Careers in LegalTech: Where Law Connects with Technology
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Are you planning to go to law school? Maybe you’re already in law school and you STILL don’t know what career you’re going to go into!
Did you know that you can have a career in technology? Yes!! The legal sector is typically more “conservative” and resistant to change, but technology is changing everything! Want to know how? Join this seminar with Jacqueline Schafer.
She uses technology to understand a lot of data all at once. With technology, she can better understand her clients’ needs, work better with her colleagues and WIN more cases! This session will teach you about Legal tech, what it is, how to get into the field and if it’s right for you!
In this session you will learn:
✅ What is LegalTech and why is it important
✅ How to start a career in LegalTech
✅ Essential skills you need to be successful
✅ What are the industry trends and future jobs
✅ What recruiters are looking for when hiring graduates
✅ How to win more cases with technology
LegalTech has enabled legal services providers to integrate and analyze large amounts of data seamlessly. You'll discover how it's helped companies focus on clients' needs and collaborate internally and externally in a more efficient manner.
In this session with Jacqueline Schafer, Founder and CEO at Clearbrief, we will dive deeper into LegalTech, it’s trends, and discuss how you can enter the field as a professional or an Entrepreneur.
More about Jacqueline:
Jacqueline began her career as a litigation associate at the New York law firm of Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton, & Garrison, and spent much of career as an Assistant Attorney General in the Washington and Alaska Attorney General’s Offices, where she specialized in appellate practice and complex litigation. She is the recipient of the WA Bar Association's 2021 APEX Award for Innovation for founding Clearbrief, as well as for her Dec 2020 law review article describing how AI and natural language processing (NLP) will transform courts and government social services. Before joining the startup world, Jacqueline also served as Senior Director, Program Counsel for the national child welfare nonprofit Casey Family Programs, negotiating agreements with courts across the country and managing litigation and amicus efforts in impact litigation. In addition to her regular pro bono appellate advocacy for several nonprofits in the Northwest, she serves as a founding board member of the Washington State CASA Association, and a board member of the Seattle Repertory Jazz Orchestra. She also serves as an advisor to two AI organizations focused on social impact AI innovation, the Microsoft-backed startup X4Impact and Think of Us. She graduated magna cum laude from the University of Pennsylvania (where she sang with John Legend's former a cappella group!), and cum laude from Boston University School of Law.
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