Legal Hackers Panel Discussion on Law & Technology: Independent or Interdependent [Sep 22, Delhi]

On Tuesday, 22nd September, 2015, Legal Hackers Delhi Chapter is organising a panel discussion along with Sharda University on ‘Law & Technology: Independent or Interdependent’ and we’d love to have you there!

The issues around law and technology are becoming prominent in our public discourse. What is the future that we are looking at for law and technology? Can these two forces remain oblivion to their influence on each other?

While the law needs to adapt to the rapidly changing technology, the technology can greatly influence the legal system by creating newer ways of resolving disputes. But are these influences necessarily positive? What are some of the challenges and opportunities as the disciplines of law and technology become more dependent on each other?

Our panelists for the debate are:

1. Ramanuj Mukherjee: Founder, iPleaders

2. Dr Maurya Vijay Chandra: Founding Partner, Adyopant Legal Services

3. James Mukkattukavunkal: Founding Partner, Enhelion

4. Kanan Dhru: Founder, Lawtoons, LawForMe, RFGI and Legal Hackers India

5. Ranjan Jha: Partner, Bhasin & Co

The event is open for everyone and is free to attend! Once again, the details are as follows:

Date: 22nd September 2015

Time: 6pm to 7.45pm

Venue: Lecture Room No. 2 at India International Centre, Annexe, New Delhi

Please do feel free to get in touch with us if you have any questions. In the meanwhile, drop in an email to [email protected] to register yourself for the event.

About Legal Hackers: Legal Hackers community is a global movement of lawyers, technologists, academicians and students to explore how technology can improve the process of law and how law/policy can adapt to technology.

About Sharda University: Sharda University is a leading Educational institution based at Greater Noida, Delhi NCR. A venture of the renowned SGI group, the University has established itself as a high quality education provider with prime focus on holistic learning and imbibing competitive abilities in students.

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