Changing perceptions: Reaching lawyers through legal tech education


The LawTech Malaysia leads (from left) Chin, Daniel Lui, Melissa Shi Hui Lim and Jenna Huey Ching.

LawTech Malaysia aims to show lawyers the potential of legal tech through education and by connecting them to technologists via workshops and hackathons.

Last October, LawTech Malaysia’s hackathon drew a crowd of lawyers, students and programmers who were shuffled into groups to solve four problems: reducing overhead cost for law firms, increasing access to justice, improving communication among industry stakeholders, and cultivating innovative culture.

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