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Join us online at LawTech LIVE – 9 December 2021.

LawTech LIVE is a showcase of diversity of thought.

On 9 December 2021, join us for a not to be missed online event. We have leading experts in their fields for keynote sessions and panels.

Our partners will demonstrate the latest and greatest the LegalTech and JusticeTech world has to offer with ground-breaking thought leadership. Discover industry use cases in Justice Tech, Digital Transformation in Law, Futureproofing the Legal Professional and much more.

Delegates will be able to learn from esteemed professionals and experts in LegalTech and JusticeTech as we discuss the latest in technology.

Date:

Dec 09

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Where

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Esteemed Speakers & Panelists join us from around the globe. Delegates will learn from leading experts in LegalTech.

Alexandar Fruehmann
Alexandar Fruehmann

Founding Partner

The Legal Minds Group

Founding Partner

The Legal Minds Group

Casey Flaherty
Casey Flaherty

Co-Founder & Chief Strategy Officer at LexFusion

My day job is market listening and community building. At LexFusion, I help law departments and law firms identify and integrate innovative offerings that enable them to meet the needs of business at scale and pace. Ping me for a chat.

I am a long-time evangelist focused on the multi-disciplinary delivery of legal services—how we leverage legal expertise through process and technology. I’ve been a Biglaw litigator, in-house counsel, and legal operations consultant, as well as one of the architects of the biggest (and best) legal project management team in the world. I am a legal tech founder twice over now. I’m also a writer, blogger, and speechifier about the present/future of the legal market with Unless You Ask, a guidebook I wrote for the Association of Corporate Counsel, being my most prominent contribution to the discourse (well, that, or my series on legal marketing bullshit :-).

Co-Founder & Chief Strategy Officer at LexFusion

Ed Walters
Ed Walters

CEO at Fastcase, Adjunct Professor at Georgetown Law and Cornell Law School

Founded and built legal publishing company Fastcase, which pioneered citation analysis, data visualization, mobile apps, and eBooks for legal research. Responsible for strategic direction with special emphasis on product development, finance, business development, and licensing.

Teaching The Law of Robots, exploring the frontiers of law governing intelligent agents, autonomous machines, drones and robots. The class explores how existing common law, statutes, and regulations apply to robotics, and where new laws might be necessary.

CEO at Fastcase, Adjunct Professor at Georgetown Law and Cornell Law School

Eric Hunter
Eric Hunter

Global Futurist, CTO and Author

Global futurist, speaker, author and CTO.

In addition to my role as Chief Technology and Innovation Officer for the US based law firm, Bradford & Barthel, LLP, I am an advisory member to multiple boards across the globe.

I am a speaker, and both keynote and conduct masterclasses to international events across the globe.

My focus is how the future of technology and human behavior continually evolve and intersect the globe over.

I advise organizations how to recognize, create, and leverage new business and process models in leading organizational change through the current reality of global business model disruption.

I have worked with organizations across the world such as Google, IBM, Shapoorji Pallonji Group, TEDx, the Polytechnic University in Hong Kong, KM Asia, KM Europe, KM Congress in India, Social Now in Portugal, Global Legal Forum in The Hague, and many more.

I expanded my focus within the future of technology and human behavior in my latest TEDx: “The Future of Human Behavior”.

My next book, “Travels in Time”, is due to publish fall of 2021.

Global Futurist, CTO and Author

Gil Rosenblum
Gil Rosenblum

Data Product Developer

Explorium

Data Product Developer

Explorium

Gregoire Miot
Gregoire Miot

Head of New Markets & Chief Evangelist, Legal Software France

Former practicing lawyer in the energy sector and entrepreneur, Grégoire Miot is heavily involved with legal technology for the past 10 years. Prior leading the digital activities for the legal market of an international media group, he founded a consulting firm dedicated to digital transformation for legal professionals. Grégoire Miot is currently Head of New Markets and Chief Evangelist for Wolters Kluwer Legal Software in France.  

