LawTechCamp is all about you, the participants. We want the participants, to dictate what sessions are covered at lawTechCamp, and to present them. The only thing to remember is that topics should bridge technology and law in some way. This could mean technology that could help in the practice of law, or legal issues that affect the development of technology.
Last year, we had sessions on knowledge management, social media and the law, IP issues, and cloud computing.
If we receive more suggestions than rooms available for the event, we will put the suggestions to a vote.