I’ve written a report for the Society for Computers and Law (SCL) website on last week’s Law 2.0 conference in London:

Lawyers, legal academics, programmers, business persons, media makers and the occasional stray PhD researcher (like this author) gathered in sponsor Herbert Smith‘s London offices on a bright Monday morning this September. The purpose? Facing an ambitious challenge – discussing ‘Law 2.0 ‘, under the patronage of the Society for Computers and Law and the careful watch of conference chair Professor Lilian Edwards (Southampton University).

Read the full thing here.