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Neural Networking


Feb 29 2024, Thursday05:30 PM - 07:30 PM (GMT +8:00) Kuala Lumpur, Singapore


32 Carpenter Street, 059911

, Singapore



Join us at Neural Networking and discover how AI is reshaping legal practices, from paperwork automation to case analysis innovation. Ideal for those intrigued by AI's role in law, this session unveils the challenges and advancements in legal tech. Connect, learn, and be inspired to reimagine the future of the legal industry with AI.

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Date: 29 Feb 2024, Thursday
Time: 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM (GMT +8:00) Kuala Lumpur, Singapore
Location: 32 Carpenter Street, 059911


Speaker's Profile:

Hannah Lim, Strategic Partnerships Lead, Asia & Pacific, LexisNexis
Hannah Lim

Hannah works to build meaningful and innovative partnerships with key stakeholders in the public and private sectors as well as international organizations. The aim is to identify areas where LexisNexis can, leveraging on technology, support the rule of law. She is passionate about exploring the impact that technology might have to the legal industry and to society generally, particularly in the context of the emerging markets in Asia. She enjoys researching, writing and presenting on this topic as well as connecting with other curious minds in this area. She also has a keen interest in the future of the legal profession and enjoys meeting with young lawyers over discussions on career paths and what the future might hold. Prior to joining LexisNexis, Hannah was a corporate lawyer in Myanmar, developing the Myanmar legal practice of two Singapore law firms. Hannah read law in the University of British Columbia and is called to New York State Bar and the Singapore Bar.

Speaker's Profile:

Jeth Lee, Chief Legal Officer, Microsoft Singapore
Jeth Lee

Jeth Lee is Microsoft Singapore’s Chief Legal Officer, and heads legal and regulatory affairs across Southeast Asia. He is responsible for driving strategic transactions, brokering public-private partnerships, and navigating the organisation through complex regulatory environments. Prior to joining Microsoft, Jeth spent a decade in leadership and management roles at the Singapore Exchange, where he served as the group’s chief compliance officer and lead counsel. Earlier in his career, he practised securities law at Allen & Gledhill, a leading Singapore law firm. Jeth read law at the National University of Singapore, where he was chief editor of the law review. He holds a master’s degree in corporate law from New York University, and is qualified as an advocate and solicitor.

Speaker's Profile:

Chang Zi Qian, Founder and CEO, INTELLLEX
Chang Zi Qian

Zi Qian is qualified to practise law in Singapore. He was previously a government venture capitalist and startup/innovation policy maker before starting INTELLLEX. INTELLLEX is the most challenging endeavor that Zi Qian has ever embarked on and he is constantly encouraged by the boundaries that INTELLLEX can push. Gen AI has broken some technical limitations and has brought some excitement to the space. He is energised by great conversations with like minded individuals. He is open to connecting with individuals who like to talk about legal tech, history, Alain De Botton and their startup pains.

Speaker's Profile:

Stella Tan, Executive Director, Tau Express Pte Ltd
Stella Tan

Stella Tan, Executive Director at Tau Express Pte Ltd, an NTU spin-off specializing in AI and Data Analytics technologies for Smart Cities applications. She brings both direct experience and dedication to accelerate AI adoption for digital transformation needs in government and private sectors, with a focus on legal tech and cybersecurity. In her current capacity, she collaborates closely with the intellectual asset R&D team to translate operational needs and pain points into impactful product discovery and innovation. Before joining Tau Express, she spent several years working in the civil service on international policy, before transitioning to technology during her tenure as a research engineer at the Strategic Centre for Research in Privacy Preserving Technologies. Stella earned her Master of Business Economics from The University of Queensland, Australia.

Speaker's Profile:

Kenta Kusano, Chief Executive - LawNet Technology Services, Chief Technology Officer - Singapore Academy of Law
Kenta Kusano

Kenta Kusano is the Chief Executive at LawNet Technology Services (LTS) and the Chief Technology Officer at the Singapore Academy of Law (SAL). He is responsible for driving SAL's digital transformation while managing its technology risks. Kenta leads the SAL group’s technology team to equip legal professionals with the technology they need to stay on top of the many challenges in today’s fast-changing environment. Kenta has over 20 years of experience in technology. Before joining SAL, he led the APAC IT team at a multinational financial services company to support its regional business. He has also managed a Singapore marketing technology start-up to profitability as its Chief Operating Officer. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Computer Science from Harvard University.

Moderator's Profile:

David Low, Director of Legal, Smart Nation Group
David Low

David Low is Director of the Legal Division at Singapore’s Smart Nation Group, where he provides legal advice on issues relating to technology, media, and telecommunications law, and in particular on Singapore’s Smart Nation and digital government initiatives. He also serves as one of the Vice-Chairpersons of the Singapore Legal Service’s Technology Law Cluster, a community of public sector lawyers developing expertise in technology law so as to help the Singapore Government address its fast-evolving technology needs and chart Singapore’s digital future.