Do Robot Lawyers Dream of Billable Seconds? ILTA 2014 Program: Storify, links, and resources

A program entitled Do Robot Lawyers Dream of Billable Seconds? was held 21 August 2014 at ILTA 2014: International Legal Technology Association Annual Educational Conference, in Nashville, Tennessee, USA.

The Website for the program does not appear to have a stable, publicly available URL, but those with a username and password may be able to access the site at: http://ilta.ebiz.uapps.net/personifyebusiness/Default.aspx?productid=1795754

Here is a summary of the program, from the program’s Website:

Imagine a future of robot lawyers — real technology doing real legal work. Throughout history, the future of technology has been studied, analyzed and predicted, sometimes with shocking accuracy. We know changes are coming, but what do they mean? How will they impact the law firm structure, efficiency, client relations and the legal realm as a whole? Come hear the observations and predictions of a dynamic lineup of legal technology experts to find out.

The speakers were:

The Twitter hashtag for the program was: #SPEC18

Click here for a storify of Twitter tweets and photos from the event.

For more resources related to this event, please see the comments to this post.

HT @jhutschu

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6 Responses to Do Robot Lawyers Dream of Billable Seconds? ILTA 2014 Program: Storify, links, and resources

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