Code the Deal: Legal Transactional Hackathon: Results, storify, links, and resources

Code the Deal, a legal transactional hackathon, was held 19-21 September 2014, in New York City.

The event was organized by Legal Hackers and Nixon Peabody.

Click here for descriptions of projects worked on at the event.

Twitter hashtags for the event included #codethedeal and #legalhack

Click here for a storify of images and Twitter tweets from the event.

Here are the results of the event:

Here is a description, from the event’s Website:

Code the Deal is a hackathon that will take place on September 19 to 21, 2014, at Dev Bootcamp‘s NYC Lower Manhattan campus.

Participants will compete to create tech-enabled products that will improve transactional legal practice–tools that aid in counseling businesses through the legal and regulatory hurdles of consummating a sale or purchase. We believe that this is a huge, untapped market for entrepreneurship. Join us as we build some amazing products and compete for generous prizes.

What’s at Stake?

Grand Prize: $2500

Second Prize: $1000

Third Prize: $500

All participants will be invited for drinks and food at our opening reception on the evening of September 19th. We will also take care of your lunch while working (September 20-21). […]

Resources and other details are available at the Hacker League site for the event.

For more details, please see the event Website.

Click here for information about other legal hacking events.

HT @legalhackNYC

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