Technological and business innovations are pushing industries worldwide to become more efficient and effective. Unfortunately, the legal industry has yet to modernize. LawTechCamp was designed to address this problem and to identify ways of moving forward by bringing together leaders in both the legal and technology industries. The conference examines the intersection between law and technology and provides a space where conversations about their intersection can take place.

The third annual LawTechCamp will take place on June 8th in Toronto at BNOTIONS office on Front and Jarvis. The unconference will bring together thought leaders for a half-day forum on in the intersection of law and technology. Guests will have the opportunity to hear from established industry leaders from CALI to LegalZoom, recent success stories like Clio and Mootus, and the next generation of startups that are beginning to gain traction in the marketplace.

LawTechCamp will extend the conversation beyond the scope of the unconference by partnering with digital media experts thirdocean to create a series of interviews to post online. Lawyers will be able to earn CPD hours while challenging the underlying assumptions of how technology can shape the practice of law. Topics for discussion will be as diverse as how technology can make a law practice more efficient and effective, to how a Toronto startup is bringing the lessons learned from crowdsourcing to the world of litigation funding.

This year’s half-day LawTechCamp will be punchier, more compact and personal. The more intimate setting will allow guests and presenters to network more effectively, and also for panels to be more evenly balanced between audience and presenter. As a result of LawTechCamp’s focus on engaging with its guests, registration is limited and is expected to fill very quickly. Tickets are currently on sale for $25.00 and are expected to sell out. To reserve your spot at the conference, visit


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