Join Fastcase for a dive into the collaborative work between Georgia State University, the Balanced Justice Project, and the pro bono work of Eversheds Sutherland regarding the application of legal analytics to death penalty cases.
- Date: Thursday, May 20
- Time: 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM ET
Professor Anne Tucker taught the Applied Legal Analytics Lab course at the College of Law in which GSU legal analytics students researched death penalty aggregators and applied their training in analytics to the death penalty data collected for this project. Professor Tucker is the Faculty Director of the Legal Analytics & Innovation Initiative at GSU College of Law.
Ryan Fitzpatrick is a first-year student at the Maurice A. Deane School of Law at Hofstra University. Ryan graduated from the State University of New York at Albany in 2019 with his Bachelor of Arts in Political Science. In the summer of 2020, Ryan interned at Fastcase and wrote a Python script to download court documents in bulk. This summer, Ryan will be a Research Analyst Intern at Eversheds Sutherland.
Hannah Gorman is a dual-qualified attorney (UK: solicitor-advocate and US: New York) and licensed mitigation specialist in Florida. She is the director of the Balanced Justice Project and works within the Florida Center for Capital Representation at FIU Law Clinic, Miami, USA. She has worked with the United Nations, European Union, foreign governments and local legal teams to provide effective assistance to those facing the death penalty around the world.
Anusia Gillespie is Vice President, Solutions Lead at UnitedLex, an enterprise legal and technology services company focused on optimizing legal departments for the world’s most iconic brands. Anusia builds and scales UnitedLex solutions across all service lines to realize optimal impact on legal department workflow, culture, talent, and technology. Anusia joined UnitedLex from her role as the Global Co-Head of Innovation at Eversheds Sutherland, where she was responsible for US innovation strategy and client impact solutions across all practice groups.