According to Lawyers Weekly, the hackathon event is “designed to create an atmosphere for intense brainstorming, encouraging attendees to put forward new ideas and bring together young minds to look at new ways to solve problems”. The article goes on to say that, “the event will feature a variety of key speakers, including Tom Daemen who is the director and assistant general counsel at Microsoft Corporate, Carolyn Maree Evans, dean of Melbourne Law School, and Michelle Mahoney, KWM executive director of innovation”.
Sessions will include a design principles workshop and a legal innovation panel. Julian Uebergang, Neota Logic’s Managing Director for APAC, will be speaking on the Legal Start-up and Apps Panel on August 6th regarding designing expert system applications and how they can bring value to the legal market.
For more information, please click here – University of Melbourne’s, Corporate Legal Hackathon – #BreakingLaw website page.