LegalTech Talks with Mark Beer OBE – was delivered live on 23 April 2020 at 4 pm BST.
“Law and justice in a Covid-22 world”
- The impact on law firms and barristers chambers financially and from a working practices point of view, and what they might do to adjust to a new normal
- The impact on in-house teams, and how they might adapt to be better at supporting their organisations
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Mark Beer OBE is Co-Founder of the University of Oxford’s Deep Technology Dispute Resolution Lab; Chairman of The Metis Institute; Former President of the International Association for Court Administration; Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Global Legal Action Network; a member of the Commercial Dispute Resolution Taskforce, part of the UK Government’s ‘LawTech Delivery Panel’; advisor to the Board of Resolve Disputes Online; a member of The Innovation Working Group of the Task Force on Justice focused on addressing United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goal 16.3; a Professional Associate with Outer Temple Chambers; a lawyer with Keystone Law and a member of the International Council of the Supreme Court of the Republic of Kazakhstan.
Previously he was Chief Executive of the Dubai International Financial Centre’s Dispute Resolution Authority; Registrar General and a Small Claims Tribunal judge of the DIFC Courts; and Registrar to the Dubai World Tribunal. Beer is also a Visiting Fellow of the University of Oxford; a member of the Advisory Council of Lady Margaret Hall; a Visiting Professor at Shanghai University of Political Science and Law; a member of the World Economic Forum’s Expert Network for the Justice sector and a legal commentator on China’s One Belt One Road Initiative.