Legal technology activities at Code Across, February 21-22, 2015, MIT Media Lab, Cambridge, Massachusetts

Legal technology activities, led by Dazza Greenwood’s Computational Law Research and Development Group, are scheduled to be held as part of Code Across 2015, February 21-22, 2015, at MIT Media Lab, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA.

Here is a description from the announcement:

During the weekend of February 21-22, 2015, please join Code for Boston, the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, and municipal partners at the MIT Media Lab for a weekend of discussion, civic hacking, and data-driven exploration. The event will take place at the MIT Media Lab in the “Atrium” on the third floor.

The event will bring together government employees, technologists, and community members to focus on civic and social issues that face our local communities including public safety and justice, health and human services, economic development, and citizen engagement. We will also be celebrating open data in MA as part of International Open Data Day.

The Human Dynamics Lab will convene a special interest group both days exploring how Computational Law and Legal Informatics can provide applied solutions for CodeAcross civic and social issues. The Legal group will feature break out sessions to rapid prototype approaches and options. For more information on this special interest group, please contact Dazza Greenwood or contact us here.

Click here for the registration site.

HT @dazzagreenwood

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