Stay tuned for virtual content from the community that is shaping the future of law
The health and safety of our community and members is the top priority for both Stanford University and CodeX – The Stanford Center for Legal Informatics, and rapidly evolving events surrounding COVID-19 (also called novel coronavirus) have raised concerns around large-scale gatherings. In compliance with guidance released yesterday by Stanford, and in accordance with health guidance from the CDC, WHO, and other health authorities as well as decisions implemented by many leading corporations such as Facebook, Microsoft and Google regarding their events, we have decided to cancel the live conference at Stanford Law School on April 9.
We realize that this news may bring mixed reactions, and we are also deeply disappointed that we will not have the opportunity to welcome you to campus in April for what was gearing up to be a spectacular event. Also, this is the 15th anniversary of CodeX, and we were looking forward to celebrating with you. We are incredibly grateful for the hard work of the Stanford Law School Programs and CodeX teams who have worked tirelessly to plan and organize this event. We are also grateful to all of you who rearranged your schedules to join us as speakers and participants. We will send information about the podcasts on April 9, so stay tuned. For all things FutureLaw and CodeX, visit our website and follow us on social media.
At CodeX, researchers and entrepreneurs design technologies for a better legal system; CodeX’s mission is to create legal technology that empowers all parties. For more information, visit http://codex.stanford.edu