In a constantly evolving digital landscape how can you adapt and benefit from technology innovation in the legal profession?
Join us as a panel of industry experts explore how recent developments in legal technology and innovation are positively impacting the legal profession by improving client services, and enabling greater access to justice.
Demetrio Zema: Winner of the 2018 Lawyers Weekly, 30 under 30 in Commercial Law, Demetrio is the Founder and Director of Law Squared, a specialised commercial law and litigation firm recently recognised by the Huffington Post as 'Australia's most innovative law firm'.
Joshua Butler: A corporate lawyer at Lander & Rogers Joshua is heavily involved in innovation strategy, including establishing the Lander & Rogers LawTech Hub. Josh is also co-coordinator of the firm's asylum seeker pro bono program and creator of Judicial Review Link, an education platform supporting lawyers to support asylum seekers.
Noel Lim: CEO and co-founder of Anika Legal, an online legal and education service that provides vulnerable community members with free legal advice, and students with practical training.
Carlie Andrews: Being an Associate at Hive Legal, Carlie has a particular interest in legal innovation and collaboration including the utilisation of Design Thinking frameworks to find tailored and commercial solutions for clients to meet their specific needs. In her practice, Carlie has expertise in advising clients on a broad range of contractual and regulatory matters in a number of industries including government, health and transport.
The Master of Ceremonies for the evening will be Sophie Tversky, Analyst at Janders Dean and Inaugural President of the Legal Forecast.
RSVPs are essential by Friday 13 September or until booked out. You are welcome to bring a guest, please add them to your registration.