The Legal Innovation and Technology Conference is a single-day single-track conference taking place on Monday, April 3rd, 2023 from 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM at Suffolk Law School, Sargent Hall, 120 Tremont St., Boston, MA 02108. The conference will start with breakfast in the 1st Floor Function Room and end with a reception in the 5th floor Commons and Sky Lounge. Presentations will be streamed via a Zoom webinar and archived on our YouTube channel.
Continental breakfast and opening comments from Andrew Perlman, Dean of Suffolk University Law School.Video
Students will showcase their work helping folks navigate complexity and access justice.
Hear short presentations from practitioners and academics working on large-scale collaborations about their work.Video Slide Decks
David Colarusso will moderate panel discussion exploring the nitty gritty of how to actually make large-scale collaborations work.Video
Daniel is Senior Counsel for Special Projects and Innovation at the US Department of Justice. He leads the Civil Rights Division's effort to use the design process & entrepreneurial principles to test solutions for sticky challenges in legal practice & civil rights. He also runs Concept Lab, the Division's idea incubator.Video Slide Deck
In anticipation of Docacon on the 4th, we'll introduce folks to Docassemble. Docassemble is an open source tool powering much of legal tech. In this session attendees will have the option to work along with our presenter to turn an existing court form into a prototype guided interview. Bring your own internet capable device (wifi will be provided).
Important Links: These will make sense once the session gets going.
- Open the Weaver
- Name Changes:
- Alabama: get form, ask questions
- Alaska: get form, ask questions
- California: get form, ask questions for changes
- Colorado: get form, ask questions
- Connecticut: get form, ask questions
- Florida: get form, ask questions
- Maryland: get form, ask questions
- Michigan: get form, ask questions
- New York: get form, ask questions
- Oregon: get form, ask questions
- South Dakota: get form, ask questions
- Utah: get form, ask questions
- Vermont: get form, ask questions
- Wyoming: get form, ask questions
- Upload your interview
Rapid-fire talks (20 slides in five minutes).
David Colarusso will demonstrate some of the Lab's new legal AI tools (including an attempt to tame GPT for legal writing), while you enjoy drinks and light hors d'oeuvres. This is also a great chance to catch up with other attendees and speakers.Video Slide Deck