Panel: Crowdsourcing the Law: Collaborative Legal Platforms, 4 April 2014

A panel entitled Crowdsourcing the Law: Collaborative Legal Platforms, will be held at a symposium, From Bleak House to Geek House: Evolving Law for Entrepreneurial Lawyers, being held 4 April 2014 at Brooklyn Law School.

Click here for livestream video of the event.

Here is the description of the panel:

Startups challenging the increasingly complicated nature of legal practice explain how tools that tap into the power of collaboration and the crowd can improve the practice.

Moderator
Phil Weiss, Founder and Director of Technological Development, New York Legal Hackers; Associate, Fridman Law Group

Panelists

  • Hon. Amedeo Santosuosso, Judge, Court of Appeal of Milan (I); Professor of Law, Science and New Technologies, University of Pavia, Department of Law, Interdepartmental Research Center ECLT, University of Pavia (I); President, European Association for Neuroscience and Law (via video)
  • Matt Hall and John Watkinson, Co-Founders, Docracy
  • Jake Heller, Founder and CEO, CaseText (via video)
  • Erik Lopez, Co-founder and CEO, Jurify

The event is organized by Brooklyn Law Incubator and Policy Clinic (BLIP Clinic).

HT @jaskin

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