This Semester at a Glance
LexLab's events calendar is full of relevant
online events, hackathons, and panels. See you soon!
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Just a sample of some of our past events!
November 8-14, 2020 Virtual Hackathon
The second-ever Hack Homelessness took place virtually over the span of a week. 50 participants from all over the U.S. and the world came together to find technology solution to some of the most pressing legal issues surrounding homelessness in San Francisco.
October 22, 2020 Virtual Event
A panel of technology and policy professionals discussed the spread of deepfakes and potential counter measures. Adjunct Professor Shane Glynn moderated the panel discussion with Kathryn Harrison (Founder & CEO of FixFake and the DeepTrust Alliance), Brandie Nonnecke (Founding Director of the CITRIS Policy Lab at UC Berkeley and Fellow at the Harvard Carr Center for Human Rights Policy), and Clement Wolf (Global Public Policy Lead - Information Integrity at Google).
Legal Operations Panel
October 1, 2020 Virtual Event
A panel of four legal operations experts discussed how legal operations is changing the practice of law. Professor Alice Armitage moderated the panel discussion with Catherine Krow (Founder & CEO, Digitory Legal), Julie Lee (Director, Legal Operations and Innovation, Levi Strauss & Co.), Josh Rosenfeld (Corporate Chief Practice Officer, Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati) and Greg Kaple (Senior Director, Legal Operations Programs, Kaiser Permanente).
Legal Tech Lightning Talks
September 17, 2020 Virtual Event
Six LexLab-affiliated startups gave lightning talks about their companies, experiences in legal tech, and opportunities for students.
Tech, AI and Self-Discovery: Finding your Passion Post JD
February 13, 2020 @ UC Hastings
Featured Speaker: Andrew Arruda, CEO of Ross Intelligence
Meet the New Cohort
January 23, 2020 @ UC Hastings
We met the 5 startups in LexLab’s new cohort as they pitched their ideas!
November 21, 2019 @ UC Hastings
The most exciting day of the year! Companies from our Fall 2019 cohort, including LawZam, 1Law, Formally, KaleidoGlobe, and SpeedLegal, presented their businesses to a panel of judges.
California Privacy Law Panel
November 14, 2019 @ UC Hastings
LexLab organized a panel to discuss the new privacy regulations that came into effect January 2020. This event featured Mary Stone Ross, co-author of the ballot initiative that became the CCPA; Lothar Determann, UC Hastings professor and specialist in International Data Privacy; Alexandra Ross, Director of Global Privacy at Autodesk; and Rehan Jali, CEO of Security.AI.
So You Want to Be a GC?
November 7, 2019 @ UC Hastings
Four UC Hastings alumni shed light on what it's really like to work as in-house counsel and talked about their different paths from law school to in-house.
October 25-27, 2019 @ Make School
Our first ever Hack Homelessness hackathon connected teams of lawyers, developers, designers, builders, and thinkers. A diverse group of approximately 60 people joined us to work collaboratively in search of solutions to some of the legal issues confronting those experiencing homelessness in San Francisco.
New Legal Services Business Models
October 10, 2019 @ UC Hastings
At this Lunch & Learn, we explored cutting edge business models providing legal services.
Access Through Innovation of Legal Services Taskforce Panel
September 16, 2019 @ UC Hastings
LexLab hosted a panel to discuss the California Bar's recommendations for changes in the practice of law as part of the public comment period. This lively event featured speakers Dan Rubin, a member of the ATILS Taskforce; Micha Star Liberty, President-Elect of the Consumer Attorneys of California; and Cynthia Chandler, director of the Bay Area Legal Incubator.
April 15, 2019 @ UC Hastings
Our inaugural cohort of Clearlaw.ai, Due Course, and Syntexys presented their businesses to a panel of judges including Stephanie Corey of UpSolve, Samantha Von Hoene of Enjoy, Joe Green of Thomson Reuters, and Aravinda Seshadri of Silicon Legal Strategy.
April 10, 2019 @ UC Hastings
A great conversation with the UC Hastings alumni who have shaped Lyft - one of the most exciting transportation companies in the country. We welcomed Kristin Sverchek, General Counsel, Lindsay Llewellyn, VP Associate General Counsel, and Loni Mahanta, VP Public Policy Development to campus for a cozy fireside chat with Professor Alice Armitage, Director of Applied Innovation at UC Hastings.
Diversity in Legal Thought and Practice
March 22, 2019 @ UC Hastings
The UC Hastings Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Working Group launched a new speaker series – “Diversity in Legal Thought and Practice” – with Hastings graduate and proud Legal Education Opportunity Program (“LEOP”) alumna Adelmise Warner on March 22, 2019, in the ARC. Ms. Warner is the Global Head of Diversity and Inclusion at Sirius XM/ Pandora. This event was open to all members of the UC Hastings community and their guests.
February 20, 2019 @ Logickull
Our network is big and we're inviting them for drinks at Logikcull's headquarters in San Francisco. Meet your next cofounder, find the perfect product for your firm, meet new customers. LexLounge is a meet up for the whole SF Bay Area Legal Tech Community.
Law School: Innovation's New Frontier
November 13, 2018
Daniel Rodriguez, Dean at Northwestern School of Law joined us for a lunchtime conversation exploring how law schools can leverage their assets for legal tech innovation.
Democratizing Information with Legal Tech
November 8, 2018
A panel discussion on how legal tech helped the Sierra Club oust Scott Pruitt from the EPA, and how technology is transforming the FOIA practice. Panelists included Elena Saxonhouse, Senior Attorney at the Sierra Club and Patrick Barry, COO of Logikcull.
AI & The Law
October 23, 2018 (in conjunction with the Dean's Office)
California Supreme Court Associate Justice Cuellar spoke on the importance of human values in the application of AI to the practice of law.
Driving Change: The Law, Artificial Intelligence, and Autonomous Vehicles
March 29, 2018 (hosted by CaseText)
LexLab organized presentations on innovation in the delivery of legal services and an exclusive discussion on the issues that arise from testing driverless vehicles on public streets.