Katz on the Legal Hacking Movement

Legal Informatics Blog

Professor Dr. Daniel Martin Katz of Michigan State University and the ReInventLaw Lab has a new post about the legal hacking movement: The #LegalHack Movement -or- The HomeBrew Computer Club of the Legal Industry, at Computational Legal Studies.

Here are excerpts from the post:

[…] The rise of the legal hack movement is among the most interesting developments in our industry — with significant growth coming in the second half of 2013.

Thousands of individuals in the #LegalHack movement are coming together across the globe to connect, discuss and try solve persistent problems that plague both the legal industry and public sector / judiciary. The past months alone have featured more than 10 events in locations such as Washington, DC, Palo Alto, San Francisco, Bologna, Brasila, London, Geneva, Ottawa, Brooklyn, Paris, etc. RC Richards has been compiling a list here.

Additionally, there are law+technology meetup…

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