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Some of our proposed ideas include:
- Creating a user-friendly Canadian information privacy rights website where users can explore and learn about how their information is used online
- Researching new legal business models firms are using to lower overhead and drive revenue
- Issuing a technology survey to the Queen’s Law faculty and teaching staff to assess what kind of technology they use to teach, share info, and conduct research
- Writing tech review blog articles and filming video logs on the latest technology that law students and legal professionals are using to learn and practice law
- Creating legal informational resources for young tech entrepreneurs who are considering starting their own businesses
Some of our past events include:
- Hosted a video-game party fundraiser on November 14, 2012 for the launch of Halo 4 and Call of Duty 4: Black Ops
- Hosting a webcast speaker’s panel on January 21 2013 titled Technology on the Legal Frontier: Current and Future Ways to Practice Law, featuring a legal technology consultant, practitioners, and a lawyer-entrepreneur.
Have any ideas you’d like to see the LFTI execute? We’d love to hear from you! Visit our “Contact Us” page and get in touch.