Several legal informatics or legal communication papers or presentations have been given at ILEC 5: The 2012 International Legal Ethics Conference, held 12-14 July 2012 in Banff, Alberta, Canada.
The Twitter hashtags for the conference were:
Here are archived Twitter tweets from the conference, in .csv format:
- Archived Tweets with hashtag #ILEC2012
- Archived Tweets with hashtag #ilec5
- Archived Tweets with hashtag #ilecv
Topics include confidentiality of lawyer-client communications, legal educational technology, empirical methods for the study of legal ethics, the quantitative measurement of legal ethical behavior, virtual law practice and other forms of law practice technology, and quantitative legal prediction.
Tags: Daniel Martin Katz, Empirical methods in legal communication studies, Empirical methods in legal informatics, ILEC, ILEC 2012, ILEC 5, ILEC V, International Legal Ethics Conference, John Flood, Law Without Walls, Legal communication, Legal educational technology, Legal ethics, Legal instructional technology, Legal technology, Quantitative legal prediction, Renee Newman Knake, Richard Moorhead, Statistical methods in legal informatics, Stephanie Kimbro, Virtual law practice