Webinar: New student lab for legal tech innovations - LILO
Are you interested in legal innovation or have started a legal tech project? The Legal Innovation Lab Oslo (LILO) is a new service for students.
If you have started a legal tech project, or have an idea for a project, you should get in touch with LILO. Tech knowledge is not required (Illustration: unsplash.com / Indonesia UX).
Technology provides new opportunities in the legal domain. For example, legal services can be provided at lower costs to the public through a smartphone app or website, and machine learning can assist lawyers in decision making.
This spring, the Legal Innovation Lab Oslo (LILO) was established to offer guidance and support for legal tech projects initiated by students. LILO is also a venue for meeting staff, other students and third parties with an interest in technology and the law. Programming skills are not required.
We invite you to a first webinar, where we will present the vision for LILO and you will meet some of the student innovators already associated with us. We also want to get your input on what LILO should be.
- 11:00 - Welcome
- 11:05 - What is LILO?
- 11:15 - Elevator pitches by innovators
- 11:35 - Wishes for LILO – what should it be?
- 11:55 - Next steps & how to get involved
- 12:00 - Questions, discussion, mingling
We will have a physical grand opening in the autumn semester, where we will be able to mingle in person.
LILO is established by Centre for Experiential Legal Learning and the Faculty of Law, University of Oslo.
We look forward to seeing you!