Suffolk Law School is hosting a full-day conference on legal innovation and clinical pedagogy on April 9 in Boston.

Called Clinnovation, the conference will feature presentations from leaders of legal innovation labs at several law schools, including the Legal Design Lab at Stanford, the Access to Justice Lab at Harvard, the NuLawLab at Northeastern, The Law Lab at Chicago-Kent College of Law, LawX at BYU Law, and Suffolk’s new LIT Lab.

Also presenting will be employers from leading companies in the areas of legal technology and innovation, according to organizer David Colarusso, director of Suffolk’s LIT Lab.

Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court Chief Justice Ralph D. Gants will give the keynote address.

To learn more, see the conference’s draft agenda and speakers list.

Registration for the conference is $25. Waivers are available for those in public interest positions.