[UPDATE, 21 October 2014: Here is a list of the accepted legal technology panels for SXSW 2015 Interactive.]
Several legal technology proposals have been submitted for SXSW 2015 Interactive, scheduled to be held 13-17 March 2015 in Austin, Texas, USA:
- Craig Barker and Rubsun Ho: The Good News of Legal Services Disruption
- Nicole Bradick and Noah Waisberg: Will Your Next Lawyer Be a Machine?
- Jameson Dempsey, Amy Wan, Phil Weiss, and Dan Lear: Legal Hackers: A global movement to reform the law
- Mikkel Krogsholm: The Blockchain. Creating a new distributed world
- Aisha Moodie-Mills, Danielle Moodie-Mills, and Leanne Pittsford: Digitizing Democracy: Beats, Bytes, Bipartisanship
- Basha Rubin and Nabiha Syed: Rock, Meet Hard Place: Does Law Stifle Innovation?
- Molly Schwartz, Rebecca Williams, Molly Bohmer, Daniel Schuman: Your Laws, Your Data: Making Government More Open
- Jay Zalowitz: Hacking the government
For more details, please click the links above to see summaries of proposals and to vote. Voting ends 5 September 2014.
If you know of other legal technology proposals for SXSW 2015 Interactive, please feel free to describe them in the comments to this post.