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*Now full* Legal Generative AI: The New Equation for Legal Departments of the Future

Legal Generative AI: The New Equation for Legal Departments of the Future

When: April 3, 2024, 18:00
Where: PwC, Otemachi Park Building 1 Chome-1-1 Ōtemachi, Chiyoda City, Tokyo 100-0004
Language: English with simultaneous Japanese language interpretation

There is no doubt that Generative AI will have an impact on all industries, and legal is no exception. In this interactive seminar we will delve into the transformative potential of Generative AI within the legal industry. Attendees will gain insights on the state of the market and the technological landscape of Legal Generative AI, the practical use cases that organisations across Asia Pacific are implementing or contemplating, and importantly, how legal departments can get started today.

The session will also showcase market-leading and exclusive Legal Generative AI solutions in a live and interactive demo that will allow attendees to see firsthand the transformative potential of Generative AI.

Meet our Speakers

Eric Chin, PwC, Asia Pacific Director
Eric Chin is a Director of the Asia Pacific NewLaw team based in Australia and currently on secondment to Singapore. Eric specialises in innovation, strategy and technology consulting in the legal industry, working with legal departments and law firms in the Asia Pacific region.

He is also engaged in building grassroots LegalTech and legal innovation movement through the formation of ASEAN LegalTech Association and Legal Hackers Melbourne. Eric is also the co-creator and lead researcher of the Global Legal Tech Report.

Alex Rosenrauch, PwC, Senior Manager
Alex Rosenrauch is a Senior Manager in PwC Australia’s NewLaw practice and is the Legal Generative AI Lead across Asia Pacific.

Drawing upon years of experience, Alex specializes in Legal Technology and has a deep understanding of building, implementing, and procuring cutting-technical solutions for corporate legal departments and law firms. His expertise spans both the APAC region, where he currently resides, and the United States, where he previously lived and worked.

This event is now closed due to reaching capacity.