Riveles Wahab associate attorney Lauren Mack was quoted in a Boston Globe article entitled “Young Lawyers Seek to Shake up Legal Profession with Mobile Apps” on her role as a Director of Legal Hackers. Legal Hackers is an organization that works to foster the global movement of lawyers, policymakers, technologists, and academics who explore and develop creative solutions at the intersection of law and technology. The article focuses on the participants and sponsors of the Code The Deal legal hackathon in New York City, which challenged participants to produce solutions that improve transactional law practice or delivery.
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