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School of Law

Workshop and Q&A: KPMG LegalTech on Emerging Legal Career Paths

5 February 2020

Time: 5:00 - 8:00pm
Venue: Room 2.10, Second Floor, School of Law Building, Queen Mary University of London, Mile End Road E1 4NS

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KPMG logoKPMG Legal Technology is a multidisciplinary team, combining software development, data science and legal expertise. The team provides internal and external facing solutions, supporting KPMG UK and Europe in advanced legal service delivery.

The presenters will discuss the evolution of multi-skill career paths, which are transforming the legal work environment and client service delivery. Providing insight into working practice in a combined advisory environment, the team will explore how legal training and personal development goals could evolve to meet skill demands. Future lawyers will need to find new ways of accessing their innate technical and soft skills and ensure that they are equipped to support the changing needs of law firms, alternative legal service providers and clients.


Lisa McClory, KPMG UK

Lisa is a senior corporate lawyer and knowledge management professional, working with KPMG on research and innovation initiatives which combine law, tech and process optimisation. Research interests and areas of recent specialism include electronic signature and smart contracts, agile work processes, distributed ledger-based governance systems and client collaboration platforms.

Konstantinos Georgiadis, KPMG UK

Konstantinos is a Legal Technologist and holds an LLM in International Commercial Law. He is an experienced developer with an emphasis on automation and data analysis. Konstantinos has recently automated a suite of 60+ legal documents for internal operations and client processes and built a series of web solutions for client-facing projects.

This event will be followed by a drinks reception.


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