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FLIP 2018 Podcast: Leading Edge or Bleeding Edge? Lessons from the implementation of the latest legal technology

0.75 CPD Unit Podcast
Knowledge area:
  • Practice management and business skills
Online
There are many types of new technical products for lawyers on the market at present. However, many of them are difficult to implement in practice or require additional work to be done before they can be used effectively. This session will discuss the types of problems that the latest tools can solve for lawyers and practical lessons that have been learned by firms and organisations that have tried to implement them.
Recorded on 14 September 2018
Michael Pattison, Founder, ContractProbe
Associate Professor Lyria Bennett Moses, Director, Allens Hub for Technology, Law and Innovation
Shengshi Zhao, Manager, Clayton Utz Forensics and Technology Services
Dev Mookerjee, Chief Technology Officer, IBM Watson Solutions, Asia Pacific
Licheng Zeng, Chief Technology Officer, Meaningware Pty Ltd

Premium price: $49

Standard price: $70

FLIP 2019 Podcast: Digital transformation and institutional integration: how do we fit in?

0.75 CPD Unit Podcast
Knowledge area:
  • Self assessed
Online
This panel discussion will feature a range of speakers from courts and regulators who will explore the opportunities and challenges presented by the unfolding digital transformation taking place within those organisations. A wide range of relevant issues will be explored by panelists, including:
  • How their organisations will seek to balance the benefits of the use of technology with issues of fairness to the digitally disadvantaged citizen and to participants in technology-driven proceedings
  • How to ensure that AI makes courts and regulatory bodies more accessible for all users and stakeholders while mitigating any biases that may be inherent in algorithm reasoning that underpins AI
  • Whether existing laws and regulatory frameworks will remain sufficient for the outcomes created by digital transformation within our courts and regulators
  • What new tools and practices the legal profession will need to become proficient in order to represent clients in the court system and regulatory authorities
  • Issues of privacy and equity which might arise as a result of any integration of data from other government agencies with data held by courts and regulators
Recorded at the FLIP conference on 25 July 2019
Helen Brown Solicitor, Office of General Counsel, The University of Sydney (Moderator)
Jessica Der Matossian, Registrar, Digital Practice Principal Registry, Federal Court of Australia
Benjamin Fogwell, Senior Manager, Resolution & Corporate Group, Legal Australian Prudential Regulation Authority
Arthur Kopsias APM, Detective Superintendent, Commander High Tech Crime Branch, Forensic Evidence and Technical Forensics Command, NSW Police Force

Premium price: $49

Standard price: $75