In the United States, it is estimated that 80% of individuals’ legal needs go unmet. Roughly 38 million Americans who would benefit from legal assistance are not receiving any. Businesses also face challenges related to the expense of legal services.
Teams of lawyers, developers, designers, and other professionals working together to develop software-based tools to solve legal problems over a weekend and compete for cash prizes. Software is eating the legal industry. Join the hackathons accelerating the advancement of the legal industry.
Attorney - process/data/tech enthusiast - @MSULawCSO Dean of Career Dev & @MSULaw Prof - former @HonigmanLaw partner - co-founder @legalhackDET & @legalhackCHI
Principal/CEO, Pasky Gruber LLC (@paskygruber, @openlegalco). Patent Attorney. Founded: @DevNetwork_ (@IntegrateCon, @APIWorld, @DataWeekSF, @DeveloperWeek).
Partner/COO Pasky Gruber (@paskygruber @openlegalco). #Data #privacy #IP & #startup attorney licensed in #IL & #CA. Co-Founder @StrategiaInc. Go @cubs!
Innovation Counsel @MSULaw, Legal Tech Enthusiast, Chicago sports fan, Asst Organizer @legalhackCHI, Entrepreneur, Attorney, @MSULaw '14, @UFlorida '10
Chicago was just the beginning for LexHacks
The first hackathon was held on June 6-7, 2015 Hackathon at WeWork, Chicago - River North.
Developers, designers, lawyers, lean thinkers, project managers, data analysts and other professionals can working together to create solutions that improve the efficiency and delivery of legal services, as well as the access to legal services. At LexHacks, these professionals form teams and work together to compete for cash prizes for developing software-based solutions to challenges posted by sponsors.View our Cities Plan your City