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Tech Adoption, Cybersecurity, and Professional Services Firms: 2020 Mid-Year Review

“To be prepared is half the victory” –Miguel de Cervantes. McKinsey published a report in May 2020: the competitive rankings of law firms often reshuffle after an economic downturn. How firms fare depends on their preparedness to cope with the changing market and their ability to help clients move forward. FortNynja E-Fintech School hosted a web …

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Machine learning and the challenges of digital transformation in the law

On May 29, 2020, I was invited by the Centre for Financial Regulation and Economic Development (CFRED), a research center of the Law Faculty of the Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) to present a webinar on “Machine learning and the challenges of digital transformation in the law.” Over 70 attendees joined the webinar, including legal …

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Hong Kong pegs US$58 million to rule of law project: An investment in the future of law?

As I heard the news about the new government budget pegged to the “Vision 2030 for Rule of Law” project, three questions floated in my mind: What does the rule of law of mean in this project? What does the rule of law look like in contemporary Hong Kong?  What are the implications on the …

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Launching InnotechLawHub.net and upcoming SME activity

Hub Banner The InnoTech Law Hub of the Law Society of Hong Kong (the “Hub“) is completing the innotechlawhub.net website. The Hub has revamped the webpages for the past hackathons and relevant events. The website will better serve the legal innovation community by providing a platform for coordination of activities and news sharing. Our continuing …

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