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Emerging Legal Technology and Practice Panel Session

New and emerging technologies, such as artificial intelligence, are significantly altering the way in which law is being delivered and practised. These emerging technologies also mean that future lawyers will need additional skill sets to practice law and be involved in developing these new methods of providing access to law.
03 SEP 2019
12.00 PM - 1.00 PM
USQ Springfield, B Block, Room B113 or via Zoom
30 Aug
5.00 PM

Join the USQ School of Law and Justice for a thought-provoking panel session with leading thinkers and industry leaders in legal technology to discuss the future of the profession. Our panelists are:

  • Chantal McNaught from LEAP
  • Steve Tyndall from NextLegal
  • Warwick Walsh from Lawcadia
  • David Bowles from Queensland Law Society
  • Jess Caire from PEXA

The panel session will be facilitated by Angus Murray, Lecturer at the University of Southern Queensland, Partner and Trademark Attorney at Irish Bentley Lawyers, Co-founder and Director of The Legal Forecast, and Member of the Queensland Law Society Innovation Committee.

Date:  Tuesday 3 September 2019 
Time:  12:00pm - 1:00pm 
Location:  USQ Springfield, B Block, Room B113 or Via Zoom 
RSVP:  5:00pm - Friday 30 August 2019 

This free event has been arranged so that it meets continuing professional development ('CPD') standards. USQ invites students and professionals to learn about the challenges and opportunities provided by emerging technology. This event is open to all disciplines. Please feel free to share the registration of this event to your friends and colleagues.

We look forward to seeing you at the Emerging Legal Technology and Practice Panel Session!