Ms. Dediashvili is FBC’s legal knowledge manager and her responsibilities include the firm’s collective legal knowledge and professional expertise...
Aileen Schultz is the director of network intelligence at Integra Ledger, a permissioned blockchain for the global legal industry...
As part of the Global Legal Hackathon, Israel participated in the country’s first legal hackathon which could herald positive change for the country’s legal industry. In this report from On The Road at the final round of the Global Legal Hackathon, host Aileen Schultz and guest Esther Dediashvili discuss raising awareness about the benefits of technology in Israel and the role the hackathon played in developing tangible solutions to the legal industry’s biggest problems. They also discuss a follow-up event that aims to keep the innovative energy active and what Esther’s looking for as a judge in the final round of the Global Legal Hackathon.
Esther Dediashvili is legal knowledge manager and head of legal technology implementation at Fischer Behar Chen Well Orion & Co (FBC & Co), one of the largest law firms in Israel.
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|Published:||April 21, 2018|
|Podcast:||On the Road|
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