The Global Legal Hackathon, which takes place Feb. 23-25 in more than 40 cities around the world, has put out a call for legal technology companies to participate.

The hackathon is inviting all legal technology companies, no matter how large or small, to participate by providing their technology, developer tools, training, and documentation to hackathon teams and participants, organizer David A. Fisher, founder and CEO of Integra Ledger, told me.

There is no cost for technology companies to participate.

For well established legal technology companies, the Global Legal Hackathon is an opportunity to highlight new features and capabilities to a global audience and provide additional training and support. For earlier stage legal technology companies, the GLH is an opportunity to build awareness and stimulate adoption with legal practitioners and innovators around the world.

To submit your company for participation, complete the Technology Company Registration Form. For more information on the hackathon, visit its website. Interested companies can also contact Aileen Schultz, cofounder and global organizer of the event, at

The entire global legal industry is invited to participate as individuals or teams, and participation is free. Register here.

See also: Upcoming Event Promises to be Largest Legal Hackathon Ever.

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