The second edition of Singapore TechLaw.Fest will continue to cast a spotlight on the state of Asia legal innovation and in particular examine issues surrounding data - among them responsible data use, its access and control, security and 5G, and the role of data in commerce. To be held from 5-6 September 2019 at Sands Expo and Convention Centre, Singapore, the two-day event will be opened by Minister for Law and Home Affairs Mr. K Shanmugam while Sir Tim Berners-Lee, founder of the World Wide Web (WWW) will deliver the opening keynote.
Organised by the Singapore Academy of Law (SAL), Singapore's Ministry of Law and MP Singapore, Singapore TechLaw.Fest 2019 is expected to attract an anticipated crowd of 1,500 international delegates and visitors including industry leaders, entrepreneurs, technologists, lawyers, and policymakers from some 18 countries.
The two-day conference will feature some 60 speakers in a series of panel discussions and seminars that delve deeper into the latest in the Law of Technology such as Blockchain & Smart Contracts, and AI & Robotics. Law firms and legal departments will also share practical steps taken to transform old ways of doing, encourage new ways of thinking, and implement new ways of being in the legal industry. Tech Talks on data visualisation, legal design, venture capital for legal tech, innovation in legal education and other topics will take place in the main exhibition hall.
Source: News Release