- Designing Your Culture - Margaret Hagan, Stanford Legal Design Lab
Event info: We have a very special guest speaker, all the way from California, for this meet-up - Margaret Hagan, Director of the Stanford Legal Design Lab, Stanford University, USA. Margaret leads an interdisciplinary team based at Stanford Law School and Stanford Institute of Design (the d.school), building a new generation of legal products and services. They use human-centred design and agile development methodology to design new solutions for legal services. This is a rare opportunity to take part in one of Margaret's interactive workshops, exploring how we can be more intentional and creative about how we work, and how we build better types of teams, networks, and ecosystems in law. Event schedule 1845 - 1930 Doors open, drinks + networking 1930 - 1935 Welcome 1935 – 2030 Interactive workshop 2030 – 2100 Drinks + networking Speaker bio: - Margaret Hagan is the Director of the Legal Design Lab and a lecturer at the d.school. She was a fellow at the d.school from[masked], where she launched the Program for Legal Tech & Design, experimenting in how design can make legal services more usable, useful & engaging. She teaches a series of project-based classes, with interdisciplinary student groups tackling legal challenges through user-focused research and design of new legal products and services. She also leads workshops to train legal professionals in the design process, to produce client-focused innovation. Margaret graduated from Stanford Law School in June 2013. She served as a student fellow at the Center for Internet & Society and president of the Stanford Law and Technology Association. While a student, she built the game app Law Dojo to make studying for law school classes more interactive & engaging. She also started the blog Open Law Lab to document legal innovation and design work. Margaret holds an AB from the University of Chicago, an MA from Central European University in Budapest, and a PhD from Queen’s University Belfast in International Politics. She is originally from Pittsburgh. Further details on her work can be found here: - http://www.margarethagan.com/ http://www.legaltechdesign.com/ https://www.ritualdesignlab.org/ A huge thanks to our incredible sponsors - Nalanda Technology BV, Nalytics + Amsterdam Law Hub. Follow us on Twitter: @LegalHackersAMS #LegalHack * this event is in English + free to attend Venue details: - Amsterdam Law Hub Nieuwe Achtergracht 166, 1018 WV Amsterdam.
- Legal Tech - Containerisation + Data Analytics
Event info: The theme for this meet-up is legal tech and we have 2 great speakers lined up for you – details below. This event is free, however, please ensure you sign up early if you'd like to attend, as spaces are limited. 1830 - 1900 Doors open, drinks + networking 1900 - 1905 Welcome 1905 – 1925 Speaker 1 - "Why enterprises are adopting Kubernetes and how it can help law firms experiment and integrate new legal technology rapidly” – Priyadarshi Lahiri, CTO, Reynen Court LLC. Priyo is the architect of Reynen Court’s technology and he manages development and testing. Prior to joining Reynen Court (dubbed the “App Store for Legal Tech”), he was Chief Technology Officer at EdGE Networks, a venture backed workforce management platform leveraging NLP, DL and AI since 2012. He is passionate about emerging technologies, distributed computing, containers and microservices and has considerable experience with cloud native architecture and infrastructure as well as enterprise grade security and data protection. Priyo is a graduate of Calcutta University. 1925 – 1930 Short break 1930 – 1950 Speaker 2 - “Data Driven Lawyers – The Analytics Advantage” – George Steven, Head of Consulting, Nalanda Technology Ltd. George has over 25 years’ experience delivering complex ICT solutions to the SME, manufacturing, financial and enterprise markets. Based in Nalytics Glasgow office, George has extensive experience in operations, sales management, project management, technical consulting and systems and process management. As Head of Consulting for Nalytics, George’s background within enterprise search, text analysis and data visualisation, helps support the development and deployment of the Nalytics solution. 1950 – 2005 Discussion // wrap-up 2005 – 2045 Drinks + networking A huge thanks to our sponsors - Nalanda Technology BV + Nalytics. Follow us on Twitter: @LegalHackersAMS #LegalHack * this event is in English Venue details: - B. Amsterdam Building B1 - The Chris Room Johan Huizingalaan 763a 1066 VH Amsterdam
- Legal Startup Crash Test
• What we'll do Legalhackers Amsterdam, we are back. Now with a different format and angle. Let's promote our legaltech startups in NL. Less talking but doing. HiiL Justice Accelerator together with Amsterdam and Kiev legal hackers are organising the Legal Startup Test Crash on April 19th, in the Humanity Hub. it is an informal event to pitch startup ideas, to get useful feedback on startup ideas, to help with its development. You are welcome to pitch if your startup has undergone any new development or has had new features added to it, and you would like some feedback. However, you are also welcome to observe and network with other entrepreneurs in the field. Is this an event that might interest you? or do you know anyone else that might be interested? Here is the link to get tickets on Eventbrite. https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/legal-startup-crash-test-nl-tickets-43746342488?aff=efbeventtix you can fill out the application using this link if you would like to pitch. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScuHqawJboCj2qiTruUu4iw0J9gvAlzRLq-EiwsNEiKSzklQA/viewform See you there legalhackers • What to bring Anyone with an early stage legaltech startup idea that promotes access to justice. Or an interest in legaltech in general. • Important to know Buy a ticket. Hey, it's a little support for the cause
- Securing the Cyberspace
