We’re gearing up for the 2017 Legal Hackers International Summit! The third annual, invitation-only Summit will convene Legal Hackers organizers and legal-innovation thought leaders from around the world to share experiences and knowledge and to chart the path ahead for the Legal Hackers movement.
Can’t wait to see you there! #legalhack2017
Invitees: You must register to attend. To register, click the link you received by email. If you would like to attend, but have not yet received an invitation, please email us to request an invitation.
When: 7 PM on August 4, 2017, to 2 PM on August 6, 2017
Nearest Subways: F (York Street), 2/3 (Clark Street), A/C (High Street)
The weekend will include a fascinating array of keynotes, panels, workshops, demos, and cultural activities from leaders of the legal hacking, legal technology and civic innovation communities. Here are just a few of our amazing speakers (more to come!):
Want to be a presenter or have an idea for a compelling session? We would love to hear your pitch! Submit your proposal here and we will let you know about scheduling.
Friday August 4, 2017
7-9pm – Welcome Reception (61 Local, Brooklyn, NY)
Saturday August 5, 2017
9:30am – Breakfast & Coffee
9:45am – Welcoming Remarks
- Phil Weiss, Director, Legal Hackers
- Jameson Dempsey, Director, Legal Hackers
10:00am – Morning Keynote
- Jim Sandman, President, Legal Services Corporation
10:40am – Morning Presentations
- Measuring Legal Innovation, Dan Linna, Chicago Legal Hackers
- Legal Hackers Chapter Case Studies:
- Legal Hacking in Nigeria, Olumba Chukwemeka Benjamin, Imo Legal Hackers
- Legal Hacking in the Middle East, Suzanna Kalendzhian, Dubai Legal Hackers*
- Legal Hacking in Singapore, SG Legal Hackers*
- Legal Hacking in Ukraine, Dmitry Foremnyi, Valentyn Pivovarov, Nestor Dubnevych, Helen Locaychuk, Nataliia Komarnytska, Kyiv Legal Hackers
- Hacking Human Trafficking, Rob Spectre, Brooklyn Hacker
- Legal Hacking for Grenfell, Arlene McDaid, Legal Hackers Scotland
12pm – Lunch & Keynotes
- Keynote, TBA
- Sunday workshop previews
1pm – Early-Afternoon Presentations
- Panel, The Gray Area: Where Government Transparency Meets Individual Privacy
- Rebecca Williams, DC Legal Hackers
- Chris Wong, NYU GovLab
- Rashida Richardson, NYCLU
- Dominic Mauro, Civic Hacker (DoITT by day)
- Teaching Hacking for Access to Justice, Jose Torres, Colombia Legal Hackers
- Lexorium: Improving Innovation Skills for Law Students, Denis Ivanov, Kyiv Legal Hackers
3:30pm – Break
3:40pm – Late-Afternoon Presentations
- Cannonball, Sarah Feingold, Vroom
- Hacking Law Firm Culture, Scott Allan, Toronto Legal Hackers
- Holacracy for Law Firms, Dima Gadomsky, Kyiv Legal Hackers
- Panel, Tech Policy: The General Counsel’s Perspective
- Adam Greenberg, Warby Parker
- Charles Kwalwasser, Bark & Co
- Ho Shin, Yext
- more TBA
- Panel, Blockchain Year in Review
- Noah Thorp, SF Legal Hackers
- Dazza Greenwood, MIT Media Lab
- Nina Kilbride, Monax
- Houman Shadab, Clause.io
- Pat Berarducci, Consensys
- Reuben Bramanathan, Coinbase
6pm – End of Presentations
7pm – Organizers & Speakers Dinner (Location TBA)
Sunday August 6, 2017
9:30am – Coffee and Welcome
10am – Morning Workshops
- Using Network Theory to Improve Legal Systems, Aileen Schultz, Toronto Legal Hackers
- Design Thinking Workshop, Cat Moon and Franklin Graves, Music City Legal Hackers
- Demystifying Data Science Workshop, James Miller, Federal Communications Commission
- Technology for Social Justice: Field Scan Workshop, Georgia Bullen, Open Technology Institute
12:30pm – Legal Hackers Forward-Looking Presentations
- Legal Hackers, the Global Legal Technology Laboratory, and Law School Collaborations, Jonathan Askin, Brooklyn Law School
- Accelerating Legal Hackers, Phil Weiss, New York Legal Hackers
- Taking Legal Hackers to the Next Level, Dan Lear, Seattle Legal Hackers
1:30pm – Lunch & Closing Remarks
2pm – Cultural Activities in NYC
- Weather: New York in the summer is hot and humid. Check the weather here.
- Getting Around: Taxis, Ubers, and Lyfts are plentiful, but the subway is always cheaper. Note that subways schedules are variable on the weekend due to construction.
- Attire: Summit attire is smart casual/jeans/etc.
- Power Converters: Here are a few options.
- Wi-Fi/SIMs: The summit will have wi-fi. Let us know if you need options for SIMs.
Many thanks to our Summit organizing committee: Tom Brooke, Caroline Calomme, Jameson Dempsey, Dan Lear, Phil Weiss, James Miller, Jonathan Askin, Bryan Wilson, Aileen Schultz, Mark Potkewitz
Thank you to our sponsors!
Startup Community Sponsors
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