Legal Technology and its applications and implications for regulation and practice

Are you interested in finding out more about:

  • the applications of Legal Technology to delivering social justice during the Covid 19 pandemic,
  • the ICO’s approach to the regulation of novel IT solutions, such as the UKs recently created contract tracing app, or
  • how the Manchester law and technology initiative is driving forward the integration of legal tech and innovation into the law school curriculum

Checkout the European Circuits webinar event on Legal Technology and its applications and implications for regulation and practice, happening on the 17th June 2020 via ZOOM | 16.30-17.45 GMT, sponsored by 18 St John Street Chambers.

Book your space now:

https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_wmmYTyRsTDa2RtqWwNtvuw

Event details:

Chair:

His Honour Judge Pearce, Judge in charge of the Circuit Commercial Court, Manchester

Keynote speech:

Sir Geoffrey Vos, Chancellor of the High Court of England and Wales

Other speakers:

James Moss Acting General Counsel for the ICO

Professor Claire McGourlay, The University of Manchester

Jonathan Patterson, Managing Director at DWF Ventures

For more details about the event visit:

https://www.europeancircuit.com

About Geofrey Banzi, Legal Technologist, Big Four 12 Articles
Geofrey Banzi is a Legal Technologist at KPMG, co-organiser and co-founder of Legal Hackers MCR and the founder of WiredBrief, a leading tech platform that connects readers globally to the connected digital world. WiredBrief specifically focus on raising awareness of important tech-law concepts and issues, with the aim of creating greater awareness and understanding of technology and its potential to shape society for the better, as well as its portended risks which crucially need to be mitigated against. Geofrey is also the author of Regulating Driverless RTAs: A Concise Guide to the Driverless Future and Emerging Policy Issues in the UK and is a leading voice in the UKs rapidly growing Technology law scene. Specialisms and interest include: * Corporate, Competition and IP Law * Self driving cars and AI liability * Project management (Legal tech) * HighQ and cloud infrastructure * Data visualisation and UX system design * Document Automation (Contract Express)