Nominations open for tech den at Legal Tech Summit 2018

Australasian Lawyer is calling for nominations for a pitch fest that will be held at the Legal Tech Summit on 31 October 2018

Nominations open for tech den at Legal Tech Summit 2018

Australasian Lawyer is calling for nominations from legal tech start-ups for a pitch fest that will be held at the Legal Tech Summit on 31 October 2018.

Vying for the ultimate prize, a $20,000 marketing campaign in Australasian Lawyer, hundreds of legal tech start-ups will be whittled down to just a few finalists.

Do you know someone with a business idea that…

  • Automates processes for legal professionals
  • Improves efficiencies for lawyers and law firms
  • Helps law firms improve client services

Start-ups are being encouraged to submit their nomination by 3 September for the chance to pitch your idea to a panel of judges and investors at the Legal Tech Summit at the Westin Sydney on 31 October.

At the Legal Tech Summit, five finalist start-ups will have three minutes to pitch and explain their solutions to a panel of judges and investors.

The winner will receive a $20,000 marketing campaign in Australasian Lawyer.

Entry is open to all individuals and new companies in Australia with legal tech solutions less than three years old.

The Legal Tech Summit is a leading event that brings together legal, technology and investment leaders to share innovative ideas and insights into the future of the industry.

Nominate now

 

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