lawTechCamp is a BarCamp-style community UnConference for new media and technology enthusiasts and legal professionals including bloggers, twitters, legal-technology lawyers, social networkers, and those curious about new media and the law. Anyone with an interest in technology, law, and innovation–especially in the wake of UK deregulation–will want to attend.
lawTechCamp is not just for lawyers. It is also for students and the public. For example, students from the Michigan State Law – Westminster Law 21st Century Law Practice Summer Program will be in attendance.
Building off the strength of LawTechCamp Toronto - LawTechCamp London will be the first such event held outside of North America.
lawTechCamp is not just for lawyers. If you are interested in the intersection of law and technology, such as legal issues facing startups, access to justice issues, or someone just interested in technology or law, then please join us – and please tell a friend or colleague to register today.
Attendance is free, but registration is required. Space is limited – so please register today!
This event is brought to you by the following organizers:
- Professor Daniel Martin Katz, Michigan State University & Computational Legal Studies
- Professor Renee Newman Knake, Michigan State University
- Monica Goyal, owner and CEO of MyLegalBriefcase.com
- Professor Lisa Webley, University of Westminster Law School
- Professor John Flood, University of Westminster Law School
- David Allison, The College of Law
- Jon Harman, The College of Law