Draft Agenda for the 2017 Fin (Legal) Tech Conference is Now Live

The Draft Agenda for the 2017 Fin (Legal) Tech Conference is Now Live One Stage, No Panels, 20+ Speakers in 1 Day with More Speakers to Be Announced Soon.   Sign up for a FREE Ticket Today — See you on October 19, 2017 in Chicago!   

The 2017 Fin Legal Tech Conference @ Illinois Tech – Chicago Kent College of Law (Sign Up for a Free Ticket Today)

The Law Lab at Illinois Tech – Chicago-Kent College of Law presents its second Fin(Legal)Tech Conference on October 19, 2017.  Continuing its legacy as an academic leader in legal technology and innovation, Chicago-Kent will bring together a wide-ranging group of industry leaders for a truly unique conference experience. Attendance is FREE but registration is required! Sign up for a FREE Ticket Today.

Thanks to Chapman and Cutler for helping sponsor the event!

Why Open Source Artificial Intelligence in Legal Tech ?


On August 1, we released Contrax Suite (an open source document analytics platform). It is important to note that we have decided upon dual licensing – (1) open source (AGPL) which is pretty hard core copyleft and (2) a more permissive license in specific circumstances.   The key for us is to maintain the opensource ecosystem which requires balancing competing interests.  We cannot grant the more permissive license to everyone under all conditions or it undermines the entire effort.

That said, we have a real problems in the A.I. + Law community.  Some of the claims are outlandish and the business model (at its core) does not really make sense.   We think that opensource helps solve for some (perhaps not all) of the adoption issues.

LexPredict Team Releases Open Source Analytics Platform ContraxSuite – Now Live on Github!

Live on Github – the LexPredict Team has open-sourced ContraxSuite 1.0, fundamentally altering the economics of the contract and legal document analytics space – now you can perpetually own a solution with a $0 license and $0 per document fees. But we’re just getting started. Stay tuned over the next few weeks as we release even more documentation and developer examples on Github.