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Upcoming events (2)

Automated Attorneys: Will AI “Kill All the Lawyers?”

VLAB presents a panel discussion on Automated Attorneys. Moderator: Drew Amerson, Director of LexLab, UC Hastings Panelists: Patrick Barry, COO, Logikcull Amélie-Sophie Vavrovsky, Co-Founder & CEO, Formally David Wang, Corporate Strategic Innovation Counsel, Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati Dan Jansen, CEO and Managing Director, NextLaw Ventures To learn more and to register, visit: https://vlab.org/events/automated-attorneys/ ++++++++++++++++++++++++ Lawyers have been around a long time — from long before Shakespeare. By some accounts, people have relied on the specialized knowledge of the legal industry for over 6,000 years. And everything is about to change. Recent technological and regulatory developments are poised to transform our access to legal expertise in radically new ways. How lawyers and startups adapt to these changes will significantly alter the landscape of a $300B industry. As new digital services supplant traditional legal services, law firms will no longer need to hire huge teams to get the information they need. In theory, this will allow smaller firms to compete more effectively, increasing access and decreasing costs. When the cost of hiring a lawyer is calculated by the minute, the financial savings could be huge. Additionally, regulatory changes could shift the distribution of revenue and profit substantially across the entire industry. For example, states such as California and Utah are exploring new rules that would allow legal firms to sell “shares” of ownership to non-attorneys, creating new opportunities for the savvy investor. This expanded access to information, to services, and to capital has the potential to improve legal services and generate significant value. What will lawyers need to do to survive in this changing landscape? Will “live” attorneys be replaced by legal robots? Will these changes lead to greater competition? Join us on October 24 to find out. To learn more and to register, visit: https://vlab.org/events/automated-attorneys/

Hack Homelessness

555 Post St

$25.00

Hack Homelessness is LexLab @ UC Hastings' design challenge/hackathon, bringing together lawyers, developers, designers, builders and thinkers with the objective of finding technology solutions to some of the most pressing legal issues that keep the homeless population of San Francisco on the streets. Teams will compete to implement technology solutions for a legal issue related to one of several identified causes of homelessness. We plan to host around participants with varying amounts of experience in the legal, design and computer science fields. No prior coding or hacking experience is required. The multi-day event will take place from October 26-27, 2019. (8:30am-8pm Saturday & 8:30am-5pm Sunday) We're looking for engineers, designers, and anyone passionate about creating a social impact and positive change for one of the Bay Area's most pressing issues. Will you join us? Find out more at www.HackHomelessness.org

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Startup Financing

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