Besides, he also acts as Board member and Ambassador for France of the European Legal Tech Association (ELTA), as well as elected Council member of the World Commerce & Contracting (ex-IACCM) for “Automation & Emerging Technologies”.  He recently co-authored “The Legaltech Book” (Wiley – 2020) and regularly contributes as guest lecturer in Universities and Bar Schools. 

Head of New Markets & Chief Evangelist, Legal Software France

Henna Tolvanen
Henna Tolvanen

Legal Counsel, Legal Tech Specialist @KPMG Finland I Co-Founder & Co-Host at Legal Design Podcast

I love the law itself but also the innovations around law and legal services. I believe that in addition to legal knowledge and expertise, lawyer need technological skills, strong communication, design thinking approach and empathy to be able to offer more client-centered legal solutions.

At KPMG, I manage legal technology and design projects for both internal and external clients. I offer solutions also in privacy and whistleblowing related matters.

www.legaldesignpodcast.com

#legaldesign
#legaltech
#privacy
#compliance
#legaltransformation
#podcasting
#changemanagement
#legaltransformation
#communication

How do I see the future of Legal Services?

Expert Feature: How Legal Design Will Shape the Future of the Legal Industry


https://www.4clegal.com/influencerhub/working-covid-4.php

Legal Influencer @ 4cLegal (https://www.4clegal.com/influencerhub/Henna-Tolvanen.php)
Co-Producer and Board @ Legal Design Summit (www.legaldesignsummit.com)

email: henna.tolvanen@kpmg.fi
phone: +358 43 855 4728

Legal Counsel, Legal Tech Specialist @KPMG Finland I Co-Founder & Co-Host at Legal Design Podcast

Isabel Parker
Isabel Parker

Executive Director at the Digital Legal Exchange. Helping corporate legal teams accelerate digital transformation. Digital advocate. NED.

I am an experienced and dynamic leader of legal digital transformation. I am committed to driving genuine change in the legal sector and have extensive practical experience of helping law firms and corporate legal teams become more digitally effective.

My areas of specialisation include:
– Developing and implementing digital transformation strategy.
– Designing organisational structures and governance to execute digital strategy.
– Selection, operationalisation and adoption of legal technology.
– Development and commercialisation of client-facing legal technology solutions.
– Designing and establishing global legal services operations.
– Change management and digital advocacy for law firms and corporate legal teams.

I was a winner in the professional services category of the 2020 European Women of Legal Technology Awards. I was listed as one of the top 10 innovative lawyers in the FT Innovative Lawyers Report for 2018, and during my tenure as Chief Legal Innovation Officer at Freshfields, the firm was named the most innovative law firm in Europe for 2019.

I am an experienced non-executive director and an accomplished speaker and writer. I am passionate about legal education and am committed to diversity in all its forms, cognitive diversity in particular.

Executive Director at the Digital Legal Exchange. Helping corporate legal teams accelerate digital transformation. Digital advocate. NED.

Jacob Capleton
Jacob Capleton

Legal Operations Expert | Building LPM | Legal Data & Analytics | Digital Transformation

Legal operations specialist, with 6+ years’ experience in legal project management (LPM), technology-led process improvement, pricing and LPM growth strategy.

I am specialised in litigation and dispute resolution, with a particular focus on banking and technology sector clients. My LPM experience includes regulatory investigations, claim portfolio management, financial markets disputes and enforcement projects.

Legal Operations Expert | Building LPM | Legal Data & Analytics | Digital Transformation

James Lancaster
James Lancaster

Sales Manager

Yoti

Sales Manager

Yoti

James Sherer
James Sherer

Partner
Baker & Hostetler LLP

James Sherer is a Partner in the New York office of BakerHostetler, where he co-leads the Emerging Technology Team for the Digital Assets and Data Management Group while directing Information Governance and Artificial Intelligence engagements.  James holds an MBA, the CIPP/US, CIPP/E, CIPM, FIP, and PLS data privacy professional credentials, the CIP and IGP information governance designations, the UCLA Extension Global Cyber Institute’s Cybersecurity Certification, and the CEDS and eDPC eDiscovery specialist credentials.