• What we'll do If the Equifax breach made you WannaCry and Heartbleed left you Shellshocked and heading for a Meltdown, sign up for our cyber-themed January meet-up! We have 3 impressive speakers lined up for you and thanks to our generous sponsors, Bierens, there will be pizza + beer too! Spaces are limited so get in early. We hope to see you there! Event info: 1815 - 1900 Networking, pizza + drinks 1900 - 1905 Welcome note 1905 -[masked]st speaker - Dr Melanie Rieback CEO + Co-Founder of Radically Open Security, the world’s first non profit security company. Melanie is a former Assistant Professor of Computer Science at VU where her research attracted worldwide press coverage and won several awards. She worked as a Senior Engineering Manager on XenClient at Citrix, where she led their Vancouver office. She was also the head researcher in the CSIRT at ING Bank, where she spearheaded their Analysis Lab and the ING Core Threat Intelligence Project. In 2008 she co-founded the Dutch Girl Geek Dinner chapter. Melanie was named 2010 ICT Professional of the Year (Finalist) by WomeninIT, one of the “400 most successful women in the Netherlands” by Viva Magazine (Viva400) in 2010 and 2017, one of the “fifty most inspiring women in tech” (Inspiring Fifty Netherlands) in 2016 and 2017, and the “Most Innovative IT Leader” by CIO Magazine NL (TIM Award) in 2017. Her company, Radically Open Security, was also named the “50th Most Innovative SME” by the Dutch Chamber of Commerce (MKB Innovatie Top 100) in 2016. 1930 - 1935 Break 1935 -[masked]nd speaker - Dr Greig Paul, a leading cyber-security, blockchain and FinTech specialist at the University of Strathclyde (UK). Greig has worked and consulted in cyber-security across key sectors, from mobile devices and applications, to computers and cloud services on the internet, and the critical national infrastructure used to keep the lights on, water flowing, and banks trading. He specialises in bringing a practical focus to security, and in getting to the real root of security problems and finding solutions to the difficult ones. He has a particular interest in cyber-security within the legal and financial sectors, regularly advising and consulting for businesses of all sizes, from technology start-ups to large investment companies, and everywhere in between. He is a regular international speaker at security, blockchain and finance events. 2000 - 2005 Break 2005 -[masked]rd speaker - Jelle Niemantsverdriet, Director (Cyber Risk Services) at Deloitte. Jelle is fascinated by the intersection of cybersecurity and other disciplines like human-centered design, safety research, marketing and data science. Having investigated some of the largest data breaches in the world, he has a pretty unique view of what happens when things go wrong in cybersecurity - both from a deep technical and a boardroom perspective. He aims to use that insight to build better and more secure teams, tools and businesses and strongly believes that can only be done by positioning the security organisation as a forward-looking, enabling, data-driven, fast-moving team instead of the traditional 'department of NO'. 2030 - 2045 Discussion/ wrap-up 2045 - 2115 Networking + drinks Event sponsor: Bierens Incasso Advocaten Follow us on Twitter: @LegalHackersAMS Use the following hashtags: #LegalHack #InfoSec #CyberSecurity * this event is in English • What to bring Curiosity, thirst and an appetite • Important to know Capped at 45 people: be quick
- Smart Contracts Panel Discussion & Borrel
Back with a Vengeance! We are explorers, We are doers. We are Legal Hackers.” Legal Hackers Amsterdam proudly invites you to join us for an innovative panel discussion on the future of Smart Contracts and its inevitable impact on the legal sphere. How will they gain widespread adoption? When: Friday, November 10th 16.00 until 18.00 Where: Next Amsterdam, Postjesweg 1, top floor, Amsterdam Who: YOU! Gerben Schoorl—Mediator & Enthusiast Smart Contracts Entrepreneurs: Willem Wiggers, founder of Weagree Legaltech Consultants and Academics: Merijn Zaat ABN Amro blockchain Expert and Martijn Witvoet ABN Amro Smart Contracts Expert Through local meetups, hackathons, and workshops, Legal Hackers spot issues and opportunities where technology can improve and inform the practice of law and where law, legal practice, and policy can adapt to rapidly changing technology. Please direct any further questions to Edouard Dopper at [masked] Connect with us on Twitter: @LegalhackersAMS Graciously Sponsored by: Legaljoe
- Legal Hackers Amsterdam Blockchain Panel & Borrel
“We are explorers, We are doers. We are Legal Hackers.” Legal Hackers Amsterdam proudly invites you to join us for an innovative panel discussion on the future of Blockchain technology and its inevitable impact on the legal sphere. When: Friday, August 19th 16.00 until 18.00 Where: Stadsschouwburg, Leidseplein 26, Amsterdam Who: YOU! Rob Henham—Mediator & Enthusiast Alejandro De La Torre—Blockchain Entrepreneur & Business Development Expert Sidney Richards—Legaltech Consultant and Academic Special guests... Through local meetups, hackathons, and workshops, Legal Hackers spot issues and opportunities where technology can improve and inform the practice of law and where law, legal practice, and policy can adapt to rapidly changing technology. Please direct any further questions to Jacqueline Spagnola at [masked] Connect with us on Twitter: @LegalhackersAMS (https://twitter.com/AMSLegalHackers/) Graciously Sponsored by: GREENBERG TRAURIG (http://www.gtlaw.com/Locations/Amsterdam) & PROJECT MOORE (https://projectmoore.com/) In Collaboration with: Nerderlands Festival (http://nerderlands.com/)
- Inaugural Brainstorm Borrel
“We are explorers. We are doers. We are Legal Hackers." Please join us for a cocktail-fueled brainstorm borrel to kick-off the inauguration of Legal Hackers Amsterdam. We proudly invite you to join this global movement of lawyers, policymakers, technologists, and academics who explore and develop creative solutions to some of the most pressing issues at the intersection of law and technology. We look forward to collaborating with you and building this community. Through local meetups, hackathons, and workshops, Legal Hackers spot issues and opportunities where technology can improve and inform the practice of law and where law, legal practice, and policy can adapt to rapidly changing technology. Please RSVP and direct any further questions to Jacqueline Spagnola at [masked] Proudly sponsored by Greenberg Traurig.