LexTech Conference 2018 Will Convene Lawyers, In-house Counsels, Regulators and Legal Technologists to Discuss The Intersection Between Law & Tech In The Region
Petaling Jaya, Selangor. – 5 April 2018 – CanLaw Asia Sdn Bhd today announced that registration is open for LexTech Conference 2018, the second edition of their flagship regional legal technology conference designed to spur discourse on legal tech in ASEAN. The conference will be held on the 25 – 26 October 2018 at Menara Mercu UEM, KL Sentral. Early-bird discounts of RM300 (startups, academicians, students), RM350 (young lawyers) and RM450 (senior lawyers, in-house counsels and regional lawyers) are available for conference attendees who register before 1 May 2018.
The conference will host more than 20 distinguished panelists and speakers, including regulators, lawyers, technologists, academicians and entrepreneurs in the legal technology field.
“We are very excited about the level of enthusiasm we have received from speakers, sponsors and attendees for this year’s edition of the LexTech Conference,” said Loo Soon Yi, Founder and CEO of CanLaw Asia Sdn Bhd. “We look forward to bringing together the many movers and shakers in the regional legal tech industry for a substantive discussion of real-world solutions to key issues facing legal practice today.”
“The speakers at LexTech Conference 2018 represent many important facets of legal technology – the lawyer, the client, the regulator, the in-house counsel, and of course the technologies that could power it all,” said Lee Su Wen, Director of the LexTech Conference. “We feel that it’s important that all these voices are heard as we work toward our common goal of future-proofing legal services and improving access to justice through technology.”
Panel topics include:
- Regulating for Successful Technological Innovation
- Must-Have Baseline Technologies for Every Law Firm
- Arbitration in a Digital World
- AI & Big Data: AI-pocalypse or A New Era?
- Blockchain, Cryptocurrency & ICOs
Confirmed panelists to-date include Karen Cheah of the Malaysian Bar Council, Noemie Alintissar of the Future law Innovation Programme (FLIP) in Singapore, Charya Lukman of the Indonesian RegTech & LegalTech Association (IRLA), Cherilyn Tan of Asia Law Network, Fareez Shah of Fareez Shah & Partners, Dr Aswami Ariffin of Cybersecurity Malaysia, Thomas G. Giglione of ANT Lawyers in Vietnam, Petr Belousov of Confideal in Russia, Professor Ray Campbell of Peking University, Hannah Lim of Lexis Nexis, Rajesh Sreenivasan of Rajah & Tann Singapore and Nizam Ismail of ACCESS Singapore. Many other speakers are in the midst of being confirmed and will be included over the course of the coming months.
Early bird tickets are sold between the price of RM300 and RM450 depending on ticket category. Ticket prices will further increase at 1 May 2018.
Sponsors for the conference include CoreMatter and Brickfields Asia College. More sponsors will also be announced over the course of the coming months. Interested parties can contact [email protected] for sponsorship opportunities.
The LexTech Conference 2018 is also supported by Cradle Fund Sdn Bhd, MaGIC, Future Law Innovation Programme (FLIP), eLawyer and IBM.