Vendors including Neota Logic, Kira Systems and Diligen are giving access to their software and tools for the Global Legal Hackathon (GLH) as part of a tech hub available to help thousands of hackers build their projects and minimum viable products.
The GLH takes place from 22 to 24 February and David Fisher, the co-founder of the Global Legal Hackathon, said of the participating vendors, “Their involvement means that hackathon participants this year will be able to build even more sophisticated and powerful applications during the hackathon weekend.”
In 2018, the Global Legal Hackathon brought over 5,000 participants together in more than 40 cities, across 22 countries. This year the event is expected to be even bigger, with new cities and countries, including two cities in India. In addition to the new GLH Tech Hub, the hackathon will be the occasion for the launch of the Global Rise of Women in LegalTech (“GROWL”) initiative to support up-and-coming women leaders in legal innovation.
There is still time to register to participate in this year’s hackathon, which is open to everyone interested in legal innovation at no cost and no experience required. And if your legal technology company would like to contribute technology and tools to the GLH Technology Hub you can contact Mike Rinow.