Sessions 2013



June 8th, 2013

8:00 – 8:45


8:45 – 9:00

Opening Remarks


  Track A  Track B Track C
9:00 – 10:00 Patenting and IP Update Felix Tang

The Advantages of Machine LearningAlexander K. Hudek and Noah Waisberg Books were the Original Tech: Legal Publishing in the Age of Born Digital –Sarah Glassman

10:00 – 11:00

Defamation and Cyber bullyingTBA Advising Companies in the Disruption Economy
James Peters, Adam Ziegler and Josh Kubicki
Legal Startups PanelTBD

11:00 –12:00

Gamifying the LawfirmMitch Kowalski, Venk Chandran, Bill Kapralos, Lorene Nagata Ideas lawyers can shamelessly steal from tech startupsJoshua Lenon Crowdfunding Panel
Aaron Levenstadt

lawTechCamp 2013

We are pleased to announce the third annual lawTechCamp in  Toronto.  Help bridge the gap between the tech and legal communities and encourage the exchange of ideas and knowledge between the two areas.

What is lawTechcamp?

lawTechcamp is a BarCamp-style community UnConference for new media and technology enthusiasts and legal professionals including technology lawyers, technology developers in the legal space, legal information professionals, bloggers, tweeters, social networkers, and anyone curious about new media technology and its intersection with the legal profession.

Who should come to lawTechcamp?

lawTechcamp is not just for legal professionals.  If you are interested in the intersection of law and technology, such as how the law applies to technology, improving access to justice and the legal profession with technology, or you are someone who is curious about law and technology, then please join us – and bring a friend or colleague.

There is no charge to attend lawTechcamp, but  registration is required.

What about the sessions?

You will be able to find a list of the sessions and speakers on the Sessions page when it goes live.