ReInvent Law Dubai 2012: Unconference on Law, Technology, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship will be held 10 December 2012 at Dubai Knowledge Village, Dubai, UAE, according to an announcement at Computational Legal Studies.
According to the event brochure:
ReInvent Law Dubai is an (un)conference focusing on law, technology, innovation and entrepreneurship. Building upon the success of the recent London event, leaders in the ﬁelds of law, technology and beyond will come together to share ideas about innovation in the delivery of legal services.
This event is Free, Open and Participatory. Anyone can propose a topic. Entrepreneurs, new media/technology enthusiasts, legal professionals, social networkers, and those curious about future innovation in law and technology will want to attend.
The Michigan State University College of Law Graduate Program at MSU Dubai is a primary sponsor.
For more information, please see the announcement.
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