This year’s award recognizes Susan Nevelow Mart’s The Algorithm as a Human Artifact: Implications for Legal (Re)Search. The article, which some may and I will say, is one of the most important articles published in the 2010’s, demonstrates how legal research is impacted by the biases and assumptions held by the programmers who construct the algorithms searchers use. Congratulations. — Joe
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