The event was organized by CodeX: The Stanford Center for Legal Informatics.
The event Website and program are available at: https://www.law.stanford.edu/event/2014/10/09/evolve-law-a-codex-demo-event
Video of the event is available at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6LpKQkgr9iU
Tony Lai of LawGives has posted a report on the event: EvolveLaw: A Report From the Frontier of Legal Tech Innovation.
One Twitter hashtag for the event was #evolvelaw
Pieter Gunst of LawGives livetweeted the event and made the videos linked above.
Here is a description of the event, from the announcement:
Sponsored by CodeX: The Stanford Center for Legal Informatics
Thursday, October 9, 2014
Stanford Law School, Room 190
Please join us for a discussion with founders of some of the hottest legal tech companies who will be presenting the nuts and bolts of starting a legal tech business, funding experiences, marketing and sales strategies, and brief demos of their products. LexMachina’s Owen Byrd will speak on their journey as a pioneer in this space and the panel will be moderated by Roland Vogl.
- Roland Vogl, Executive Director, CodeX – The Stanford Center for Legal Informatics
- Owen Byrd, Chief Evangelist & General Counsel, Lex Machina
- Ned Gannon, Co-Founder & CEO, eBrevia
- Jake Heller, Co-Founder & CEO, Casetext
- Mary Juetten, Founder & CEO, Traklight
- Tony Lai, Founder & CEO, LawGives
- Daniel Lewis, CEO, Ravel Law
- Ben Longoria, Founder & CEO, Wizdocs
- Julia Shapiro, Co-founder & CEO, Hire an Esquire
- Nicole Shanahan, CEO, ClearAccess IP
For more details, please see the announcement.
For more resources related to this event, please see the comments to this post.
HT Roland Vogl