James is U.S. and Global Chambers® Ranked for eDiscovery, a Life Fellow of the American Bar Foundation, and serves as a member of The Sedona Conference®Working Groups One, Six, and Eleven, the IEEE Organizational Governance of AI Working Group, and the New York eDiscovery Counsel Roundtable.

Partner
Baker & Hostetler LLP

Jim Chiang
Jim Chiang

Founder & CEO

My Legal Einstein

Founder & CEO

My Legal Einstein

Katri Nousiainen
Katri Nousiainen

Lawyer & Professional in Legal Education

Katri Nousiainen

Lawyer & Professional in Legal Education

Katri Nousiainen

Kim A. Page
Kim A. Page

Author
The Right Kind of Loud

Kim is a communication trainer with a global track record of successful client stories across Europe, the US and the Middle East. She is a TEDx speaker and a webinar host. Her book “The Right Kind of Loud: Finding Your Communication Voice” is part of the curriculum at several business schools.

Since the pandemic started, Kim has been supporting clients to boost their impact through the screen as speakers and meeting hosts as well as getting them ready for video creation. Kim is also the creator of the zoominar series “The Right Kind of Loud for Virtual Sessions”.

Author
The Right Kind of Loud

Lucy Pert
Lucy Pert

Partner
Hausfeld & Co LLP

Lucy Pert, Partner for Hausfeld London, possesses almost 20 years of commercial dispute resolution experience with a focus on financial services, contentious restructuring, insolvency, trusts and shareholder disputes.

She has extensive experience of managing international, cross-border litigation, working frequently in the Chancery and Queen’s Bench Divisions of the English High Court (including Commercial Court) and Court of Appeal, and, has also conducted several commercial arbitrations under the LCIA, ICC and ad hoc rules. Lucy’s clients – who often act adverse to large financial institutions – include corporates, high net worth individuals, hedge funds, private equity funds and insolvency practitioners.

Partner
Hausfeld & Co LLP

Marco Imperiale
Marco Imperiale

Lawyer & Head of Innovation

LCA

Lawyer & Head of Innovation

LCA

Noa Mayer
Noa Mayer

Co-Director

Entrepreneurship & Innovation Center, Faculty of Law, Tel-Aviv University

Co-Director

Entrepreneurship & Innovation Center, Faculty of Law, Tel-Aviv University

Oluwatobi Ibiyemi
Oluwatobi Ibiyemi

Head, Operations, Legal & Innovations

PhoneFlag Limited

Head, Operations, Legal & Innovations

PhoneFlag Limited

Shak Ashraf
Shak Ashraf

Managing Director, Forte Markets

Shak is an accomplished executive with over twenty years of experience in delivering complex technology and business solutions. He has worked extensively in the regulatory and technology segments, having scoped, mobilised and delivered programmes across regulatory requirements spanning some of the most critical changes over the past decade, including MiFID, Market Abuse, AML, EMIR and GDPR. An avid entrepreneur, Shak is leading numerous ongoing tech ventures and also acts as an advisor and consultant for numerous start-ups from several global jurisdictions. He has worked on complex change programmes across front office, operations and technology impacting both the financial and legal industries.

Shak has been particularly active in the implementation and awareness of changes in the legal and regulatory markets, supporting global clients, delivering effective change by ensuring that legacy technology and operating models are replaced with innovative solutions.

Years of responsibilities and a breadth of experience and excellence gained from being a senior practitioner, Shak has an unrivalled understanding of technology, from solution design to execution and deployment, putting him on the front line of innovation across the legal and regulatory domains.

Shak possesses a proven track record in roles that demand rigor, a high level of drive and dedication .

Managing Director, Forte Markets

Thomas Barothy
Thomas Barothy

Group Legal Chief Operating Officer, UBS

Dr. Thomas Barothy, Managing Director, is the Chief Operating Officer (COO) of Group Legal at UBS. His main responsibilities focus on strategy development & enablement, cost & business management, outside counsel management, risk management & policies, business change management, technology innovation / automation and near- / offshoring. He works for UBS since more than 20 years in various roles. Thomas is a Digital Legal Exchange (DLEX) faculty advisor and a 2021 ACC Value Champion.

