Schedule

For a description of the sessions and speaker bios, please go here

Program Grid

June 18th, 2011

8:30-9:00

Registration

9:00-9:15

Opening Remarks

9:15-9:30

Room change

CONCURRENT BREAKOUT SESSIONS

 

TRACK A
Room FLB
TRACK B
Room FLC
TRACK C
Flavelle Room

9:30-10:15

Meeting the spirit of “Free Access to Law” – an Implication of law that is “born digital” – Colin LaChance Computing the Law – Prof. Daniel Katz Privacy consideration in contracts – Gavin Magrath

10:15-10:30

Room change

10:30-11:30

Knowledge Management in the legal practice – Connie Crosby, Ron Carrere, Sanjeev Arora and Natalie Wosfold Social Media in the Courts – Omar Ha-Redeye
An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure – Key elements for social media policies –Lorraine Fleck
Domain Name Disputes– Rosario Cartagena
A non-traditional and open analysis of IP law – Felix Tang

11:30-11:45

Room change

11:45-12:30

Legal Techs in a brave new world – Monica Goyal, Michael Carabash, Terry Taoussaanopoulus and Jordan Dolgin To the Cloud – Mitch Kowalski Developing a Marketing Plan – Joy Wakefield

12:30-12:40

CLOSING

CLOSING

CLOSING

Here are the slides that were presented at lawTechcamp 2011

The Implications of Free Access to Law – Colin LaChance

Qualititative Legal Prediction – Prof. Daniel Katz

Social Media and the Courts - Omar Ha-Redeye

An Ounce of Prevention is worth a Pound of Cure: Key Elements of a Social Media Policy – Lorraine Fleck

Knowledge Management is for Everyone – Sanjeev Arora

Leveraging Knowledge to Increase Responsiveness – Ron Carriere

An Open and Non-Traditional Analysis of Intellectual Property Law – Felix Tang

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