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Thursday, March 17 • 11:00am - 12:00pm
Public Service Legal Tech in the Data.Gov Era

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Open data, open standards and open source technology are exploding at all government levels. This boom is starting to have an impact on courts, prosecutors, public defenders and many others. This panel of experts will introduce the audience to the opportunities and challenges they see in public service legal tech. They’ll talk about their experiences building new technology for courts, government lawyers, and government law libraries, and they’ll share their views on what shape the future might take.

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David Colarusso

Data Scientist, Committe For Public Counsel Services
David Colarusso is an attorney, software engineer, and former high school physics teacher living in the greater Boston area. He was originally hired by the MA public defender agency (CPCS) as a staff attorney. However, he has recently transitioned to doing data science on their behalf. He is the author of a programming language for lawyers, QnA Markup, and along with teammates William Li and David Zvenyach, he created an app for the determination... Read More →
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Michael Robak

Associate Law Library Director, The University of Missouri-Kansas City
Michael Robak received his J.D. from Robert H. McKinney School of Law and a Masters in Library and Information Science from the University of Illinois. Michael began his career as a deputy prosecutor in Indianapolis and subsequently held a number of administrative positions including Marion County Court Administrator. After that he worked as a private practitioner in large and small firm settings as well as his own solo practice. In 2000 he... Read More →
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Adam Ziegler

Managing Director, Library Innovation Lab @ HLS
Adam Ziegler is an attorney and member of the Library Innovation Lab at Harvard Law School where he leads technology projects like Free the Law, Perma.cc and H2O. Before taking that role, he co-founded a legal tech startup named Mootus and represented clients for over a decade at Covington & Burling, Goodwin Procter LLP and Donnelly, Conroy & Gelhaar LLP, where he was a litigation partner.

Thursday March 17, 2016 11:00am - 12:00pm
Astoria Room Third Level

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