November 5 – November 9, Wasserstein Hall, Harvard Law School
This event has passed, but you can find video recordings of the week’s talks here.
The Harvard Association of Law and Business, in collaboration with the Center on the Legal Profession, the Library Innovation Lab, the Journal of Law and Technology, the Harvard Law Entrepreneurship Project and the Harvard Law and Technology Society, would like to welcome you to the 2018 Harvard Legal Technology Symposium. This event brings practitioners, technologists and innovators from across the legal spectrum to discuss the impact of ever-changing modern technologies on today’s practice of law and what trends, opportunities, and challenges to look out for in the future.
All events are free to the public and will occur the week of November 5th in Harvard Law School’s Wasserstein Hall between noon and 1pm. There will be free food at all events. Please find directions to Wasserstein Hall here, Session information can be found below:
Organized by the Journal of Law and Technology
- Laurie Chamberlin (President at Special Counsel)
- David Wang (Corporate Strategic Innovation Counsel at Wilson Sonsini)
- Jonathan Rudolph (Director of Professional Services at Actiance)
- Gail Bergmiller (Director of Knowledge Management and Library Services at Ropes and Gray)
Organized by the Center on the Legal Profession
- Professor David Wilkins (Director at Center on the Legal Profession) (Moderator)
- Peggy L. Giunta (Chief Legal Personnel and Development Officer and Chief Practice Management Officer at WIlmerHale)
- M. Alejandra Parra-Orlandoni (Associate General Counsel at Quantum Black)
- Steve Fleming (CTO at Opus 2 International)
Workshop: Using AI and Data in Contracts – Wasserstein Hall Room B010, noon-1pm Wednesday November 7th
Organized by the Harvard Association of Law and Business
From a 2018 Columbia Business School Case Study on Harvard Law founded AI start-up Evisort.
- MbaMemme Onwudiwe JD’19 (Executive Vice President at Evisort)
- Riley Hawkins JD’19 (Director of Business Intelligence at Evisort)
Organized by the Harvard Law and Entrepreneurship Project
- Jim Cobery (General Counsel at the New England Patriots)
- Paul James (SVP, Risk Management & General Counsel at BondBrothers)
- Jerry Ting (Co-Founder & CEO at Evisort)
- Brad Gordon (SVP, General Counsel & Secretary at Gilbane Building Company)
- Bill Tsingos (General Counsel at Toptal)
Reception: @ Temple Bar – 1688 Massachusetts Ave, Cambridge, MA 02138, 5pm-7pm Thursday November 8th
Sponsored by Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati
- Join us for conversation and networking at Temple Bar for our reception. Meet with panelists and attendees to follow-up on conversations and ideas from different sessions. There will be an open bar and hors d’oeuvres served.
Panel: Natural Language Processing Technology and Law – Wasserstein Hall Room 1015, noon-1pm Friday November 9th
Note: This event has been moved from Room 2015 to Wasserstein Hall Room 1015
- Daniel Lewis (Co-Founder & CEO at Ravel Law)
- Jacob Rosen (Co-Founder & CTO at Legit.ai)
- Bill Palin (Access to Justice/Technology Fellow at Harvard Law School)
- Doug Barnard (SVP & General Counsel at CF Industries)
For more information/press inquiries please contact Symposium Co-Chairs MbaMemme Onwudiwe (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Riley Hawkins (email@example.com).