Group Legal Chief Operating Officer, UBS

Tobiasz Badura
Tobiasz Badura

Legal Tech Consultant
Bridgestone

Legal Tech Consultant
Bridgestone

Tom Grogan
Tom Grogan

Head of MDRxTECH. Digital transformation. Compliant by design. Lawyer, emerging technology, AI/ML and blockchain at Mishcon de Reya LLP

Tom Grogan is Head of digital transformation consultancy MDRxTECH. He has a deep understanding of a wide range of emerging technologies including artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML), and blockchain (and other DLTs), and has experience advising public and private sector clients on the design, development and delivery of their technology strategies and solutions.

Tom works with some of the world’s most innovative organisations and uses technology to revolutionise and transform their service offerings. Tom’s practice is global in its outlook – over the past 18 months he has worked with clients in the UK, Europe, Africa, the Middle East and Latin America. He is heavily involved in the emerging technology ecosystem: he chairs the Blockchain chapter of Tech London Advocates, a leading industry network of technology leaders, entrepreneurs and experts; he has addressed the EU Commission on the convergence of emerging technologies; he has lectured at UCL and the University of Cambridge on the legal and regulatory treatment of emerging technologies; and has mentored a number of early stage businesses through various accelerator programmes, including Conception X and StateZero Labs.

As an English qualified lawyer, Tom is able to reassure his clients that compliance underpins all of their digital transformational undertakings. In May 2020, Tom was ranked the #1 most innovative lawyer in the UK by The Legal Technologist magazine

 

Head of MDRxTECH. Digital transformation. Compliant by design. Lawyer, emerging technology, AI/ML and blockchain at Mishcon de Reya LLP

Schedule

ONLINE: 9 December 2021
All times are GMT

09:00 - 09:30

Screen Presence and Delivery Impact

Keynote by Kim A. Page, Communication Trainer, Author, Webinar Host.

As professionals, our appearance and the way we show up matters. The moment we log on, our eyes are zigzagging across the screen, looking for points of connection. Everything we see in that little square has potential significance. Background, colors and textures.

Build strong presence and boost your impact through the screen during online meetings and presentations. During this session, Kim will help you to optimise your screen presence and get your message through, using voice, body language and visuality.

We will cover:

  • Nonverbal communication
  • Staging yourself
  • Screen check list

09:30 - 10:00

LegalTech Journey at Bridgestone

Keynote by Tobiasz Badura, Legal Tech Consultant, Bridgestone

One of the founders and leaders of the Global Legal Tech Committee at Bridgestone. Responsible for implementing exciting solutions and building the Legal Tech-oriented awareness and culture across the corporation in the meantime.

  • Tobiasz talks to us about his legal technology journey.  As part of the legal team of a global organisation he talks about the approach and strategy he has initiated for innovation and adoption of technology with his team and the wider firm.

10:00 - 10:15

The Law of Robots: How Law Regulates Machines that Think

Keynote by Ed Walters, CEO at Fastcase, Adjunct Professor, Georgetown Law and Cornell Law School

  • Throughout history, law has struggled with change. From the Industrial Revolution to the Internet Revolution, law has struggled to evolve quickly enough, with terrible consequences.
  • We are on the cusp of another great change, as laws meant to govern people will be applied to machines, from AI that writes music to autonomous vehicles.
  • Lawyers deal with new issues all of the time – they can apply old law and reason by analogy, or create new laws. But how do we know when to do which?
  • Fastcase CEO Ed Walters, who teaches The Law of Robots at Georgetown Law and Cornell Law School, will discuss how we apply old law to the fast-changing world of thinking machines.

