There is no possibility of denying the arrival and subtle changes, some anticipated , some evident and some unforeseen, that the fourth industrial revolution has brought about in the legal industry. If you are still doubtful of same, research indicates that 45% of jobs can be automated and that at least 60% of any work performed by humans on a daily basis can be performed by AI.
The world is changing; businesses are more demanding, fee models are evolving, and new technologies are emerging. The pressure is on for law firms and legal businesses to operate more efficiently and effectively. Legal Innovation & Tech Fest creates a space where people can learn and explore the technology, ideas and innovations that are literally transforming the way law firms and in-house legal teams operate.
Attend an enlightening Master Session with the innovative Futures Law Faculty, in association with renowned legal futurist, Chrissie Lightfoot. If you thought you had time to prepare for the digital revolution, you would be wrong: it’s here, and you are living in it. Question is- are you ready for this rapidly changing new word?
Join well-known conveyancing specialist presenter, Allen West, for this indispensable overview of the latest developments in the conveyancing field. Amendments to legislation, recent case law and the resolutions taken at the 2018 Registrar’s Conference and their application to Conveyancing and Notarial practice and procedure, will be covered.
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Law@work, UCT Faculty of Law, is pleased to present a one-day course on artificial intelligence and Bitcoin, with legal insights from South Africa's only technology lawyer to collaborate with Google Inc. Launchpad.
The Commonwealth Law Conference is back to the African Continent and will be held for the first time in Zambia. It will be hosted from 8th to 12th April, 2019 in Livingstone, a city known for its natural beauty and the magnificent Victoria Falls.
The 21st SASLAW conference will be held on the 7th and 8th September at Century City Conference Centre in Cape Town. The 2nd African labour law conference will be held on the 6th September. SASLAW delegates are able to register from 4pm on the 6th September and attend the evening function on the 6th September.
Celebrating the people, technology, ideas and innovations that are literally transforming the way law firms and in-house legal teams operate.
The Associations’ flagship correspondence courses are open for the 2018 registration.
Jonathan Dingle (Senior Barrister, International Arbitrator and Mediator) will be returning to South Africa to present this popular and excellent training from the 2nd October to the 6th Octover 2017.
Advances in digital technology such as smartphones, tablets, laptops and desktop computers which enable employees to work at home and elsewhere are rapidly transforming the traditional model of work. The use of such technology has enabled employees to work ‘anywhere, anytime.’
This year, The South African Society for Labour Law (SASLAW) celebrates its 20th anniversary. We look back at the society’s illustrious history and the significant impact it has had in the labour law community in South Africa.
Bitcoin Events Pty Ltd hosted the inaugural Bitcoin & Blockchain Africa Conference in 2015 in Cape Town and its second conference in 2016 in Johannesburg. Both conferences were a huge success and were attended by international and local delegates.
The seminar is an authoritative annual update on developments in labour law. It deals with the state of labour law and the labour market generally, and covers key areas of importance to employers, trade unions and practitioners. These include ongoing strikes and strike violence, changes in patterns of trade union organisation and membership; the impact of changes to the law on labour broking and outsourcing; and litigation in the labour courts, including the review of arbitration awards.
#Unemployment Must Fall: Meeting the Challenges of a Labour Market in Crisis is the subject of the 29th Annual Labour Law Conference (ALLC), taking place at Emperors Palace – the conference’s new home – from 24 to 25 August 2016.