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Daniel Martin Katz to Join IIT Chicago-Kent Faculty to Support Chicago Kent's Ongoing Initiative to Build the Preeminent Law & Technology Program in the Country

Screen Shot 2015-03-02 at 2.48.18 PMI am excited to announce that I am leaving MSU to join the Chicago-Kent College of Law where I have accepted a lateral offer starting this summer.

It is has been a good run here at MSU Law and wish my MSU colleagues all the best.

The opportunity to be part of one of the long standing and premier law+tech programs is extremely exciting and I look forward to doing great things with my new colleagues at Chicago Kent.   As noted in the press release, I am excited to “assume a key leadership role in the law school’s ongoing initiative to build the preeminent law and technology program in the country!”

More to come starting this summer …

#ReInventLaw NYC – February 7, 2014 The Great Hall @ Cooper Union Sign Up For Your Free Ticket Today!

You are invited to join us for ReInventLaw NYC — to be held in New York City on February 7, 2014 at the Cooper Union in Manhattan.

This high energy completely *free* event that is open to anyone interested in the future of the law including but not limited to law students, practicing lawyers, technologists, venture capitalists, data scientists, legal hackers, government officials, law professors, legal operations professionals, legal entrepreneurs, etc.

The full list of the 40+ Speakers is now live!

In the meantime, please sign up for a free ticket today by clicking here.  When they are gone, they are gone (and they are almost gone)!

The event follows immediately on the heels of LegalTech NYC (which is a 12,000+ person trade show attended by the leading technologists in the legal industry).  This  will make it easy for LegalTechNYC goers to attend.

We are very excited to be able to secure this location for this event – the Cooper Union Great Hall in Manhattan.  The Great Hall in among the most important venues in American History as it is the site of Abraham Lincoln original abolitionist speech delivered in this very venue – February 27, 1860.

By way of background, we have run previous sold out events in Silicon Valley, London and Dubai.   For recent examples please see here:
http://reinventlawsiliconvalley.com/
http://reinventlawlondon.com/

Check out some of the videos from prior events here:
http://reinventlawchannel.com/

You can learn more about the work of the #ReInventLaw lab here:
http://reinventlaw.com/

Sign up for your free ticket today and we will look forward to seeing you Friday February 7, 2014 @9:00am. 

ReInvent Law London 2013 – A Free, Open & Crowd Sourced Conference – June 14, 2013 in Central London

#ReInvent Law London 2013 will be an open, crowd-sourced conference! Talks will be submitted by the public and then those proposals will be voted upon by the public.  Anyone can pitch a topic, and everyone can vote.

Here are the rules:

1.  Submit your 300-word or 30-second-YouTube-video pitch at www.ReInventLawLondon.com between now and midnight on April 5, 2013.

2.  Vote for your favorite pitch when the voting window opens in early April.  One person, one vote—but feel free to use Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn to encourage colleagues, friends, family and more to vote for your pitch.

3.  Talks must relate to some aspect of law + technology + innovation + entrepreneurship.  This is about big ideas—no sales pitches or product pushing.

4.  Winners will have up to 10 minutes to speak, and will then respond to dynamic, real-time, audience-driven Q&A.

5.  You can also sign up here for a FREE ticket to witness ReInvent Law London, June 14, 2013.  Each of our previous events have sold out – so sign up today!

#ReInventLaw London 2013 is part of Michigan State University College of Law’s 21st Century Law Practice Summer Program.

Learn more about our laboratory and its 4 pillars —  { Law + Tech + Design + Delivery }
@ www.ReInventLaw.com