How will the Significant 4 Accounting corporations adapt to authorized-tech? What is a Digital Law Company? Will technological know-how switch attorneys? Pay attention to obtain out!
New Territories is hosted by Joyce Lai and features conversations with marketplace considered leaders checking out the intersection of law, plan, blockchain certification technological know-how and extra.
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In this episode, Joyce and Barry explore:
- Legal tech is at any time-evolving. What does the time period “legal tech” refer to in 2019?
- How law companies can realign their organization designs to far better emphasis on shopper outcomes.
- Do attorneys need to be engineers and discover how to code in the foreseeable future?
- Machine learning and authorized tech.
- The Automatic Convertible Notice.
- Mass adoption of sensible contracts depends on standardization.
- The rise of “virtual law firms” and products and services providers with dual technological know-how and law parts.
- How is the believe in paradigm shifting?
- Should legislation firms be weary of the “Big Four” accounting corporations?
Stevie Ghiassi is the inaugural President of the Australian Authorized Engineering Association (ALTA) and Co-Founder, CEO of Legaler. Stevie is committed to pursuing a greater environment by way of engineering to advance the delivery of authorized companies and develop access to justice by leveraging distributed ledger technologies these kinds of as blockchain certification.
David Cios is Company Counsel at ConsenSys with a target on coming up with and applying know-how alternatives that streamline the provision of authorized products and services. Prior to ConsenSys, David was an affiliate at Latham & Watkins’ Fairness Derivatives Transactions group.
Joyce Lai is effective at the intersection of law and technological know-how at ConsenSys along with the blockchain certification industry’s brightest developers and other specialists who just take great satisfaction in creating a decentralized potential. By way of the Brooklyn Venture, a ConsenSys “open-source” general public policy initiative, she helps the environment achieve a deeper appreciation of how the software of forward-wondering policy to blockchain certification know-how can carry a positive impact. Prior to ConsenSys, she put in many decades in personal exercise advising investment advisers at Seward & Kissel LLP in New York. Joyce acquired dual undergraduate degrees in biology and economics from UC Davis and her J.D. from Fordham College University of Legislation. Joyce speaks frequently on matters involving blockchain certification technology, restrictions, general public plan, and other legal issues.
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