Is your law firm’s system for responding to potential clients in need of an overhaul? In this session, presented by Maddy Martin of Smith.ai and Ian Connett of QuantumJurist, you will learn how to combine tools within your legal practice management and calendaring software to capture, qualify, and convert leads into new clients. You'll receive examples of the best lead-qualification questions, lead-intake forms, and a "playbook" for automating the entire process from lead capture to new-client intake. You'll also learn how to outsource most of the workflow to virtual receptionists to save your firm time and money.
The #FutureOfLaw is here!
Want to learn about the latest in Legal Technology?
How about new opportuniuties and technologies that will revolutionize the practice of law?
There will be a brief presentation, followed by a gathering at the Shippan Landing Beer Garden. Accessible by car, train and shuttle service.
Register now or RSVP at firstname.lastname@example.org. Space is limited!
Join us on June 13th to discuss Data Privacy, GDPR and much more!
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is an EU Regulation that became effective on May 25th, 2018. GDPR not only affects companies located in the EU but also those throughout the world that have operations and customers in the EU. An entity may be within the scope of the GDPR if it processes personal data of EU data subjects. The key principle of GDPR is giving consumers control of their data. Fines of up to 4% of total global turnover could be imposed if rules in the GDPR are breached.
The speakers will cover GDPR legislation and its effect on privacy and data security from different angles - from policy to compliance, from tech and tools to impact on businesses.
Come with your questions! Networking and drinks before and after the panel.
Tickets- IIBN Members FREE
$20 IIBN Non-Members
Annual Membership $95
Panelists include... (more to be announced soon!)
President and founder of QuantumJurist, Inc
One of a kind conference connecting startups, venture capital, angel investors, strategic companies, and lawyers. Click here to sign up space is very limited: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/evolve-law-summit-tickets-39623773774.
1:00 - 5:30 PM Registration
1:00 - 3:00 PM One-on-One Meetings
3:10 - 3:15 PM Welcome Remarks
3:15 - 4:05 PM Session 1: Venture Capital & Angel Investors
4:15 - 5:05 PM Session 2: Strategic Partners
5:10 - 6:30 PM Networking Reception
Attendees will receive exclusive access to schedule meetings with companies and investors, networking with industry leaders, and practical advice on advancing your company!
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The Elisabeth Haub School of Law Center for Career and Professional Development and QuantumJurist present:
What is Blockchain?
During this event, we will explain what it is and how it will effect business and lawyers. Please join us for a panel discussion featuring:
• Judge Sharif Nesheiwat, US Administrative Law Judge and former Senior In-House Counsel with HSBC Regulatory Group
• Gary J. Ross, Partner at Ross & Shulga PLLC, a boutique securities law firm and leading practitioner in cryptocurrencies
• Jules Miller, General Partner at LunaCap Ventures, impact investor, and three-time entrepreneur and “intrapreneur”
• Lance Koonce, Partner at Davis Wright Tremaine LLP, who focuses his practice on intellectual property and technology law with an expertise in emerging technologies
• MODERATOR: Ian Connett, Legal Director of Collective and Founder of Quantum Jurist
November 30, 2017
163 William Street, NYC Room 1800 (Banquet Hall)
New York, NY 10038
6:00pm - 7:30pm
This is a free event, and 1 CLE Credit is available.
Building a High-Value Corporate Legal Department in Transformative Times
Speaker: Megan Ryan, Executive Vice President, Chief Compliance, Privacy and Ethics Officer, NuHealth
Speaker: Julie Cantor, Associate Counsel, Compass
Jeff Gusman, Lead Counsel & Director, Capco
Ian Connett, Legal Director, Collective
Moderator: Matthew Lhoumeau, Founder & CEO, Concord
Faster, better, cheaper are the new imperatives for in-house legal teams as corporate budgets shrink and advanced technologies break new ground. For example, instead of spending hours fine-tuning litigation-proof contracts, companies are tasking legal to come up with standardized approaches that deliver greater efficiencies from more accessible services. In this lively discussion, we’ll take a deep dive into issues surrounding what a strong legal department looks like; when and how to make the case for expanded headcount; and what should legal be doing—and in what order--to optimize performance and drive efficiency.