Julian Uebergang of Neota Logic to speak on Artificial Intelligence in the Legal Profession panel at The Legal Forecast and Allens’ Integrating AI

Posted: 21 September 2017
By: Neota Logic

Brisbane, Australia—September 21, 2017: Julian Uebergang, Managing Director APAC of Neota Logic, creators of a leading artificial intelligence (AI)-driven platform for the intelligent automation of expertise, documents, and business processes, is speaking at Integrating AI  , an educational conference for legal professionals hosted by The Legal Forecast and Allens on September 26, 2017.

The Legal Forecast is a not–for–profit run by early–career professionals who are passionate about disruptive thinking and access to justice. They aim to advance legal practice through technology and innovation.

Allens is an international law firm with offices throughout Australia and Asia. Allens has some of the world’s longest ongoing client relationships, stretching back more than 150 years. They work with many of the world’s leading organizations – including 55 of the world’s top 100 companies and more than 75 of Australia’s top 100 companies. Whether you’re a global multinational or a suburban-based company with a bright idea, their commitment to providing excellent service remains the same: combining technical excellence with commercial insight to provide the clearest of answers.

Julian will speak on the “Artificial Intelligence in the Legal Profession,” panel, a discussion designed to focus on practical matters associated with implementing AI-based solutions into law firms.

In August Neota Logic sponsored the ‘Disrupting Law’ hackathon, which was also hosted by The Legal Forecast, where Julian had been invited to serve as a judge.

Also in August, Allens, a Neota Logic client, won the Innovative Project of the Year Award for its Real Estate Due Diligence App (REDDA) at the 2017 International Legal Technology Association Conference (ILTACON).

For a private demo of the Neota Logic platform and/or to see applications in action, please request a demo