Students from several law schools across the country set their casebooks aside to join lawyers, legal technology innovators, web engineers and others in the first-ever Global Legal Hackathon last weekend.

For three days, Hackathon participants brainstormed how to harness technology to solve legal problems, formed teams to pursue those ventures, and pitched their ideas to judges. Local hackathons were held in 40 cities in 20 different countries, and the best eight ideas will be presented in New York in April.

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