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Sept. 8-9, 2016

Emerging technologies for transforming A2J and expanding legal aid.

A conference co-produced by Legal Aid Ontario, the Legal Services Society of BC, and Osgoode Hall Law School.

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Are you ready for a surge of fresh perspectives on access to justice?

Be part of #legaltech history at Wired Justice, where you’ll be taken on a journey through using new and emerging technologies to upgrade A2J.

We’ll explore opportunities for collaboration, discuss recent reports, and identify next steps for research and evaluation.

Wired Justice’s keynote speakers are Roger Smith, leading law and technology researcher, and Chris Bentley, Executive Director of the Ryerson Legal Innovation Zone and former Ontario Attorney General.

They’re heading up an all-star roster of legal innovators speaking both on-site and remotely, including:

Join us at Wired Justice for the first technology and A2J conference to focus on legal aid.

 

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If you have any questions about the event, please email justesk@lao.on.ca.

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WIRED JUSTICE SPEAKERS

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Matt Gillis

Neota logic
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Michael Mills

Neota logic
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Andrew Arruda

ROSS Intelligence
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Sherry MacLennan

Legal Aid BC
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Maurits Barendrecht

Hague Institute for the Internationalisation of Law (HiiL)
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Mark Benton

Legal Aid BC
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John McCamus

Legal Aid Ontario
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David McKillop

Legal Aid Ontario
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Christopher Alfano

Illinois Legal Aid Online (ILAO)
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Chris Bentley

Ryerson Legal Innovation Zone and Law Practice Program
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Trevor C. Farrow

Winkler Institute for Dispute Resolution, Osgoode Hall Law School, the Canadian Forum for Civil Justice
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David Bonebrake

The Legal Services Corporation
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Roger Smith

Expert in domestic and international aspects of legal aid
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John Mayer

Centre for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction (CALI)
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Jessica Frank

Center for Access to Justice & Technology, Chicago-Kent College of Law
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Monica Goyal

My Legal Briefcase
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THE SCHEDULE

Opening remarks and keynote speaker introduction

by John McCamus

07:40 PM

Dinner Keynote: Digital Delivery of Legal Services to People on Low Income

by Roger Smith

8:00 PM

Open discussion with Roger Smith

by Roger Smith

08:30 PM

Wrap-up and overview of Friday’s activities

by David McKillop

09:00 PM

Brief welcome and keynote speaker introduction

by David McKillop

08:30 AM

Keynote: The Legal Innovation Zone at Ryerson University

by Chris Bentley

08:45 AM

Panel Discussion: Computer-Mediated Education and its Impact on Legal Education

by John Mayer, Monica Goyal and Trevor C. Farrow. Moderated by David McKillop.

09:40 AM

Morning Break

10:30 AM

The Legal Services Corporation

by David Bonebrake

10:45 AM

Break/Lunch

11:30 AM

Presentation/Lunch

by Colin Rule and Maurits Barendrecht

11:50 PM

Panel Discussion: Online Legal Forms and Document Assembly Tools

by Christopher Alfano, Jessica Frank. Moderated by Kristian Justesen.

01:20 PM

Afternoon Break

02:05 PM

MyLawBC Demonstration and Discussion

by Mark Benton, Sherry MacLennan, moderated by Kristian Justesen

02:20 PM

Panel discussion: AI and Deep Thinking Tools

by Andrew Arruda, Matt Gillis, Michael Mills

03:05 PM

Wrap-Up and Acknowledgements

by David McKillop

3:50 PM

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Wired Justice is a co-production of Legal Aid Ontario, Legal Aid BC, and Osgoode Hall Law School.

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