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Askin, Dempsey, and Weiss: Legal Hacking, Culture, and Privacy, @ CFP 2014, 10 June

Jonathan Askin, Jameson Dempsey, and Phil Weiss — all of whom are associated with New York Legal Hackers and/or DC Legal Hackers — are scheduled to speak on a panel entitled Legal Hacking, Culture, and Privacy, 10 June 2014, at … Continue reading

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New legal hacking group in Portland, Oregon: PDX Law Hackers

A new legal hacking group is forming in Portland, Oregon, USA: PDX Law Hackers. John Grant is the organizer. Here is a description of the group, from the group’s Meetup site: Portland-area creatives looking to shake-up and dust-off the tired … Continue reading

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deLevie on Legal Technology and Legal Hacking

An interview with software developer and law student Alan deLevie of American University has been posted at LawLytics: Attorneys, Learn To Code (Part II): Interview With A ‘Legal Hacker’. Here are excerpts from the interview: [...] We ended Computer Science … Continue reading

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Katz on the Legal Hacking Movement

Professor Dr. Daniel Martin Katz of Michigan State University and the ReInventLaw Lab has a new post about the legal hacking movement: The #LegalHack Movement -or- The HomeBrew Computer Club of the Legal Industry, at Computational Legal Studies. Here are … Continue reading

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The Scope of the Legal Technology Hacking Movement

We track legal technology hacking events in this post. By legal technology hacking events, we mean hackathons, design jams, and other meetings at which developers and designers engage in coding or other development activities leading to the creation of new … Continue reading

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Legal Hacking, Technology, and Innovation Groups

There now appear to be more than twenty legal hacking, technology, or innovation groups meeting regularly and hosting legal hacking, legal startup showcases, or similar events: Legal Hackers Atlanta Legal Innovation & Technology Meetup Austin Legal Tech and Legal Innovation … Continue reading

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Upcoming Legal Hacking Events 2014-

So far there are several upcoming legal hacking events that we’re aware of (older events are listed here): January 17-19, 2014: PDF Liberation Hackathon, Washington, DC, San Francisco, California, and elsewhere [HT @internetrebecca] January 24-26, 2014: Europarl Hackathon [European Parliament … Continue reading

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Hwang on Scoping Legal Hacking

Tim Hwang of the University of California Berkeley School of Law has posted Letter One: Scoping “Legal Hacking”, at the Robot, Robot & Hwang Blog. In this post Tim defines the terms “legal hackers” and “legal hacking” respecting three dimensions … Continue reading

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Posts and Videos on Legal Hacking Events

Several posts and videos have been published about the legal hacking events — the Brooklyn Law School Legal Hackathon (held 15 April 2012); the Georgetown Law Center Iron Tech Lawyer Competition, held 18 April 2012; and the International Legislation Unhackathon … Continue reading

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Legal Hacking Is a Movement

Legal hacking is a movement. On Twitter, the hashtags for legal hacking news are #legalhack and #legalhacks. Several legal hacking events — i.e., meetings at which developers engage in coding or other development activities leading to the creation of new … Continue reading

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