Learn about the future of the legal profession and familiarise yourself with the technologies and tools that are already shaping the practice of law.
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There has been an explosion of activity in the legal tech space in the past 12 months, from the arrival of business-ready contract review and automation platforms, predictive analytics software for litigation to AI-powered research assistants or ‘Robo-lawyers’. This introductory course provides an overview of the key technologies, trends and disruptors who are transforming the legal profession from a conservative, labour-intensive behemoth to an agile, data-driven industry.
Below is a snapshot of the Legal Tech 101 course might cover, but we can work with you to tailor a program fit for your organisation or team.
KEY TRENDS SHAPING LAW
Dan Nikolin is a technology lawyer and phD student. Prior to joining CC, Dan worked as in-house counsel for the Department of Industry in Canberra, the University of Melbourne and taught legal writing and drafting at Victoria Law School. Dan recently returned from London where he worked as a lawyer in PwC's Technology, Media and Telecoms practice group where he gained first-hand experience iterating with many market leading legal tech platforms.
Collective Campus is an innovation hub, school and consultancy based in Melbourne and Singapore that works with large organisations to help them unlock latent potential, explore new business models and survive and thrive in an era of rapid change.
CC has worked with law firms such as King & Wood Mallesons, Clifford Chance, Mills Oakley, Maddocks and LegalVision has been home to legaltech startups such as LawAdvisor, Koby and Contract Probe.
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