Tech Law Fest in Singapore | 21-22 Sep 2023 (with pay wall)
The relationship between law and technology can be challenging, but the rise of GenAI and the impact of the COVID pandemic on the adoption of technology and virtual interactions have sparked both anxiety and excitement, especially in the Asia-Pacific region, where there are disparities in legal traditions and technological advancement. The Tech Law Fest conference, where Brian Tang and Adeline Chin will be speaking, takes a closer look at the growth of the legal innovation and technology ecosystem across Asia-Pacific.
Programme & Tickets are available at the TechLaw.Fest portal.
Brian W Tang is the co-chair of the Asia Pacific Legal Innovation and Technology Association (ALITA) and the founding executive director of LITE Lab@HKU, an interdisciplinary and award-winning program at the University of Hong Kong's Faculty of Law. He incorporates generative AI into the teaching and learning curriculum and practice. With nearly 20 years of experience, he has advised on some of the world's largest financial services and technology capital markets and M&A deals. He is also an APAC Regional board member of the Global Alliance of Impact Lawyers (GAIL) and a board member of the Fintech Association of Hong Kong.
Adeline Chin is a legal knowledge management consultant, legal tech evangelist, and co-founder of three legal-related companies. With a background in law and an MBA, she has authored publications on KM and legal tech, speaks at conferences globally, and has led innovative projects that humanize the law. Adeline serves as a member of the Tech Expert Committee at the Asian International Arbitration Centre (AIAC) and currently holds the position of Co-Chairperson at the Asia-Pacific Legal Innovation and Technology Association (ALITA).