Category Archives: Groups

New legal hacking group in Portland, Oregon: PDX Law Hackers

A new legal hacking group is forming in Portland, Oregon, USA: PDX Law Hackers. John Grant is the organizer. Here is a description of the group, from the group’s Meetup site: Portland-area creatives looking to shake-up and dust-off the tired … Continue reading

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Congressional Data Coalition

The Congressional Data Coalition is a new organization advocating for greater public access to U.S. federal legislative information. The group’s Website is at: http://congressionaldata.org/ The group has a Twitter account at @congressdata The group’s blog is at: http://congressionaldata.org/learn-more/blog/ Here is … Continue reading

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Katz on the Legal Hacking Movement

Professor Dr. Daniel Martin Katz of Michigan State University and the ReInventLaw Lab has a new post about the legal hacking movement: The #LegalHack Movement -or- The HomeBrew Computer Club of the Legal Industry, at Computational Legal Studies. Here are … Continue reading

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Legal Hacking, Technology, and Innovation Groups

There now appear to be more than twenty legal hacking, technology, or innovation groups meeting regularly and hosting legal hacking, legal startup showcases, or similar events: Legal Hackers Dutch Legal Tech Meetup (Amsterdam) Atlanta Legal Innovation & Technology Meetup Austin … Continue reading

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