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Jack Cushman


Jack Cushman is the director of the Harvard Library Innovation Lab, a software and design lab at the Harvard Law School Library bringing library principles to technological frontiers. A software engineer and appellate attorney, he previously worked as lead developer of the Caselaw Access Project, and has served as a lecturer on computer programming at Harvard Law School, as a fellow at Berkman and as a board member of the American Civil Liberties Union of Massachusetts.


Nov 20, 2014

Berkman Community Newcomers: Jack Cushman

Meet Berkman fellow Jack Cushman, who works on to support digital preservation at university libraries.


Library Innovation Lab

LLMs are universal translators: on building my own translation tools for a foreign language conference

BKC Affiliate Jack Cushman frames large language models (LLMs) as universal translators.

Nov 29, 2023
Library Innovation Lab

Conference talk: disruptive innovation in libraries

BKC Affiliate Jack Cushman discusses how libraries must innovate to emerging needs of the community.

Nov 28, 2023

Jack Cushman named a 2019 “Fastcase 50” Award Winner

BKC fellow honored for his work on and Caselaw Access Project

Jul 10, 2019