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TechLaw.Fest 2020

  • 28 Sep 2020
  • Online
  • 10am – 8pm
  • Nil

FCA journalists are invited to attend TechLaw.Fest (TLF 2020) co-organised by the Singapore Academy of Law and The Ministry of Law, in conjunction with their event partner MP International. Fully virtual and featuring over 20 hours of content from 20 countries across 5 days from 28 Sep 2020 to 2 Oct 2020, TLF 2020 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). Here’s a handy cheat sheet with a rundown of speakers, curated sessions pertaining to a certain topic and related resources for additional information.

Attendees will hear from luminaries spanning the fields of law, technology, academia, government and business deliberate over the most pressing issues both industries face with regards to each other. TLF 2020 will be spread out over a series of keynotes, panel discussions, fireside chats and a hackathon, before concluding with the announcement of Singapore’s Legal Tech Roadmap 2030 by Edwin Tong, Second Minister for Law and Minister for Culture, Community and Youth.

Speakers and sessions include:

  • (Legal Operations) Fireside chat on the Global Challenges of Business, Law and Technology with Tim Steinert, Secretary and Senior Advisor, Alibaba
  • (Technology Law) Fireside chat on the Future of the Legal World with Prof. Richard Susskind OBE, Tech Advisor to the Lord CJ of England and Wales & Mark Cohen, CEO and Founder of Legal Mosaic and Executive Chairman, Digital Legal Exchange
  • (Future Law) Knowledge Café on Liability for AI System Failures with Robotics and AI Subcommittee of SAL’s Law Reform Committee
  • (Access to Justice) Hackathon for a Better World by DBS x Singapore Judiciary
  • (Legal Innovation) Fireside chat on Singapore’s Legal Technology Roadmap 2030 with Edwin Tong, Second Minister for Law and Minister for Culture, Community and Youth

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