Brooklyn Law's new Center for Urban Business Entrepreneurship (http://www.brooklaw.edu/en/intellectuallife/CUBE/Overview.aspx?), the Brooklyn Law Incubator and Policy Clinic (http://www.brooklaw.edu/academics/clinicalprogram/blip/More%20About%20BLIP.aspx), Legal Hackers (http://www.meetup.com/legalhackers/) and other partners are hosting an all-day conference on cutting edge law for entrepreneurs - it's all about finding ways of using the law to improve society.
From Bleak House to Geek House will explore ways in which we can (1) use the law to improve the needs of entrepreneurs and society, and (2) use technology and other innovations to improve the law and legal process. The day and room will be filled with legal entrepreneurs and international visionaries in law, entrepreneurship, and innovation for compelling and forward-looking discussions, demonstrations, and networking. I think they've put together a pretty unique event and you’ll find it fun, worthwhile, and possibly transformative.
More General Info (http://www.brooklaw.edu/newsandevents/events/2014/04-04-2014.aspx)
Full Conference Agenda (http://www.brooklaw.edu/newsandevents/events/2014/~/media/E0690698B7A94D658BDF41EB9535EE1F.ashx)
Free RSVP (https://securelb.imodules.com/s/1286/index.aspx?sid=1286&gid=1&pgid=887&cid=1639&muid=)
Note that you MUST RSVP through the conference RSVP page - using Meetup to RSVP will not get you in the door. That said, once you've registered for the conference make sure to RSVP with Goodnik meetup so that we know all the Goodniks who will be in attendance.