#LegalTech and #LegalInnovation is Global — On Friday, I delivered the Keynote at the first Legal Tech Congress hosted by Flemish Bar Association in Brussel. We had ~250+ in attendance at the event.
#LegalTech and #LegalInnovation is Global – It was my great pleasure to speak last night at a Legal Innovation and Technology event in Budapest. It was a full venue with ~150 people in attendance. The Legal Tech and Innovation community in Hungary is small but gaining strength! Given its historic strengths in STEM – I expect efforts in this region to grow over the coming years.
Today I am in Oslo giving the Keynote Address at the University of Oslo – Network Analysis and Machine Learning in Law Conference. Some very cool papers have been will be presented –https://www.jus.uio.no/
Lawyer, Innovator and Serial Legal Entrepreneur – Kevin OKeefe from LexBlog gives his annual talk in our Practice and Professionalism Class here at @ChicagoKent College of Law. Kevin discussed how lawyers can use blogging and social media to build their own legal brand! #LegalTech#LegalInnovation
It was a great pleasure to deliver the keynote at the FDCC Annual Corporate Counsel Meeting in Philadelphia! (Twitter)
It was a big week here in Australia – I took a few individual meetings, spoke at a couple law firms and delivered the Keynote at the Chilli IQ Lawtech Summit in Brisbane/Noosa ( https://www.lawtechsummit.com.au ) as well as the FLIP Legal Tech Conference in Sydney hosted by the Law Society of New South Wales (https://www.lawsociety.com.au/…/advoc…/flip/flip-conference/ )
It was nice to have coverage of my talk in Sydney in the Australian – the largest circulation newspaper for Australia!
Very interesting paper in PNAS – “History of art paintings through the lens of entropy and complexity – Large-scale quantitative analysis of almost 140,000 paintings (a millennium of art history) estimates the permutation entropy and the statistical complexity of each painting.”
I am happy to join the Council at the ABA Center for Innovation. This morning I had a chance to lead a session for the incoming class of ABA Innovation Fellows – thanks to Chase Hertel and Sarah Glassmeyer for inviting me to participate in the workshop!
Our LexPredict Team is excited to announce the new ContraxSuite User Interface – See Press Release < HERE >
ContraxSuite has a wide range of user types across our various legal service delivery customers. Relevant users include legal data scientists, power users in legal information technology, professional review teams at legal process outsourcers, contract review units in corporate legal departments, as well as associates and partners in law firms. While the existing ContraxSuite user interface will still serve as the interface for our data scientist community, the new UI is designed to serve the needs of a much broader community of users.
Eric Detterman – VP and Global Head of Products and Solution Engineering at LexPredict noted, “The new ContraxSuite User Interface delivers the bells and whistles that many users expect from a modern app or software tool, including dynamic menus, helpful dialog boxes, and an easy, intuitive design.”