For all you law and IT lovers, I am pleased to announce that Leg@l.IT is back this year! With Canada’s Privacy Commissionner, Jennifer Stoddart, and Prof. Pierre Trudel as co-presidents, three tracks with the most interesting and en vogue subjects (here is the agenda) and an impressive group of speakers, including fellow Slawers (Simon Chester, Jordan Furlong and Vincent Gautrais) and blogger (David Bilinsky), it is THE event you don’t want to miss!
Leg@l.IT is an accessible and spearheading conference, the most important of this kind in Canada, about the potential and impact of information technologies for law, lawyers, law firms, IT staff and record managers.
The second edition will be held in lovely Montreal – by itself a good reason to attend! – on April 21, 2008. Hundreds of participants will be able to choose among a wide selection of workshop topics presented by dozens of experts who will talk about virtual deal rooms, computerization of the courts, e-filing, e-discovery, paperless office, cybercrime, online identity, electronic signature, security, metadata, professional ethics, best practices and more.
Leg@l.IT is organized in collaboration with the Young Bar Association of Montreal, the Canadian Bar Association, the Montreal Bar, LexUM and Slaw!
Thanks to our partners, Leg@l.IT is the most affordable conference of its king in the world! For a small 250$ registration fee, you get access to all conferences, you are fed from breakfast to cocktail, you get the event book (see last year edition), a gift, the chance to win one of our numerous prices and the joy of joining the most geeky jurists and IT people in Canada!
Now (only 50 places left!), simply register, pack your bag (with your laptop) and join us!!
More details are available on the conference website.
See you there!