A conference of the Global Legal Technology Laboratory was held 5-6 May 2016 at the MIT Media Lab in Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA.
The event was hosted by Computational Law Research and Development at MIT.
According to the executive summary (a Word document, .docx):
The Global Legal Technology Laboratory (GLTL) is an emerging consortium that brings together the legal education and legal technology communities from around the world to (i) establish a new form of prototyping and development capability for innovative legal technologies and (ii) connect with and draw upon various networks engaged with intersections of law, technology and public policy.
Here are resources related to the event:
- The website for the event and the laboratory is at: law.mit.edu/gltl
- The event schedule is in a document (.docx) at: http://law.mit.edu/sites/default/files/images/GLTL%20Event%20at%20MIT%20-%20Final%20Event%20Programme%202%20May.docx
- Descriptions of projects discussed during the event are in a document (.docx) at: http://law.mit.edu/sites/default/files/images/GLTL_Portfolio_ProjectSummaries_1May2016%20V4.docx
- Margaret Hagan’s post about day 1 of the event is at: http://www.openlawlab.com/2016/05/05/law-schools-as-innovation-hubs-the-global-legal-technology-lab/
- Twitter hashtags for the event include: #gltl and #gltl16