3rd Annual 21st Century Lawyer Legal Tech CLE

December 12, 2018 | 3.0 Other CLE Credits

Seattle University School of Law Continuing Legal Education is pleased to partner with Seattle Legal Tech to co-sponsor the third annual 21st Century Lawyer Legal Tech CLE. Providing answers and in-depth discussion of legal technology issues ranging from cybersecurity and access to justice to ethically compliant tech-based legal services, plus a little bit of practical hands-on hacking for the non-techie lawyer, this program will inspire you to think outside box for problems within and without the legal realm.

Overview

What are the latest trends in cybersecurity you need to know? What are the pressing issues facing access to justice and what are the emerging solutions being tested? How are innovators building new, ethically compliant, business models to collaborate with outside industries and build cutting edge legal services? Learn the answers to all these questions and more at the 3rd Annual 21st Century Lawyer Legal Tech CLE!

Agenda

1:30 - 2:00 p.m.

Registration and Coffee

2:00-2:15 p.m.

Welcome and Overview

Speakers:

Jordan Couch, Palace Law

Dan Lear, Right Brain Law

2:15-3:15 p.m.

Session 1 - Meet the Hackers!

What are the latest trends in cybersecurity you need to know? Hear from our panel of experts and ask all your questions about hackers and hacking..

Speakers:

Wendy Knox Everette

Brendan O'Connor

3:15-3:45 p.m.

Session 2 - Dealer's Choice

Tell us what you want to hear and we'll bring in the expert.

What do you want to hear about (and get credit for) from the Seattle Legal Tech? Blockchain? AI? Neural nets? Data analysis for legal? GDPR? You tell us what you want to hear and we'll find an expert to talk about it! Tell us here. (Submissions close Dec 1)

Speakers:

A Surprise!

3:45-4:30 p.m.

Session 3 - Hacking Your Own Legal Chatbot

Under the guidance of a legal chatbot expert, groups will make their own chatbot using the QnA Markup app.

Speaker:

Tom Martin, CEO & Founder, LawDroid Ltd

4:30-4:45 p.m.

Break

4:45-5:15 p.m.

Session 4 - A2J What's New

What are the pressing issues facing access to justice and what are the emerging solutions being tested?

Speaker:

Sart Rowe, Northwest Justice Project

5:15 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.

Session 5 - Cutting Edge Legal Service Models

How innovators are, can, and should build new, ethically compliant, business models to collaborate with outside industries and build cutting edge legal services

Speakers:

Jordan Couch, Palace Law
Dan Lear, Right Brain Law

6:00 p.m.

Evaluations and Adjourn

Presenters

Program Chairs

Jordan L. Couch

Jordan L. Couch is an attorney and Cultural Ambassador at Palace Law where his practice focuses on plaintiff's side workers' compensation and personal injury litigation. Outside of his practice Jordan is heavily involved in state, local, and national bar associations, advocating for a better, more client-centric future to the legal profession. Find him on social media @jordanlcouch or email jordan@palacelaw.com.

Dan Lear

Dan Lear is a technology lawyer, facilitator, and blogger and is currently the principal at Right Brain Law, a legal technology consulting firm. Find him on Twitter at @rightbrainlaw.

Presenters

Wendy Knox Everette

Wendy Knox Everette (@wendyck) is a hacker lawyer who began her career as a software developer, before going to law school, where she focused on national security law and computer security issues. Currently she lives in Washington State where she advises companies on risk and security regulations. She created and hosted the first student webserver to host personal homepages at her undergrad in 1995, and registered her personal domain in 2000, but only recently got it moved to TLS.

Tom Martin

Tom is a legal bot advocate, lawyer, author and speaker. He is CEO and founder of LawDroid Ltd. (a bot development and consulting company for the legal industry). Tom is also co-founder of Vancouver Legal Hackers, advisor to ATJ Tech Fellow Program, member of ARAG Technology Innovation Committee, and Chair of Education for Group Legal Services Association. Born and raised in Los Angeles, California, Tom now lives in Vancouver, Canada with his wife and two daughters. In this episode, we discuss how chatbots can help you save time and convert leads into clients.

Sart Rowe

Sart Rowe is a professor and techie working at Northwest Justice Project, managing the National Technology Assistance Project and adjunct teaching at the University of Washington and Seattle University Law. He is also a former Google Public Policy Fellow, former Chairman of the Board for Washington Lawyers for the Arts and current board member of Northwest Consumer Law Center. Sart has also worked with the Washington State Access to Justice Board for over 10 years focusing on technology projects. Connect with him on YouTube and Twitter @Sarterus.

Pricing

General Registration - $50

Seattle University School of Law Students - no charge (space available basis).

In-person participation only