Serena Lim, the founder of Bizibody Technology and Litigation Edge, will be speaking at the 2019 TechLawFest being held Thursday, 5 September and Friday, 6 September 2019 at Sands Expo & Convention Centre in the Marina Bay Sands, Singapore. She will be joined by colleagues from both companies in Booth C20 to discuss the legal technology solutions that have been pre-approved under the Tech-celerate for Law program, including Clio (practice management), HotDocs (document automation), and CaseRoom (ediscovery).
TechLawFest is a signature Law & Technology event hosted annually in Singapore. The conference brings together the international community to debate, deliberate, act and innovate in both the law of technology (policies, regulations, legislation, case law and governance) and the technology of law (infrastructure, business transformation and people development). Over two days, delegates can look forward to a range of activities including the following:
The main conference titled The Net Effect of Data: Commerce, Connectivity & Control invites diverse representatives from the private and public sectors to debate and provide more nuanced appreciation of the legal and regulatory issues around responsible data use, access and control of data, data security and 5G, and the role of data in commerce. How can the global legal community facilitate a convergence on key issues to provide more consistent approaches to managing these issues, and more certainty to individuals and businesses?
Tech-celerate for Law is a support scheme for the adoption of technology solutions by Singapore Law Practices (SLPs). Administered by the Law Society of Singapore, in partnership with Ministry of Law, Enterprise Singapore and Info-Communications Media Development (IMDA), this scheme will prepare SLPs for future disruptions beyond baseline technology adoption, empowering SLPs to focus on delivering enhanced legal services, strengthening their capabilities and increasing their competitiveness in the global landscape.
Under Tech-celerate for Law, qualified SLPs are able to select and adopt legal technology solutions from 7 pre-scoped categories with up to 70% funding support in the first year of implementation. These legal technology solutions range from baseline to advanced categories with products powered by advanced technologies such as artificial intelligence.