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19 October 08:30 - 16:00Scandic St. Olavs plass

Future Lawyer 2018 Speakers

Andrew M.J. Arruda
CEO and co-founder of ROSS Intelligence

Keynote Speaker

Andrew is an entrepreneur, strategist, and leader with over a decade of experience in the legal industry.

He is also the Chief Executive Officer and co-founder of the artificial intelligence company ROSS Intelligence, a leader in the legal technology industry.

He is international speaker on the topics of artificial intelligence, legal innovation, organizational change, legal technology, and entrepreneurship.

In 2016, Andrew was selected to give a TED talk on the subject of artificial intelligence, law and access to justice: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wwbr0fombFs

He was named by the Forbes 30 Under 30 list, along with my ROSS Intelligence co-founders, for their work in law and policy.

Andrew has been featured in numerous national and international media outlets including: The New York Times, BBC, CNBC, CBS, Fortune, Inc. Magazine, CBC, Forbes, La Monde, TechCrunch, The New Scientist, The Guardian, The Atlantic, and The Financial Times.

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Tale Skjølsvik
Professor in Technology Management at OsloMet

Tale is a professor in technology management at the Department Computer Science at OsloMet. 

She holds a Ph.D. in Strategic Management from BI Norwegian Business School and has experience as a management consultant from Bain & Company and Gemini Consulting.

  Her research concentrates on the digitalization of legal services and the strategic management of law firms and other knowledge intensive service firms. 

She has published papers in a number of leading international journals and currently runs executive education within digital transformation and leadership.

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Daniel van Binsbergen
CEO Lexoo

Daniel van Binsbergen is the CEO of Lexoo

Daniel founded Lexoo after growing increasingly frustrated with the legal market’s lack of transparency, both in terms of quality and cost.

In just four years, he has driven Lexoo to serve over 3000 businesses and in-house teams worldwide.

Lexoo was was awarded the Financial Times Innovative Lawyers award in 2017 and is backed by a number of prominent investors such as Forward Partners and Silicon valley based 500Startups. 

Also, Lexoo is the first non-law firm legal tech company in history to be appointed by corporates to their traditional law firm panels.

Before founding Lexoo, Daniel was a senior associate at an international law firm (De Brauw), first in Amsterdam, then in London.

Daniel will talk about how he started Lexoo from scratch, why he decided to start his own company instead of innovating within the law firm he worked at, and all the lessons he learned in the process: what did they get right and what would he do differently if he could do it again?

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Orsolya Görgényi
Partner Szecskay Attorneys at Law

Orsolya helps clients to cross borders. 

She is a partner at Szecskay Attorneys at Law, an independent Hungarian law firm with international clients. She is based in Budapest and specializes in international transactions, M&A, corporate and commercial law.  She is also involved in business consulting, organizational development and supervision/coaching.

As a Law Practice Management/Legal Tech/Public Speaking enthusiast, Orsolya is a regular speaker at various legal conferences on subjects that she feels passionate about, including the future of the legal profession and services. 

Orsolya served in 2015-2016 as the President of AIJA, the International Association of Young Lawyers. In 2016 she led the AIJA team in charge of the joint CCBE/AIJA survey project on the future of the legal profession. 

Previously she held various other positions in the association, and currently she is vice-president of the Skills, Career, Innovation, Leadership and Learning (SCILL) Commission of AIJA. 

She is also a member of the IBA's Presidential Task Force on the Future of Legal Services, and ambassador of ELTA, the European Legal Tech Association.

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Knut-Magnar Aanstad
Head of Innovation at Kluge Advokatfirma

Knut-Magnar Aanestad is Head of Innovation at Kluge Advokatfirma AS. Management positions in three leading law firms has made him an undisputed thought leader within legal innovation in Norway and internationally renown as a highly respected expert. His business contribution at Law Firm Schjødt, in a period with remarkable financial results, led to international awards: the 2013 Deltek Innovation Award and EntrepreneurLawyer's "2013 Top 10 Smokin' Hot Lawyers &/or Entrepreneurs!", amongst others. 

He is also a widely used speaker and contributor at both national and international Legal Tech and Innovation events. Amongst others events in 2018, he contributed at Lexpo18 Europe's leading legal Innovation conference and “Legal 360 Africa”. 

In addition to his thought leadership on the Norwegian arena, he is member of the Legal Innovation Colloquium Group at Harvard Law School, Center on the Legal Profession. 

