Synch’s Viveca Fallenius guest lecturing at Bond University, Sydney
On Friday October 13, (5.30-6pm AEDT), Viveca Fallenius is participating as a guest lecturer in the course Technology & Legal Practice at Bond University, Sydney, Australia. Matt Roach, legal counsel at Uber is the course coordinator. The topic of the guest lecture is “Law tech startups – doing law differently at Synch” and is held by video link. The course is exploring the ways in which the legal profession is changing.
Viveca´s comment: ”I’m excited to contribute to the curriculum of this highly relevant course by sharing my experience at Synch. Synch, being at the forefront of the legal tech development, is indeed a great example of how the profession is changing. I’m also looking forward to engage in a discussion with the students and learn about their expectations. Matt and I know each other from our studies at Stanford Law School, in the heart of Silicon Valley, and share a passion for innovation in the legal practice.”
You can find out more about the course here Bond University Program
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