Marton Ribary is a Lecturer in Law at Royal Holloway, University of London (RHUL) where his research focuses on legal reasoning. He works with Natural Language Processing (NLP) and algorithmic rule modelling methods applied to historical (Roman and Rabbinic) as well as modern (English) texts in private law. Marton has a background in philosophy (MA, Budapest, 2009), ancient legal history (MPhil, Oxford, 2011; PhD, Manchester, 2018), and library and information studies (MA,UCL, 2019). Before joining RHUL, he was a teaching fellow in Rabbinic law and later head librarian at Leo Baeck College London (2013-2018), lecturer in Jewish Studies at the University of Manchester (2019), and a Leverhulme Early Career Research Fellow at the University of Surrey School of Law (2019-2022). His Leverhulme project produced a database prototype of Emperor Justinian's Digest of Roman law (533 CE) which was the starting point of an award-winning open research case study (2021).