SubTech 2016, happening July 7-9, is an invitational ‘unconference’ about applications of information technology to law teaching or practice that involve substantive legal content.
Artificial intelligence, computer-aided instruction, practice systems, research, and Web-based applications are typical examples. By “law teaching” we mean all contexts in which law is studied and taught, not just traditional law schools.
SubTech conferences emphasize discussion and interaction over talking heads. A preliminary list of this year’s expected attendees can be seen in our List of SubTech Participants, which will be updated as people confirm participation.
We are looking for others to join in this collaborative event. If you or someone you know is active at the intersection of legal tech and legal ed and interested in being considered for involvement, please answer the questions below and submit this form. Thanks!
We are looking for more people to join us for this collaborative conference, which focuses on discussions and interaction, over panels and plenaries. It takes teamwork to tackle technology topics.
Express Your Interest to Participate