CPH – The Law, Tech, & Trust Conference – by University of Copenhagen and Nordic Legal Tech

Together with the Faculty of Law, University of Copenhagen, we’re ready for our first conference!

Technology has changed how we work, consume, and play. Now it is changing the law. It affects the legal and compliance industries worldwide, and while many of us are waiting to see where it goes, considerable change is already taking place.

Law, Technology and Trust will address many of the core challenges we face as lawyers, businesspeople, lawmakers, and citizens. This two-day international conference brings together renowned academics, legal tech entrepreneurs, lawyers, engineers, and policymakers to discuss these and other issues:

  • Predictive Analytics versus Integrity & Trust in Judiciary
  • Legal Education in Times of Technology: Experimentation & Innovation
  • Technology for & by Government
  • A Vision for the Future of Work
  • Innovative Business Models for Law Firms

See all speakers and the programme at https://www.copenhagentrust.org/

Registration

For Early Bird Registration sign up before 16 August: https://jura.nemtilmeld.dk/30/

Registration Deadline

Friday 6. September 2019 at 12:00

Contact

Academic and sponsorship related inquries, please contact Alexandra Andhov at Alexandra.andhov@jur.ku.dk

CPH – Can Technology Help Build Trust? – Nordic Legal Tech @ Techfestival

This year, Nordic Legal Tech is hosting a session at Techfestival!

Can Technology Help Build Trust?

Explore how technology can build trust just as well as it can undermine it. Meet speakers, experts, and solution creators to discuss how we can use technology for us instead of against us.

The Nordics are highly digitised and generally law-abiding. We trust our neighbours, our systems, our states, and most of our politicians. This gives us an exciting opportunity to set the standard for how technology can build trust between citizens, consumers, business, and government.

Technology providers have created hundreds of solutions that are digitising the law. Online dispute resolution providers are improving access to law. Compliance tools make it possible track and prove whether people and companies obey the law. Marketplaces are changing how we buy legal services. Document automation is changing what advice experts are providing and we are buying.

Together with the rest of what happens online, how and what we trust is changing. But what does it mean? Where do we want to go?

The time has come to turn the tide that has taken tech from its youthful utopianism to its current state of distrust. Join us to discuss the what, the why, and the how.

 

Stay tuned for updates!

Exact time and date to be announced.

CPH – Nordic Legal Tech Panel Sessions III – by Nordic Legal Tech & Faculty of Law, University of Copenhagen

Summer is hot, legal tech is hotter! We’re ready for the third round of our panel sessions. Sign up now, spots go fast.

Legal Tech Panel Sessions: The Panel Sessions are an event series in collaboration with the Faculty of Law, University of Copenhagen. 

Our Panel Sessions match legal tech providers and ideas with law firms, legal experts and startup people. The panels are diverse and include lawyers, tech provider CEO’s, startup, tech and ecosystem people, as well as academics. 

For tech providers, this is a great opportunity to showcase your product or idea and to engage in depth with potential customers and stakeholders. Whether you just had a new groundbreaking idea or you’re already scaling – you are very welcome! 
This event is for you if you want to:
    • gain insights into the industry
    • get mentoring and advice
    • show how amazing your idea / product is
    • find out how to move your early-stage idea forwards
    • scale your startup to the next level

The Panel Sessions give you and your company/idea a chance to meet each of our three panels for a half-hour.  The panels consist of three experts. There’s no audience – so you can talk freely.

Tech providers – and everyone with a great idea – sign up here or use the form below.

Interested in joining a panel? Contact Lotta at lli@nordiclegaltech.org

The Panel Sessions will take place for the third time in Copenhagen on August 26th.

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CPH – Legal Tech Panel Sessions II – by Nordic Legal Tech & Faculty of Law, University of Copenhagen

We’ve had a great time with six tech providers and 10 panellists at our first event in April. Now we’re ready for the second round! Sign up now, spots go fast.

Legal Tech Panel Sessions: This is the second time we’re holding the Panel Sessions, an event series in collaboration with the Faculty of Law, University of Copenhagen. 

Our Panel Sessions match legal tech providers and ideas with legal experts and startup people. The panels are diverse and include lawyers, tech provider CEO’s, startup, tech and ecosystem people, as well as academics. 

For tech providers, this is a great opportunity to showcase your product or idea and to engage in depth with potential customers and stakeholders. Whether you just had a new groundbreaking idea or you’re already scaling – you are very welcome! 

 

This event is for you if you want to:
    • gain insights into the industry
    • get mentoring and advice
    • show how amazing your idea / product is
    • find out how to move your early-stage idea forwards
    • scale your startup to the next level

The Panel Sessions give you and your company/idea a chance to meet each of our three panels for a half-hour.  The panels consist of three experts. There’s no audience – so you can talk freely.

Tech providers – and everyone with a great idea – sign up here or use the form below.

Interested in joining a panel? Contact Lotta at lli@nordiclegaltech.org

The Panel Sessions will take place for the second time in Copenhagen on June 3rd. Then, we’ll hold them monthly. (And we will be scaling them to other Nordic cities soon.)

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CPH – Legal Tech Panel Sessions – by Nordic Legal Tech

Legal Tech Panel Sessions: We’re launching our latest event series in collaboration with the Faculty of Law, University of Copenhagen. 

Our Panel Sessions match legal tech providers and ideas with legal experts and startup people. The panels are diverse and include lawyers, tech provider CEO’s, startup, tech and ecosystem people, as well as academics. 

For tech providers, this is a great opportunity to showcase your product or idea and to engage in depth with potential customers and stakeholders. Whether you just had a new groundbreaking idea or you’re already scaling – you are very welcome! 

 

This event is for you if you want to:
    • gain insights into the industry
    • get mentoring and advice
    • show how amazing your idea / product is
    • find out how to move your early-stage idea forwards
    • scale your startup to the next level

The Panel Sessions give you and your company/idea a chance to meet each of our three panels for a half-hour.  The panels consist of three experts. There’s no audience – so you can talk freely.

Tech providers – and everyone with a great idea – sign up here or use the form below.

Interested in joining a panel? Contact Lotta at lli@nordiclegaltech.org

The Panel Sessions will take place for the first time in Copenhagen on April 29th. Then, we’ll hold them monthly. (And we will be scaling them to other Nordic cities soon.)

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Stanford – CodeX FutureLaw 2019 – by The Stanford Center for Legal Informatics

On April 4, 2019, CodeX – The Stanford Center for Legal Informatics hosts CodeX FutureLaw 2019, our seventh annual conference focusing on the way technology is changing the legal profession and the law itself, and the way these changes affect us all.

CodeX FutureLaw 2019 brings together the academics, entrepreneurs, lawyers, investors, policymakers, and engineers spearheading the tech-driven transformation of our legal system. Join us for a unique educational event and an opportunity to connect and exchange ideas with legal tech innovators from around the world!

At CodeX, researchers and entrepreneurs design technologies for a better legal system; CodeX’s mission is to create legal technology that empowers all parties. For more information, visit http://codex.stanford.edu