Daniel van Binsbergen is the CEO of Lexoo. Lexoo is Europe’s leading curated legal marketplace, having helped over 15,000 businesses and in-house legal teams easily source transparent, fixed fee quotes from the most talented boutique lawyers in over 30 countries. Daniel founded Lexoo after growing increasingly frustrated with the legal market’s lack of transparency, both in terms of quality and cost. Lexoo was awarded a Financial Times Legal Innovation Award and is backed by a number of prominent investors such as Forward Partners, 500 Startups and the Mayor of London’s Co-Investment Fund.
Liam helps general counsel and law firm leaders design and implement successful strategies to improve effectiveness and efficiency. In 2011 he launched Elevate as the business of law provider of strategy, operations, technology and talent for legal departments and law firms worldwide. Elevate has won numerous awards and honors, most recently ranking #53 on the 2016 Inc. 5000 Fastest Growing Private Companies list. Liam was previously the Founder, President and CEO of Integreon, Inc., a global LPO, which he led from startup in 2001 to annual sales of $150 million by 2011, before he sold his stake to private equity investors. Prior to Integreon, he was the President, COO and Co-Founder pioneering Web 1.0 virtual data room technology company, which he sold in 2001 (now Merrill DataSite). Liam is a frequent speaker at legal conferences and regularly publishes articles about trends in the legal sector. He is also an active investor in emerging technologies, and an executive coach for founders of startups.
Ken Grady is Adjunct Professor at Michigan State University College of Law and a member of the LegalRnD Faculty. Ken writes and speaks internationally about innovation and the future of law and business. He is a Fellow-Elect of the College of Law Practice Management, was named to the Fastcase 50, and honored by the Financial Times for innovative leadership. He is Medium Top 50 writer in innovation and editor and writer for The Algorithmic Society (Medium). Ken has been a consulting firm CEO, general counsel and executive for Fortune 1000 corporations, and was a major law firm partner.
Amy is the President of Integra Canada, which is involved in the day-to-day operation of the Integra Ledger “Blockchain for Law” and is part of the recently announced Global Legal Blockchain consortium. She is the global lead for the Integra Academic Alliance and is also a Program Lawyer with Osgoode Professional Development. She organizes Toronto Legal Hackers, one of the largest such groups in the world with nearly 1,000 members. Earlier in her career, she practiced law for 10 years, and she has published many articles and spoken to groups such as the World Council of Credit Unions, the Parliament of Canada, and the International Telecommunications Union. She is a graduate of Western University in London, Ontario, where she earned her LL.B and LL.M. degrees and is currently pursuing her Ph.D.
Noa is the Head of Business Development and Innovation at Yigal Arnon & Co., one of the leading full service law firms in Israel. She has overall responsibility for brand management, marketing, PR & communications, international strategy, new business and growth opportunities. Noa is also in charge of identifying and implementing new ways for the firm to continuously improve and excel in the practice of law and the business of law.
Prior to this position, Noa was the Chief Operating Officer of IATI – Israel Advanced Technologies Industries – Israel’s umbrella organization of the high-tech, life science and other advanced technology industries, where she gained vast knowledge of Israel’s vibrant high-tech ecosystem and its key stakeholders. Noa is also the co-founder of LegalTech IL, Israel’s legal tech community. She started her career as an associate at Yigal Arnon & Co., following which she proceeded to management and consulting positions in Israel and in Australia, where she gained extensive experience in strategic, business and organizational aspects of management.
Noa has an LLB from the Hebrew University in Jerusalem, and an MBA from Curtin University of Technology in West Australia.
Titus is founder of KorumLegal, a legal solutions firm in the Asia-Pacific region. He is a senior corporate and commercial lawyer with more than 15 years’ experience in private practice and in-house in listed companies (NASDAQ, FTSE and NZX) as well as a ‘unicorn’ start-up fintech and e-commerce company. Titus held a senior executive legal leadership role at Expedia Inc., and has led legal teams globally. His practice experience includes M&A, general commercial advisory and strategic risk and compliance across technology, media and digital.
Having been both in private practice and a general counsel in global technology companies, Titus increasingly recognised the need for innovation and disruption in the legal services space. This led to the launch of KorumLegal, a legal innovator in Asia Pacific providing bespoke legal solutions through people, process and technology – at a fraction of the cost of traditional law.
In 2013, he completed an Executive MBA in London where as part of a final business research project he explored ‘Value Innovation in Law – the Legal Services Industry in Change’ which was the catalyst for him venturing into his own legal start-up.
Prior to founding Kira Systems, Noah practiced at the law firm Weil, Gotshal & Manges in New York, where he focused on private equity, M&A, and securities. Noah is an expert on contract analysis, legal technology, and artificial intelligence; has spoken at conferences including SXSW interactive, ILTACON, and ReInvent Law; was named 2016 ILTA innovative Thought Leader of the Year; and is the author of Robbie the Robot Learns to Read, the world’s first ever children’s book on machine learning. Noah holds a J.D. from the NYU School of Law, and A.M. from Brown University, and a B.A. with honours from McGill University.