Gordon Cassie is the CTO at Toronto-based Closing Folders, a platform that facilitates collaboration on corporate and commercial legal transactions. He has been coding for approximately a decade.
Richard Burnham is a solicitor at Ronald Fletcher Baker and has recently launched LegalTech project Eallium CMS. Eallium is a case management system designed to be a “firm in a box” that helps smaller firms to increase efficiency.
Stuart Whittle is Business Services and Innovation Director and equity partner at Weightmans LLP. He is a member of Weightmans’ Board and is responsible for the HR, IT, Risk and Compliance, Facilities and Business Change departments totalling around 170 people.
Taron Khajotia is the founder of Jus Eq (juseq.com), an early-stage mobile-optimised practise management suite for lawyers. He started learning to code 6 months ago when he couldn’t find the necessary business tools for Jus Eq from cloud-based, plug & play applications.
Andrew Darnton is a former commercial real estate lawyer, who now works at legal engineering business SYKE as a Consultant Automation and CLM Specialist. He helps law firms and businesses to procure and implement legal technology.
“Language is always evolving. Grammar changes slowly, but because humans keep inventing new things and our culture keeps moving forward, new vocabulary pops into existence on an almost weekly basis”, Richard Tromans writes for Legal Geek.
Vincenzo Lalli is the founder of LawyerLinguist.it, a network of legal professionals offering legal advice and translation services to non-Italian businesses and individuals in Italy. He started “messing with programming languages” five years ago.
Jacques Deguest is the co-founder & CEO of Angels, Inc, which supports entrepreneurs in Asia. He is a specialist in Japanese corporate law and provides legal services to the start-ups he supports. He can code in Perl, PHP, SQL (PostgreSQL, MySQL and Oracle), HTML, CSS and Java.