10:15 - 10:30

Break / LTIC Showcase

 

10:30 - 10:45

Legal Tech and Innovation Nation (Israel)

Keynote by Noa Mayer, Co-Director, Entrepreneurship & Innovation Center, Faculty of Law, Tel-Aviv University

  • Israel is an innovation and R&D power globally (ranked #7 most innovative country in the world)
  • Israel is export oriented
  • Israel also has most lawyers per capita in the word (1 lawyer per 114 residents)
  • One would think that these conditions would result in developed legaltech solutions
  • Is it indeed so? (no. it’s not. we’ll discuss why and how this can be changed)

 

10:45 - 11:00

Removing Low End Friction

Keynote by D. Casey Flaherty, Co-Founder & Chief Strategy Officer, LexFusion

  • Digital transformation implies major changes in our operating models
  • But too much focus on grand paradigm shifts, can distract from the immediate, achievable, tangible, and impactful
  • Indeed, most productivity improvements are subject to diminishing returns—the biggest benefits are experienced at the low-end of the spectrum
  • The aggregate impact of marginal gains is substantial

11:00 - 11:15

Innovation & Legal Technology: Lessons learned from UBS

Keynote by Thomas Barothy, Group Legal Chief Operating Officer, UBS

The session will share lessons learned from UBS recent legal transformation projects

  • What is the long-term transformation roadmap of UBS corporate legal department?
  • What are key Critical Success Factors and key lessons learned?
  • How does UBS facilitate innovation and what approaches worked best?
  • How to organize for transformation projects and how to ensure effective project management?
  • What is the role of technology?
  • What is the importance of culture, values, mindset and enablement?

11:15 - 11:30

Innovation & Technology

Keynote by Gregoire Miot, Head of New Markets & Chief Evangelist – Legal Software France, Wolter Kluwers

11:30 - 11:45

The Future of the Law Firm in the Information Age

Keynote by Benjamin Silverton

  • The evolution of legal practice has always been intrinsically linked with technology innovation (all the way back to ancient Mesopotamia!)
  • This doesn’t mean that lawyers are early adopters…
  • However, technology is already changing the way that lawyers can service their clients; boutiques are now able to compete with large law firms to win high value work in their niche.
  • Large law firms will need to pivot and refine their service delivery to remain competitive and this will change the nature of the law firm itself.

11:45 - 12:00

Break / LTIC Showcase

12:00 - 12:15

How can law firms use data to improve decision making and client service delivery

Keynote by Jacob Capleton, Legal Operations Manager, Herbert Smith Freehills

  • Data analytics have recently become crucial across various industries as a deep understanding of data is pivotal to building a successful business practice. Law firms can now make more accurate and objective decisions through data analytics while gaining deeper insight into their client activity

12:15 - 12:30

Lawyers in the age of AI

Keynote by Gil Rosenblum

  • Data analytics, data development in both customer facing roles and how this is important to Legal Technology

12:30 - 12:45

Legal Design and Ethics in Commercial Contracts in Law and Economics Framework

Keynote by Katri Nousiainen

  • The General Theory of legal Design
  • How to Measure the impact of legal Design?
  • Incentives and benefits for Using legal Design approach in Contracting

12:45 - 13:00

How to build a Digital Marketplace?

Keynote by Tom Grogan, Head of MDRxTECH,.Digital transformation. Compliant by design. Lawyer, emerging technology, AI/ML and blockchain, Mishcon de Reya LLP

  • A guide to build a digital market – What to do and What not to do.

13:00 - 13:30

Client AI and Algorithm Development, Audit, and Explanation

Keynote by James Sherer

  • How are clients and practitioners using AI and Algorithms in practice
  • Determining what your clients are doing
  • Preparing for and responding to regulatory inquiries

13:30 - 13:45

The Meaning of Innovation

Keynote by Marco Imperiale, Head of Innovation, LCA Studio Legale

By exploring new and global trends in law, with a view to leverage on new technologies and legal design to deliver better legal services to clients.

  • Non-tech innovation
  • Analyzing what it really means bringing innovation to law firms and inhouse legal departments
  • Pros/cons, hidden aspects, etc.

