The countdown is on!
Monash University is excited to bring the inaugural Global Legal Hackathon to Melbourne.
Taking place in 40 cities worldwide over the weekend of 23-25 February 2018, this unique opportunity is now open for registration.
Do you have a tech solution to fix some of the legal industry's biggest problems?
Want to engage with some of the industry’s most high profile people in the legal tech space?
The Global Legal Hackathon brings together the world's leading legal thinkers and doers in support of a unified vision: rapid development of tech solutions to progress the legal industry and the function of law and justice.
What’s in it for me?
Build your skills, knowledge and employability by making sure you’re part of the first legal hackathon of this kind. You’ll be competing for a place at a New York showcase of the best legal-tech innovations in the world. Come with your own ideas or form a team with friends.
You don't need to be a tech whiz - if you're a problem solver looking for a challenge, with a background in any of the following, the Global Legal Hackathon is for you:
University students (Law, IT, Engineering)
Lawyers (partners, graduates, associates, barristers)
What ideas can I pitch to the Hackathon?
The sky's the limit! You can pitch your own idea or solve a problem supplied for you by our industry partners. You’ll also have mentors on hand to help you craft your solution.
Secure your place - Register now
Date: Friday 23 - Sunday 25 February 2018
Venue: Learning & Teaching Building, Monash University, Clayton Campus
Registration: Register online following all steps, including the Cadence App download. You’ll be notified with full event details after you’ve registered.
Rub shoulders with the best
Each submission will be judged by a team of leading legal and tech figures, including:
- Chris Humphreys - Director, Civil Law Policy, Department of Justice, Victoria
- Michael Dodge - Partner, Arnold Bloch Leibler
- Julian Uebergang - Managing Director, Asia Pacific, Neota Logic
- Professor Bryan Horrigan, Dean, Faculty of Law, Monash University
For more information on the Global Legal Hackathon see here.