Tim Hwang tells us that registration is now open for CodeX FutureLaw 2013, “a conference focusing on how technology is changing the landscape of the legal profession and the law more broadly,” to be held 26 April 2013 at Stanford Law School, Stanford, California, USA.
Tim is Chair of the conference.
The legal informatics topics to be addressed during the conference sessions include:
- Legal Disruption: Why Now? Why Here? What Next?
- Computational Law and Contracts
- Designing Legal Data
- Open Source Legal Practice
- Itai Gurari of Judicata
- Tony Lai of LawGives
- Daniel Lewis of Ravel Law
- Tim Stanley of Justia
- Ed Walters of Fastcase
For more details, please see the conference Website.
HT Tim Hwang
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