13:45 - 14:15

Using Technology to Promote Access to Justice

Keynote by Lucy Pert, Commercial Litigator, Partner, Hausfeld

  • Litigation is expensive
  • Can use technology to try to increase efficiency and reduce cost
  • This is already being done to an extent
  • E-disclosure and document management
  • Legal research- order of results/natural language searches
  • Predicting outcomes
  • Client management in group claims
  • Judicial sanction of use of AI in disclosure
  • Increased use of technology/AI in judicial decision-making process
  • Possible issues with this – bias
  • Conclusion: technology can assist with access to justice.

14:15 - 14:30

Break / LTIC Showcase

14:30 - 15:00

Legal design: a different approach

Keynote by Oluwatobi Ibiyemi, Head, Operations, Legal & Innovations, PhoneFlag

  • Technology is a great leveler. A great tool for scaling up and the democratization of legal services to an everyday person
  • Research at all stages. Involve all parties. Act on users’ feedback. Test & Iterate. Repeat

15:00 - 15:30

My Legal Einstein

Keynote by Jim Chiang, Founder, CEO, My Legal Einstein

  • AI-powered Contract Execution Platform – for the review, collaboration, negotiation, and execution of legal contracts.

15:30 - 15:45

Break

15:45 - 16:15

Digital Transformation and Strategy

Keynote by Isabel Parker, Executive Director, Digital Legal Exchange.

  • A law firm perspective
  • Successful Digital Transformation in Law Firms which touches on how to overcome cultural and organisational challenges to drive effective digitisation, and how to formulate a winning digital strategy – Feel free to mention your book and a bit about it.
  • Digital transformation within corporate legal team.

16:15 - 16:30

How Legal Design will Shape the Future of the Legal Industry

Keynote by Henna Tolvanen, Legal Counsel, Legal Tech Specialist, KPMG Finland & Co-Founder & Co-Host, Legal Design Podcast

  • What is Legal Design: a short general introduction to mention a few key points and introduce topic.
  • Taking the leap of faith: new ways of offering legal services takes courage, but also faith. From the client side: traditionally we’ve sold final versions of documents, with design thinking we will showcase prototypes and versions to test before it’s final.
  • At the end of the day, it’s all about culture. I’ve thought about this a lot lately, all the innovation projects we do at KPMG have something to do with changing or redesigning the culture.

16:30 - 16:45

Keynote by James Lancaster, Sales Manager, Yoti

  • What is electronic witnessing.
  • Key features of electronic witnessing.
  • What impact electronic witnessing can have on the law firm.
  • How to get documents legally witnessed. Practical demonstration.

Who Should Attend?

Interested in the Legal & Justice Technology space? Network and learn from international speakers, partners and attendees. Have global discussions on the state of the Legal, LawTech & Justice sectors.

Counsel Lawyer, Inhouse Counsel, Legal Departments

Managing Partner, Senior Partner, Chief Legal Officer, Legal Director

Legal Operations, Legal Technologists, Consultants

Chief Technology Officer, Chief Information Officer, Head of IT

Legal Design, Innovation Lead, Legal Project Manager, Technology Architects in Legal

Judges, Barristers, Judiciary Personnel

Attendees
  • GCC

  • UK & Europe

  • USA

  • APAC

  • Africa

2020 Global Delegate Jurisdictions

Network and learn from global Legal Technologists, generate leads and expand your global legal reach

2020 Global Delegate Job Roles

Your opportunity for interdisciplinary and cross-functional collaboration across the globe.

Attendees
  • In House / Corporate Lawyers

  • Private Practice / Legal Services

  • Technology

  • Operations

  • Academia

Key Topics

Discussing the latest developments across the globe, here's a snapshot of the key topics that the conference will cover

Access To Justice

ADR

Artificial Intelligence & Responsible AI

Big Data Analytics

Blockchain

Commercial Awareness

Contract Automation

Digital Justice

Digital Transformation

Innovative Thinking

LawTech Strategy

Legal Design

Online Courts

Robotic Process Automation

Smart Disputes

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