After years of success in legal business development, Knut-Magnar joined Kluge Law Firm and leads their development, transforming client approach and business models through technology and process development. Under his management Kluge has developed a new digital services concept, "OMNIA", that has fundamentally transformed central areas of Kluge's service delivery.

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Peter van Dam
Chief Digital Officer Simonsen Vogt Wiig

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Eva de Falck
General Counsel Swedbank

Since 2016 Eva de Falck is General Counsel at Swedbank, challenged as all traditional banks by disruptive technology in a totally new competitive landscape. 

In her daily work, Eva de Falck is constantly confronted by how to combine increased regulations of the banking industry with technical innovations and digital transformation, with the ultimate goal to have satisfied customers. 

Eva de Falck in her position at Swedbank is responsible for approximately 180 in-house lawyers in six jurisdictions.

Eva is passionate about people and how they can grow and develop themselves. One of her driving forces is matters relating to gender equality.

Before she came to Swedbank, Eva de Falck held leading positions during twelve years in Handelsbanken, e.g. General Counsel in the Stockholm Region and Head of Export and Project Finance. 

She is also a board member in a number of Swedish Savingsbanks.

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Dr. Jan Stemplewski
Entrepreneur, lawyer and legal tech strategist

Jan is the co-founder of a legal assistant for holidaymakers. Its goal is to provide simple and risk-free help with a deficient holiday. The product is designed to make the handling of a holiday problem as easy as booking it.

In addition, Jan and his brother Niclas founded the Legal Tech Team (www.legaltechteam.com). Together with other team members, they report first-hand on
their founding experience in the field of legal tech.


Jan regularly gives talks on the digital transformation of legal services. He has worked both as a lawyer and as a strategy consultant. As a consultant he has supported large
corporations in the digitalization of business processes, in particular through the use of
automation and artificial intelligence. Jan has gained several years of experience in various functions at renowned law firms as well as in courts, public authorities and legal
departments.

Jan’s motivation is to bring data-driven technology to the legal services market in order to improve the quality of results and help more people enforce their rights.

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David Baum
CEO Finstart Nordic

The legal profession has set out on a journey that in many ways follows the same path the financial services sector has walked the last decade. The relentless progress of digital innovation will affect all parts of law, be it the tools and talent available to corporate legal counsel, smart software eating at the world of legal advice and litigation, or new business models disrupting the business of running a law firm.

What experience can the innovation arm in one of Norways oldest and largest banks offer to lawyers looking to move into command of their digital future?
With 20 years experience working at the intersection of technology and finance, David Baum is a serial entrepreneur and CEO of Finstart Nordic, SpareBank 1's SR-Banks innovation arm.
Finstart invests in early stage startups, and incubates and launches it’s own ventures. Finstart is the largest fund and startup factory within fintech in the Nordics with 250 MNOK under management and a world class digital development team, based in Oslo.

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Joanna Goodman
Journalist at Law Society Gazette and author

Joanna Goodman is a freelance journalist and author from London. Her book; “Robots in Law: How Artificial Intelligence is Transforming Legal Services” (2016) is essential reading for anyone looking to get up to speed on AI in legal services. 

She is the Law Society Gazette’s IT columnist and she writes about tech for UK publications including The Guardian and Internet of Business

Her focus is emerging tech, including artificial intelligence (AI), connected devices and robots. 

She is a visiting scholar at University of Westminster Law School, where she is working on the intersection of law and emerging technology. Her comments are quoted in the House of Lords Select Committee on Artificial Intelligence report.

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Daniel Caetanya Fossum
CEO and Founder Mingl

Daniel is the CEO and founder of Mingl.

Mingl is the smarter way to manage your contact network. By moving contact details into the cloud, Mingl disrupts the traditional use of business cards and address books.

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Lisbet Welling
Lawbotics Advisor

Lisbet works as manager in Sprint Consulting, and has among other things adviced Lawbotics with product development since January 2018. 

She has a master in leadership of creative business processes, and extensive experience from design driven, user oriented development with the use of principles from lean innovation and design thinking.

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Christian Sandström
Associate Professor at Chalmers University of Technology, the Ratio Institute

Christian Sandström is associate professor of technology management at Chalmers University of Technology and the Ratio Institute. 

He writes and speaks about how digitalization affects established industries and firms.

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Frank Wedde
Founder Memolife

Frank Wedde is a brain trainer who works with accelerated learning and habit change of the most important skills that will empower you to stay ahead of change. 

