This post lists selected resources related to LawTechCamp London 2012 — “a BarCamp-style community UnConference for new media and technology enthusiasts and legal professionals” — held 29 June 2012 in London, England, UK.
Here is Twitter-related information about the event:
- The Twitter hashtag for the conference is #lawtechcamplondon.
- For archived Twitter tweets, in .csv format: click here for tweets dated 28-29 June 2012; click here for tweets dated 30 June-4 July 2012.
- For Ann Priestley’s graphs of tweeters and tweet volume, click here.
- For Ann Priestley’s TAGSExplorer network graph of tweeters, click here.
- LegalAware: my #lawtechcamplondon cloud.
Here are posts and other resources about the event that I’ve been able to identify [please mention others in the comments]:
- Ajaz Ahmed’s presentation described in Legal Futures: Freeserve founder says it will take non-lawyers to bring innovation to “hated” legal market.
- Paul Bernal: Privacy Is Not the Enemy….
- Josh Blackman: Josh Blackman Presents at LawTechCamp London 2012 – Assisted Decision Making.
- Michael Bossone: PUSH: A Spoken Word Poem about Law, Technology, and Fear.
- Chris Dale: Moving on the discussion and ways of presentation at Lawtech Camp London.
- Michele DeStefano: Virtual Third Places: Making Room in the Law Market.
- John Flood: LawTechCamp London 2012.
- Joanna Goodman: Unconference! Beat poetry and quantitative analysis – we are all futurists now! (HT Brian Inkster)
- Monica Goyal: Challenges of Late Adoption.
- Monica Goyal: LawTechCamp London.
- Jon Harman: Reflections, Pushing and #LawTechCampLondon.
- Brian Inkster at The Time Blawg: LawTech Camp London 2012: In Tweets.
- Brian Inkster at The Time Blawg: LawTech Camp London 2012 Reviewed: Time to Push.
- Renee Newman Knake: Innovation in the Delivery of Legal Services.
- Renee Newman Knake: Recap of LawTechCamp London - renamed ReInvent Law London 2013.
- Renee Newman Knake: Technology and Untapped Markets in Law, a Pecha Kucha talk for LawTechCamp London.
- Marc Lauritsen: Ontologies and Openness in Law Practice Automation.
- LawSync: Law Tech Camp London 2012.
- Legal 2.0: Stuff I might have said at LawTechCamp London.
- Legal Aware: John Flood chairs a debate on the impact of the Cloud on law and legal education #LawTechCampLondon 2012.
- Legal Aware: #LawTechCampLondon 2012 : where law confronted innovation.
- LegalAware: my #lawtechcamplondon cloud.
- Paul Maharg: LawTechCamp, London (HT Ann Priestley).
- Tom McGinn at VirtualCourthouse: LawTechCampLondon 2012 (HT Brian Inkster).
- Alastair Moyes writing in Law Society Gazette: Challenging the speed of change (HT Brian Inkster).
- Richard Parnham: A tale of two conferences (HT Brian Inkster).
- Ann Priestley: #lawtechcamplondon 1: disruptive innovation?
- Ann Priestley: #lawtechcamplondon: data and disruption.
- Ann Priestley: #lawtechcamplondon: reinventing the law conference.
- Real Business Intelligence: Kicking the Machine.
- Neil Rose at Legal Futures: The next big thing.
- John Sheridan and The National Archives: Experts to contribute to world-leading legislation website.
- Solicitors Journal: Lawyers told to invest in ‘great ideas, not spreadsheets’ (HT Brian Inkster).
- Valentino Spataro has created a #lawtechcamplondon group on the Gloxa platform.
- Richard Susskind’s keynote address described by Legal Futures: “More for less”, liberalisation and technology: Susskind lays out vision of the future.
- Adam Wyner: 21st Century Law Practice and Law Tech Camp Presentations (HT Ann Priestley).
A notable characteristic of this event is that it gathers together in one place individuals from most of the different subgroups of the legal informatics community.
The event’s organizers include:
- Daniel Martin Katz, Michigan State University College of Law
- Renee Newman Knake, Michigan State University College of Law
- Monica Goyal, owner and CEO of MyLegalBriefcase.com
- Lisa Webley, University of Westminster Law School
- John Flood, University of Westminster Law School
- David Allison, The College of Law
- Jon Harman, The College of Law
Tags: Daniel Martin Katz, Innovation in law practice, John Flood, Law practice technology, LawTechCamp London, LawTechCamp London 2012, Legal educational reform, Legal informatics conferences, Legal knowledge representation, Legal ontologies, Quantitative legal prediction, Renee Newman Knake