#LITCon2020 (Open Call)
If you would like to present a rapid-fire talk (20 slides in five minutes) at Suffolk Law's upcoming March 30, 2020 Legal Innovation and Technology Conference in Boston, please fill out the information below so that we may consider your proposal. The deadline for proposals is TBD.
If you are unfamiliar with rapid-fire talks, they are are a presentation format in which speakers prepare a set number of slides which advance automatically at regular intervals to produce a short energetic presentation of definite length. See e.g., Ignite Talks and PechaKucha. You can also find examples here:
If your submission is chosen, you will be asked to put together a presentation with 20 slides where each slide stays visible for 15 seconds (making for a 5 min long presentation). Note: LIT Bits will be recorded and shared online.
For example, Suffolk Law School.
A brief description of the topic your presentation(s) would cover.
I am a diverse candidate and would like to be considered for funding to defer my travel and lodging.
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