As a member of the local organizing committee, I just wanted to mention that today is the final day for priority registration for the International Conference on Artificial Intelligence & Law in San Diego.
Featuring Phil Malone, Stephanie Kimbro and my future Chicago Kent colleague Ronald W. Staudt … worth a watch …
It was a pleasure to participate in the Fourth Annual ASU-Arkfeld E-Discovery and Digital Evidence Conference. The conference featured a wide variety of speakers from the bench, law firms, in-house and the legal technology space. The conference was sponsored by the Center for Law, Science & Innovation @ Arizona State Law.
Some scenes from my LegalTech NYC 2015 experience in the pictures above (including getting stuck in an elevator).
As Oliver Goodenough has noted – #LegalTech NYC features between “$20 billion to $30 billion a year in commercial activity.” Curated by Stanford CodeX (where I am now an external faculty affiliate) and Mike Bommarito is a fellow, this year’s legal tech offered ten early to mid stage legal tech startups who collectively cover a wide range of practice areas.
I presented on a panel sponsored by FTI Technology which featured Judge John Facciola (United States Magistrate Judge in the District of Columbia), David Horrigan (451 Research) and Cliff Nichols (Day Pitney).
Check out a Cartoonist’s recap of our panel! #LTNY #LTNY15