Event Overview

Join our second online webinar dedicated to AIJA collective members on Thursday 19 October at 15 CEST about AI for lawyers – benefits, pitfalls and how to rule them all.

Our Legal Tech Board and SCILL Commission are joining forces to bring to all collective (and individual) members a 3-webinar series dedicated to AI and how to make the most of it in your legal profession, irrespective whether you are a solo practitioner, part of a big or small corporate law firm or a representative of a bar association. What are the direct and indirect benefits of this buzz tech, what to look out for and how to implement it in your daily work life – all lies ahead in our webinars. 

The first webinar will be an introductory session highlighting the most popular tools, use cases and opportunities followed by a live Q&A session, so roll up your sleeves and ask our speakers your most intriguing questions. Please come with your questions ready – our speakers are born for challenges! You can send your questions in advance to our Bar Relations Coordinator, Radina Tomanova, here

Speakers of the session will be: Thomas Seeber, Daniel Lucey, Iga Kurowska and Al-Karim. 

If you are not an AIJA member, but this description speaks to you, feel free to register – the webinar is open for everyone.


Dr. Thomas Seeber is a lawyer with many years of experience in Legal Tech, also as a partner in renowned law firms in Vienna, Innsbruck and London. He has specialized in real estate law, banking and finance, capital markets and corporate law and, in particular, New Technologies and Legal Tech. Dr. Thomas Seeber has put his experience in Legal Tech into practice as the founder of Realestate8 Technologies GmbH, for which he has received numerous awards. He is an expert in the application of technology and digital solutions in the field of law and gives numerous lectures on the subject. With his training at the MIT Sloan School of Management on AI and its implications for business strategies, he has extensive knowledge of the latest technological developments and how they can be used to make legal processes more efficient and cost-effective.
Daniel Lucey is a senior associate at leading Irish commercial law firm McCann FitzGerald and specialises in product liability litigation. Daniel is a member of the Technology Committee of the Law Society of Ireland and recently completed an LL.M. degree on the impact of technology on the legal profession.


Iga Kurowska is a French qualified lawyer who, a few years ago, decided to switch her career into legal tech and legal innovation. After 2,5 years as Head of Innovation and Legaltech at a Spanish law firm, she has just joined Karnov Group Region South, a Scandinavian legal information provider, to lead innovation within their recently acquired companies in France, Spain and Portugal.  She is also the Founder of the independent educational platform Legaltech Academy. She is a visiting professor at a number of European universities, such as Sorbonne Law School, and a contributor to a number of legaltech courses all over Europe.


Al advises on optimising the practice of law through automation, analytics and artificial intelligence. He is a solicitor of the Senior Courts of England and Wales and an EU data privacy expert certified by the IAPP. Prior to his move into the legal tech space, he was a senior disputes practitioner in the London and Hong Kong offices of Stephenson Harwood. Al lectures at various academic institutions and contributes to leading industry bodies – like the ICC, IBA and ArbTech in a speaking or advisory capacity. He was recently appointed as a Sector Specialist to the UK Government’s LawTech Project - a joint venture between the Ministry of Justice and Department of Trade and Industry. Lastly, Al-Karim has authored a chapter on disintermediation and dematerialisation of legal process in Kluwers Law’s 2023 text book on International Arbitration.


AIJA Commissions involved
  • Skills, Career, Innovation, Leadership and Learning (SCILL)

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