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College of Law to host legal tech webinar

With legal technology impacting both the personal and professional lives of lawyers, the College of Law’s Centre for Legal Innovation (CLI) will delve into what’s next for legal tech in an upcoming webinar.

user iconLauren Croft 19 October 2022 NewLaw
College of Law to host legal tech webinar
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Held in collaboration with InCounsel and hosted by Terri Mottershead, Executive Director of the CLI, the free legal tech webinar will feature David Bushby, InCounsel managing director, Nikki Shaver, Legaltech Hub chief executive and co-founder; and international operations manager and co-founder of Codelex Legaltech and RegulAItion consultant Clinton Swan, who will discuss the latest cutting-edge legal tech trends.

The “Big Themes, Big Changes – Where to now with Legaltech” webinar will run on 26 October, 9am to 10am — and is the final event in the CLI’s Legaltech Around the World Series. The series launched in February this year to look at who, where, and how tech is impacting the legal ecosystem.

Ms Shaver created Legaltech Hub, which she runs with co-founder Jeroen Plink, as a global commercial directory to help law firms and legal departments navigate the plethora of legal tech products on the market. She will be sharing her insights into what legal tech trends are currently booming on the world stage.


Mr Swan has gained insight into both the micro and macro of legal tech changes, including movements relating to AI-driven data tech and business intelligence, both of which he will be discussing in the upcoming webinar.

Terri Mottershead, executive director of the CLI, said that there would be some big changes and big trends to discuss in this session.

“This series has taught us that the uptake of legal tech is patchy between the same type of legal businesses, it’s different in the B2B and B2C markets and, because tech is borderless, there are loads of opportunities to expand and collaborate if you know where to look,” she said.

“We’ve seen some great recent examples of global legal tech expansion from Australia — Immediation, Josef, Lawcadia, Lawpath, Persuit and Xakia — and we’re going to see a lot more!”

Mr Bushby specialises in connecting, and integrating, general counsels, businesses and law firms with the most appropriate legal tech solutions on the market. He said he had seen a growth in demand for legal tech solutions in the areas of digital contracting technologies.

“We’re doing a lot of work implementing contracting technologies that automate, streamline and manage the contract lifecycle — ‘Contract Tech’ has been running hot for a few years and we don’t see it letting up for a while yet,” he said. 

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