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The LegalTech boom has transformed the way in which lawyers think and do business. Be it AI, technology-driven data analytics or machine learning, the use of these tools is a clear indicator of the potential that disruptive technology has on revolutionising the legal sector.

Join an interactive discussion on the future of law as our panellists explore ways in which data and analytics can be used to solve problems, not fight them and, to what extent can technology help today's lawyers avoid a dispute before it happens.

Webinar Information

Date: Wednesday 17th March 2021
Time: 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm (GST)
Location: Online webinar

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Brought to you by Thomson Reuters Legal, don't miss this interactive session, live- streaming a discussion on...

  • Data-driven dispute resolution
  • What does the future of law hold and the role of the future lawyer
  • Are lawyers ethically bound to use technology?
  • How to use technology and data to avoid problems?
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Mark Beer
The Deep Tech Dispute Resolution Lab, Oxford University
Alessandro Rollo
Omnia Strategy LLP
Bryan Jung
Practical Law Lead - Hong Kong
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