A symposium entitled From Bleak House to Geek House: Evolving Law for Entrepreneurial Lawyers, was held 4 April 2014 at Brooklyn Law School in Brooklyn, New York.
The event was organized by Professor Jonathan Askin of the law school and the Brooklyn Law Incubator and Policy Clinic (BLIP Clinic).
The Twitter hashtag for the event was #brooklawgeek
Here are the titles of the scheduled panels and talks:
- American and European Approaches to Experiential Legal Education: Training the Next Generation of Entrepreneurial Lawyers
- Lightning Talks and Demos
- Crowdsourcing the Law: Collaborative Legal Platforms
- Lightning Keynote: Hacking the Law
- Access to Justice: Using Technology and the Crowd
- Working Lunch: Collaborative Drafting of the Citizens Charter for Cyberspace
- Student Demos
- Social Entrepreneurship: New Legal Structures for Social Ventures
- Lightning Talk: Technology for the Long Haul
- Approaches to Funding Legal Processes: Alternative Litigation Financing Firms and Patent Defense
- Lightning Talk: Lessons for Lawyers from the Snowden Disclosures
- The Lawyer as “CTO”
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