Proposals invited for talks at ReInventLaw London 2013

Proposals are now invited for talks at the ReInventLaw London 2013 Conference, to be held 14 June 2013, in London, England.

The proposal submission deadline is 5 April 2013.

The conference is organized by Professor Dr. Daniel Martin Katz and Professor Renee Newman Knake of the ReInventLaw Laboratory at Michigan State University College of Law.

Talks will be chosen by a crowdsourced voting process.

Here are the proposal guidelines:

Talks must relate to some aspect of law + technology + innovation + entrepreneurship.

This is about big ideas—no sales pitches or product pushing.

Submit a talk pitch of 300 words or a link to a 30 second YouTube video by midnight April 5, 2013.

Voting opens after submission window is complete at http://www.ReInventLawLondon.com

One person, one vote—but feel free to encourage colleagues, friends, family and more to vote for your pitch!

Winners will have up to 10 minutes to speak, and will then respond to dynamic, real-time, audience-driven Q&A. […]

For more details, please see the conference Website.

For the conference program, Twitter details, and posts about the event, please see the comments to this post.

HT @reneeknake

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5 Responses to Proposals invited for talks at ReInventLaw London 2013

  1. RT @computational Deadline Extension for Proposals for #ReInventLaw London 2013 -April 11th is the CutOff – voting to follow thereafter http://reinventlawlondon.com

  2. The Twitter hashtag for ReInventLaw London 2013 was #reinventlaw https://twitter.com/search?q=%23reinventlaw

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