The fourth annual LawTechCamp takes place this Saturday at Ryerson University’s DMZ building. LawTechComp provides an opportunity to “bridge the gap between the tech and legal communities and encourage the exchange of ideas and knowledge.”
This is an unconference type event organized against the following schedule:
- Impact of CASL on Lawyers and Entrepreneurs
- Panel Discussion: Future of the Legal Profession in the Age of Disruption
- Panel: Alternative Models of Legal Service Delivery
- Law Technology Retrospective and Future Insights
In addition Chris Bentley, former Attorney General of Ontario, will deliver a lunchtime keynote talk on “Law, Technology and the Public Interest.”
There’s a small registration fee of $25.
Looks like a great group of presenters and an excellent opportunity to learn more about law and technology.