With 30-50% of the current jobs estimated to be gone within the next decade, Frank’s mission is to accelerate this transition that we all need to make - by training your brain with practical techniques for a better life and a better mental health. This is why he founded Memolife: the world’s first accelerated learning platform and brain training gym, where anyone can learn the skills that will make you future-proof. 

He has been featured on national TV in China, the Philippines and Norway. He is an author, international speaker and world memory championship competitor. 

Having lived 10 years in Singapore, he is now back in Norway to launch his latest book “Stay ahead of change with functional brain training – the skills you need before the robots take over”. But above all, he is passionate about empowering you with fun and science-based brain hacks that will lift your days from good to great.

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Dag Josef Foss
Founder and CEO Justify

Dag is an experienced lawyer and recently turned legal entrepreneur. With Justify he has set his focus on improving access to justice by providing technology based legal service products to the public. Justify aims to remove existing barriers for obtaining legal services and to give more people the opportunity to serve their own legal needs. 

He is a tech enthusiast with a passion for simplicity and design. He studied IT before law school and has also studied Legal technology and operations at Bucerius Law School in Hamburg.

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Maria Botero
People Operations at Lawbotics

Maria is the Head of People Operations at Lawbotics. Among her major responsibilities are to find, develop, motivate and retain the team in the company. 

She has also been part of the organising team for the Oslo Legal Hackathon, an event created with the purpose of increasing knowledge and support for the use of technology in the legal sector , as well as to promote the community development and innovation in the legal sector in Norway. 

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Schedule

Registration and breakfast

45min

Opening

15min

Stay ahead of change with 6 brain-based techniques that accelerate growth

30min

2018: An AI and Law Oddyssey

45min

Break

15min

The corporate innovation lab is dead

20min

Lessons learned from moving from the practice of law to the business of law

20min

Embracing and facilitating change at law firms and by lawyers

20min

Lunch

50min

How young lawyers challenge the established firm

20min

How Academic Institutions drive practical Legal Innovation Takeaways from Innovation Colloquium by Harvard Law School, Center on the Legal Profession

20min

Digital Disruption in the legal sector? - Evidence from Sweden

20min

We need a digital legal mindset

20min

Break

20min

Lawbotics

10min

Mingl

5min

Justify

5min

The digital transformation in the banking industry - and how it affects lawyers work

20min

Legal innovation: a reality check

20min

Oslo legal hackathon

20min

Future Laywer

20min

After work drinks

120min

Our Story

Last year, we have launched Future Lawyer  because the law industry is heading towards a great change. Some see this as a threat, but we see this as an opportunity. 

This year we are continuing Future Lawyer with a strong focus on innovation in the legal services.

Future Lawyer is co-hosted  with Juristenes Utdanningssenter, and lawyers will be accredited with 6 CPD hours. 


We believe a true entrepreneurial mindset is the right way to approach the new changes, and we also believe you should be part of the change, instead of letting change dictate  your business.

Come, join us, and be a part of "Future Lawyer 2018"

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5 Reasons To Attend Future Lawyer:

Sharpen the Saw

Every now and then you need to sharpen your skills to survive and eventually get ahead. The legal industry has up until now been shielded from the consequences of the digital transformation every industry will go through. But something is happening. Don’t react before it’s too late.

Future Lawyer is co-hosted  with Juristenes Utdanningssenter, and lawyers will be accredited with 6 CPD hours. 

Meet experts and thought leaders face to face

At Norway’s first pure legal innovation conference we have invited some of the sharpest legal innovators in the world. Here is your chance to hear them speak and meet them face to face. Don’t miss this opportunity. Your competition isn’t.

Networking opportunities

At this conference, you will not only meet lawyer’s from competing firms, but also your potential next customer. What kind of lawyers do you think they prefer? Forward thinking innovaters, aiming at making better services, or the other guy that relies on everything staying the same?

Good conferences have opportunities for attendees to mix and mingle, form new relationships, and strengthen existing ones. Over coffee, lunch, or cocktails, you may make a connection with the perfect provider or prospect. You may find yourself sitting next to your next customer or mentor. 

New tools and takeaways

No one knows everything, but many knows a lot. At Future Lawyer 2018 you’re bound to be inspired, get some tips and insight in new technologies, and new business models. Maybe even concrete tools or ways of working you can implement when you’re back in your office.

An investment in yourself is an investment in your company

Remember, by investing in building your own skills, you are also investing in your company’s future. Everyone needs to transform, not only the “head of innovation”. When seeking out new business