Technology and the 4.0 Revolution have generated a shift in the skillset required for market, industry, and professional practice. Certain skills become obsolete, while others that we might not be aware of, will become key success factors for professional transformation: flexibility and adaptation are now crucial. Is the mindset of the legal profession ready?
Speakers: Margaret Ioannides (US). JD and Master of Science in Foreign Service by Georgetown University Law Center. She worked as Attorney Advisor for the US Department of Justice, as Associate Dean of Strategy and Innovation for the Florida Coastal University, and currently as the Director of online LLM Programs for the University of Dayton School of Law, Ohio.
Daniel Santiago Acevedo Sánchez (Colombia), expert in technology and applied processes for the transformation of the provision of legal services in Latin America. He is a senior manager at EY Law Latin America North.
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