Disruption, Innovation, Revolution are all terms that are tossed around the technology world. The legal industry is ripe for change but what will be that next big innovation? Join us to hear new ideas from LegalTech innovators and thought-provoking Darwin Talks from experts. Talks range from access to justice, hackathons, hacking, measurement, to blockchain and artificial intelligence. In just five minutes, each presenter will share their ideas about where the legal profession is heading.
Evolve Law members receive complimentary tables – please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to confirm or purchase a table. Non-members welcome to participate for $150 per demo table – contact us at email@example.com for more details.
*This event will sell out at 150 and we will have to only provide tables to members and sponsors that confirm prior to the event. Tables may have to be shared amongst Evolve Law members. Please do NOT bring a monitor – all banners and signs will be behind the tables. The idea is to demo your software and collateral should be limited. You must arrive and be completely set up 15 mins prior to the start time of the networking. There will be no setup once the event starts. Thank you!
Alma Asay, Allegory – Outside Counsel vs. Corporate Counsel: Who is Driving Legal Tech Adoption?
Lori Gonzalez, The RayNa Corporation – My Trip With the Techies – A Journey into a Hackathon
Joshua Lenon, Clio – OCI at PWC: Why Legal Ed Should Embrace Big Four Accounting
Dean Sonderegger, Wolters Kluwer – Want to Know the Future of Law? Ask your Accountant…
Linda Tvrdy – Access to Justice and Legal Tech
Dan Lear, Avvo – Rock Meet Hard Place: 21st Century Legal tech Breaks 19th Century Legal Ethics
Haley Altman, Doxly – Maximizing Realization Rates: Strategies Successful Law Firms Adopt To Drive Long-Term Success
Bennett Collen, Cognate – Blockchain: The Future of Law
Noory Bechor, LawGeex – My Other Lawyer is a Robot
Kimball Dean Parker, CoCounsel – Crowdsourcing the Law: Lessons from the successes and failures
Jeff Bell, LegalShield – Lawyers and Citizens Can Both Win