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12:00am 2/26 – Denver
10:30pm 2/25 – Denver
We interview the judges of the competition. Podcast to come!
9:00pm 2/25 – Denver
7:02pm 2/25 – Denver
Chad Jolly, Software Developer at Legal Talk Network and Lawgical.com, talks hopefully about taking home the gold with his teams project this evening.
10:44 2/25am – Denver
Checking in from the Denver location of the #GlobalLegalHackathon. Teams are making their final push towards the finish line.
10:30am 2/25 – New York City American Express Headquarters
After a late night pivot in their app concept, the NYC🍎 winners of the 🌎Global Legal Hackathon, Max Paterson and Zeke Hughes, make their final adjustments to their talking app (Rights Now) which provides legal information to people when they are getting pulled over by the police. Tune in to hear Max and Zeke get real live feedback from perfect strangers as well as an early version of their pitch… before the final presentations.
— Legal Talk Network (@LegalTalkNet) February 25, 2018
3:00pm 2/24 – New York City American Express Headquarters
Team Credible sits down for a quick interview about their blockchain CLE tracking app with members John, Slavko, Ryan, Sunny, Lucas, and Stephanie.
1:11pm 2/24 – Denver status…Hackin’ and Rockin’ to “Hackathon Jukebox – Denver”
1:30pm 2/24 – New York City American Express Headquarters
Priscilla Fasoro stops by to survey LTN executive producer Laurence Colletti about their “Turbo Tax for Estate Planning” app, its potential usefulness, and features/functions.
11:45am 2/24 – New York City American Express Headquarters
Summarized “fly on the wall” audio of Olivier Van Borsel’s team creating an Easy Access Incorporation Tool.
8:32am 2/24 – Denver
— Legal Talk Network (@LegalTalkNet) February 24, 2018
10:00am 2/24 – New York City American Express Headquarters
Summarized audio of Brian Kuhn and Raphael Sacks of @IBMWatson discussing the Watson Knowledge Studio, its purpose, and the upcoming demo for participants of the Global Legal Hackathon.
— Laurence Colletti (@LaurenceEsq) February 24, 2018
9:34pm 2/23 – Denver
Naveen Mishra of Standard Meta talks about why he’s excited to join the Global Legal Hackathon and self regulation in cryptocurrency.
9:18pm 2/23 – Denver
Interview – Anmol Nuggehalli
Anmol Nuggehalli, a current TransAmerica customer service representative and aspiring lawyer, talks about utilizing the Global Legal Hackathon to network and develop his skills by joining a team!
8:55pm 2/23 – Denver
Interview – Mila Popovich
Mila Popovic of Global Women in Blockchain talks about why women and minorities are so important to the world of legal technology as it transforms and generates change.
Reach out to Mila at @MilaPopovich
8:37 2/23 – Denver
Interview – Jack Grow
Jack Grow, President of LawToolBox and judge for the Denver location of the #GlobalLegalHackathon, talks about his experience working with developers and his excitement
as the event kicks off.
8:25pm 2/23 – Denver
Interview – Christopher Osbourne
Christopher Osbourne, Director of IT and Software Development for Answer1, is at the Global Legal Hackathon to find out what exactly the legal space wants in terms of technology as well as pitch an idea of his own!
8:11pm 2/23 – Denver
Interview – John Carpenter & Nina Nichols
John Carpenter of Global Blockchain Summit and Nina Nichols of Global Women in Blockchain talk about the ideas they loved at the Hackathon tonight as well as the upcoming Global Blockchain Summit on April 19th & 20th.
You can find out more information about the event at: www.globalblockchainsummit.com
7:42pm 2/23 – Denver
Interview – John Benjamin
John Benjamin, 3L Law student at the University of Missouri, shares his idea for the Global Legal Hackathon. He hopes to create an application for victims of cyberstalking. John has a development background and a passion for access to justice. Reach out to him at [email protected]
6:00pm 2/23 – Denver
Let the hacking commence!
5:30pm 2/23 – Denver
5:20pm 2/23 – Denver
Hackers have arrived and are discussing the solutions they might be interested in making for the legal industry. Lots of incredible developers and people in legal who are putting together ideas.
7:00pm 2/23 – New York City at American Express Headquarters
A summarized version of the opening statements kicking off the Global Legal Hackathon 2018 ending with a list of the ideas before the voting began.
6:00pm 2/23 – New York City at American Express Headquarters
Audio interview recorded at the cocktail meet n’ greet with some of the participants about why they are at the Hackathon, what roles they are going to play, and how people are teaming up.
11:20am 2/23 – Denver
Welcome to Legal Talk Network’s live blog of the Global Legal Hackathon event! We’ll be reporting from Denver, New York, and maybe even Toronto! Stay tuned for audio clips and pictures too.
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