There are the rules which govern lawTechcamp.

  1. All attendees must be treated equally.
  2. All content created must be released under a Creative Commons license.
  3. All attendees must be allowed to participate. (subject to limitations of physical space, of course)
  4. Each session must have at least 1/3 of the time allotted for group discussion.
  5. All sessions must obey the Law of 2 Feet – if you’re not getting what you want out of the session, you can and should walk out and do something else. It’s not like you have to get your money’s worth!
  6. The event must have a technology and law focus – but you can talk about anything under this for example social media, blogging, court technology, privacy issues, intellectual property – if it applies to law and technology, it’s allowed.
  7. The financials of a lawTechcamp must be fully disclosed in an open ledger, except for any donor/sponsor who wishes to remain anonymous.
  8. The event must be provided free or as nominal an amount as possible to allow as many people to attend.

Additionally, sessions and events are strongly encouraged to be free to attend to allow as many people to attend as possible.

Thank you to PodCamp, for providing the framework for the event.


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