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Global Legal Hackathon in London Introduction


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Setting the scene, logistics, and introducing the judges and mentors for the London segment of the world's largest legal hackathon, hosted by Cambridge Strategy Group, Agile Elephant and Pinsent Masons.

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Global Legal Hackathon in London Introduction

  1. 1. #GlobalLegalHack #GLH2018 #London Orlando Conetta | Pinsent Masons | @ termframe on Twitter David Terrar | Agile Elephant | @DT on Twitter Rob Millard | Cambridge Strategy Group | @robmillard on Twitter
  2. 2. Welcome Orlando Conetta & Indi Shinji • Security • Health and safety • Wear your name badge at all times please
  3. 3. Agenda • Welcome • Access to WiFi • Who are the Global Sponsors • Who are our London Sponsors and Supporters • What is the goal? • When does everything happen? • About pitching your idea, and forming teams? • Access to technology • Design Thinking • Who are the judges? • Who are the mentors? • Any Questions? • Let’s start pitching!
  4. 4. Today’s Wi-Fi code: Network: Guestnet Username: GLH Password: 23Feb Saturday & Sunday in the Client Centre: Wi-Fi codes are also available in the individual meeting rooms via the telephones, we will show you how to access them
  5. 5. Who are our Global Sponsors?
  6. 6. Who are our London Supporters and Sponsors?
  7. 7. What is the Goal? • The goal is to apply innovative ideas and emerging technologies to progress the business of law or facilitate access to justice for the public • Teams of 3 to 6 (maximum 10) will come up with a prototype or proposal at the end of the hackathon to present in front of a panel of judges • We expect ideas using technologies like AI, Machine Learning, Chatbots, Blockchain, or the Internet of Things
  8. 8. When does everything happen? Friday 17:00 Sign in and Networking Auditorium 18:00 Introduction Auditorium Idea pitches - in 1 minute (plus Q&A) Auditorium Team Formation Auditorium 19:00 Hacking Begins Auditorium 21:00 Close - vacate the building
  9. 9. When does everything happen? Saturday 08:00 Full Day of Hacking Client Centre 21:00 Close - vacate the building Sunday 08:00 More Hacking Client Centre 16:00 Presentations to the judges Auditorium 18:00 Judges deliberate Auditorium 18:30 Winners announced Auditorium 19:00 Close - vacate the building
  10. 10. Pitch your idea! • 60 second pitch form a team or add team members • 60 seconds of Q&A • Form teams: – lawyer – application developer, coder – designer – graphics expert – Marketing expert – businessperson
  11. 11. Technology • Access to IBM Cloud, Watson, blockchain: – come to me for coupon codes • Access to Microsoft Azure: – come to me for promo codes • vLex, Integra Ledger, ServerManager and other technology and tools: – Go Tech Toolkit and other resources on the knowledge base toolkit-and-other-resources
  12. 12. Who are the judges? Christina Blacklaws, Vice President of the Law Society of England & Wales Frank Jennings, Partner at Wallace LLP and the "Cloud Lawyer” Joanna Goodman, Editor/Writer IT columnist at Law Society Gazette Dr Richard Sykes, Chair of the Cloud Industry Forum The judging rubric is in the knowledge base - Rules and Guidelines
  13. 13. Who are the mentors? Sophia Adams-Bhati Richard Tromans Julie Gottlieb Silvia Cambie Jelena Madir Andy Unger Kim Silver Dennis Howlett Alan Patrick Janet Parkinson Rob Millard David Terrar
  14. 14. Any Questions?
  15. 15. Let’s get pitching and forming teams!