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. Building off the strength of LawTechCamp Toronto – LawTechCamp London will be the first such event held outside of North America.
This event is casual, with active participation between the audience and the workshop presenters and event-attendees. Attendance is free, but registration is required.
Confirmed presenters include keynote speaker Richard Susskind, Chris Kenny (Chief Executive of the Legal Services Board), and many others. The event is being organized as part of our MSU-Westminster 21st Century Law Practice summer study abroad program run by my colleague Professor Daniel Katz, myself, and our Westminster partners Professors Lisa Webley and John Flood.
Anyone can propose a presentation —either a 6 minute Ignite-style talk with auto-advancing slides or a 12-18 minute TED style presentation.
Hope to see you there!