Legal IT 4.0 – April 26 & 27, 2010 in Montreal

This year’s Legal IT conference, Legal IT 4.0, is scheduled for April 26 and 27th. Each year the conference looks at information technology and its impact on the law. I was fortunate to attend last year’s conference, and found the audience and presenters to be a stimulating mix of thought leaders and those new to many of the concepts.

The program has largely been set, and the 50-plus speaker roster is being finalized. The subject areas being covered:

Day 1:

  • Cyber crime
  • IT in courtrooms
  • Tech Showcase – written communications
  • e-Discovery
  • Early adopters
  • Tech Showcase – research and processing results

Day 2:

  • Intellectual Property
  • Tips and Tricks at the office and elsewhere
  • Tech Showcase: cloud computing
  • Commercial law
  • In-house lawyers
  • Tech Showcase: law firm management

The Plenary on Day 1 will be Countering spam by legislative means in Canada(Bill C-27) by the Honourable Yoine Goldstein Ad. E. Plenary for Day 2 is scheduled as Controversy surrounding Google Books and the Book Rights Registry by Charles S. Morgan.

Early bird registration is available until March 12th.

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