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Tech Talks:

TechLaw.Fest Quick Chats: Cherilyn Tan, Asia Law Network

TechLaw.Fest Quick Chats: Edmund Koh, INTELLLEX



"I hope Legaltech has the potential to help lawyers connect with the underserved today"


TechLaw.Fest Singapore media partner LawTech.Asia sat down for a chat with Cherilyn Tan, Founder and CEO of Asia Law Network. Cherilyn will be conducting a Legal Tech Primer Session titled, “What works for you? Professional Networking, Client Management and Business Development Platforms”


TechLaw.Fest Media Partner LawTech.Asia sat down for a chat with Edmund Koh, Chief of Staff & General Counsel at INTELLLEX. Edmund will be speaking at the Law of Tech Conference on the panel titled Legal Issues in Legal Tech.

After Fintech, Singapore Eyes Legaltech

5 from Singapore on Asia power list in business of law

Singapore to launch S-E Asia's first legaltech accelerator


Singapore, a haven for disruptive fintech firms, is aiming to shake up Asia's legal sector next.


The Lion City will host Southeast Asia's first legaltech accelerator from April. The city-state's initiative aims to groom legaltech startups as well as incubate new busines...


The 30 leaders and entrepreneurs to watch in the business of law in Asia this year include five from Singapore.

Picked by the Asia Law Portal publication last month, four of the five are women and their edge is in cutting deals, drumming up business and driving technology.



SINGAPORE is taking the lead to digitally transform its legal sector. Come April, the country will be home to South-east Asia's first legaltech accelerator. Named Accelerate!, it aims to groom legaltech startups as well as incubate new business models or services conceived by law firms.


Tech specialists to be trained for legal sector

Singapore Formally Launches its FLIP Legal Innovation Programme

The Singapore Academy of Law shows the rest of the world how to launch a legal IT innovation programme


A new breed of professionals known as "legal technologists" is being groomed as part of efforts to modernise the delivery of legal services in Singapore.

They will be trained with the latest IT tools and armed with know-how in cyber security and computer systems integration before being deployed across law firms here.


The Singapore Academy of Law has now formally launched its Future Law Innovation Programme (FLIP)and will work with the Singapore Management University (SMU), among others, to drive change.

One of the projects SMU students have been working on in the lead up to the FLIP...





Panel of FLIP participants and partners, including Philip Jeyaretnam the Singapore CEO and Global Vice-Chair Dentons, Rodyk & Davidson, speaking about the importance of FLIP.


In an example of an unusually high-level and joined up legal tech innovation programme, T...

Lawyers in Singapore to get help with tech disruption with innovation programme



The first image that crystallises in most laypeople’s mind when they think of the legal profession is an attorney’s office where lawyers peruse law reference tomes to prepare their cases while their legal clerks pour over large binders of relevant documents.






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