ASEAN Legal Tech Association is the newest member of the Global Legal Tech Report research initiative, joining forces with legal tech associations from around the world and industry leading research partners to undertake the world’s first and most comprehensive study into the legal tech industry and the people behind the businesses.
This first-of-its-kind project is designed to help law firms, legal tech businesses, investors and other relevant parties comprehensively understand the booming legal tech sector.
ASEAN LegalTech Association (ASEAN LegalTech) is an association of LegalTech firms, legal technologists, law firms, legal departments, regulators and individuals in South East Asia.
“ASEAN LegalTech is a platform to connect LegalTech pioneers, thought leaders and enthusiasts to promote and build the LegalTech ecosystem in the South East Asian markets,” Founding Board member Eric Chin said.
“ASEAN LegalTech’s goal is to provide a voice to the emerging market to inform discussions with regulators in the ASEAN region and supporting this research will provide invaluable hard data on the sector to support these conversations and inform member decision-making.”
“We are delighted to welcome ASEAN Legal Tech to the project. Their involvement will help us engage with local legal tech companies and deliver compelling insights into the health and composition of the South East Asian legal tech sector,” Stevie Ghiassi, Project Director, ALTA Board member and CEO of Legaler said.
The Asian Report will be launched at ALTACON, the leading legal + tech conference in the Southern Hemisphere, that will be run as a virtual event on 28 and 29 May 2020.
The Asian report can be pre-ordered now, saving 20% on the list price of $US399.
The Global Legal Tech Report is a joint project led by the leading legal innovation consultancy, Alpha Creates, and ALTA, the Australian Legal Technology Association.
This project would not be made possible without the support of major research partners, KPMG, Macquarie and the Law Society.
“Their support through funding, industry insights and access to their networks have enabled us to bring this project to life. What started as a simple idea is now the most extensive legal research initiative ever conducted and we are incredibly grateful for their contributions,” Stevie Ghiassi said.
About ASEAN Legal Tech Association
The ASEAN LegalTech Association (ASEAN LegalTech) is an association of LegalTech firms, legal technologists, law firms, legal departments, regulators and individuals in South East Asia.
ASEAN LegalTech is a platform to connect LegalTech pioneers, thought leaders and enthusiasts to promote and build the LegalTech ecosystem in the South East Asian markets. ASEAN LegalTech’s goal is to provide a voice to the emerging market to inform discussions with regulators in the ASEAN region by:
- Building, connecting and growing a community for LegalTech in the ASEAN region through an online platform and monthly events (meet ups, legal hackathons, industry presentations, etc).
- Starting the LegalTech dialogue in the ASEAN region and specifically in the region’s legal industry.
- Building a platform to feature and cultivate the growth of the LegalTech scene in the ASEAN region.
- Promoting entrepreneurial culture amongst legal industry constituents, namely lawyers (private practice and in-house lawyers), technologists and regulators.
- Building the go-to platform for thought leadership initiatives on LegalTech in the ASEAN region
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