Posts Tagged ‘Centre for Innovation Law and Policy at the University of Toronto Faculty of Law’
Topics — which “should bridge technology and law in some way” — include “technology that could help in the practice of law” and “knowledge management for solo lawyers.”
The conference Website describes lawTechCamp 2012 in the following way:
lawTechCamp is a BarCamp-style community UnConference for new media and technology enthusiasts and legal professionals including bloggers, twitters, legal-technology lawyers, social networkers, and anyone curious about new media and the law.
lawTechCamp is not just for lawyers. If you are interested in the intersection of law and technology, such as legal issues facing startups, access to justice issues, or someone just interested in technology or law, then please join us – and bring a friend or colleague.
This event is casual, with active participation between the audience and the workshop presenters and event-attendees. Attendance is free, but registration is required.
According to the conference co-organizer Monica Goyal:
We are looking for speakers and attendees [...]. It is meant to be an unconference, and we hope to do it for free again this year. And we are looking for other sponsors. [...] I would love to see this grow to other states. The sharing of ideas and community building, I believe are antecedents to technology creation.
For more information, please see the call for session proposals.
HT Monica Goyal.