An unconference called “Law Tech Camp” is being held at the University of Toronto – Faculty of Law this Saturday, June 18th from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. The idea behind Law Tech Camp is to help bridge the gap between the tech and legal communities and encourage the exchange of ideas and knowledge between the two areas.
I will be one of the panelists presenting and here’s a brief synopsis of the topic:
FROM 11:45 TO 12:30 (sessions running concurrently in different rooms)
Legal Techs in a Brave New World – Panel Discussion with Monica Goyal, Michael Carabash and Terry Taoussanopoulos, Chair – Jordan Dolgin
Technology startups have exploded in number over the past few years. Some of these startups are attacking the legal market. We invite you to an open chat with some Toronto-area legal tech startups. They’ll offer insights on startup life, including on how to get started, and what they’re working on. We’ll also discuss the general impact of tech startups on legal practice, and the future of law and technology.
Michael Carabash (B.A., LL.B, J.D, M.B.A.) is a Toronto lawyer, social media nut, and the founder of www.dynamiclegalforms.com. The website offers legal forms with video tutorials, a free legal health checkup, and lots of free legal information. Michael has been featured in local and national media and legal trade publications for his innovative approach to providing legal services.
REGISTRATION IS FREE, so don’t miss out!