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Making the Most of Technology in the Law

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Making the Most of Technology in the Law

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Whilst we all grapple with Zoom while we work from home, it's important to remember the law was already going through an innovation and technological revolution. Hear from experts on everything you can do now to take advantage of the rapid developments in legal technology, and what the future looks like.

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    Whilst we all grapple with Zoom while we work from home, it's important to remember the law was already going through an innovation and technological revolution. Hear from experts on everything you can do now to take advantage of the rapid developments in legal technology, and what the future looks like.

    Key Topics

    • How is technology changing the way legal services are delivered – with colleagues, with clients and with the courts?
    • Practical tips for optimising tech to work from home (and, one day again soon, the office).
    • Recommended phone/computer apps for legal practice/business management.
  • Presenters

    Moderator

    Ashley Brown, Legal Counsel (MYOB)


    Presenters

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    Markus Tan, Monash University / BotL 

    My name is Markus, a Melbourne JD student, and a director at BotL (pronounced 'bottle'). BotL. is a not-for-profit which seeks to empower young lawyers, enhance law firm capabilities, and educate for legal technology through industry-university partnered units. We believe that nurturing the lawyers of the future is all about creating an optimal learning environment. Hence, BotL. is creating an ecosystem where students can interface with law firms, start-ups, and develop an understanding of legal automation and design thinking. At the same time, law firms benefit from unlocking the creativity of lawyers through partnership with student teams who accelerate the development of their ideas from the ground up. 

     

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    Karen Finch, CEO and Co-Founder, Legally Yours 

    Karen Finch is a non-practising lawyer, Founder and CEO of Legally Yours, Board Member of the Australian Legal Technology Association (ALTA), and a passionate ambassador of the NewLaw movement. Qualifying as a lawyer in 2003, Karen has gained experience within the legal industry across a multitude of different roles, including as a practicing solicitor in Melbourne and an in-house legal recruitment consultant for an international recruitment firm based in the UK.  In 2015, Karen became a co-founder of Legally Yours and in 2017, Karen was appointed CEO. Since this time, Karen has scaled Legally Yours significantly, taking it from a bespoke matching service based primarily in Victoria, to a national, automated online service that connects consumers with fixed-fee and value based pricing lawyers Australia wide.

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    Sam Flynn, Co-Founder, Josef

    Sam is Co-Founder and COO of Josef (joseflegal.com), a legal tech start-up that empowers legal professionals to build and launch legal bots.

    Sam has worked in advertising, as a lawyer at Arnold Bloch Leibler and as an associate at the Supreme Court of Victoria. In 2016 Sam also built and launched myki fines in 2016, one of the first examples of B2C legal tech, with over 60,000 users in the first month. Sam is an advocate for using legal tech to bridge the access to justice gap and serves as a member of the Centre for Legal Innovation advisory board.

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