2018 & beyond? Blazing a trail…

Posted on January 11th, 2018 by Chrissie Lightfoot

This interview (my first in 2018) was first published in Womanthology on January 10th, 2018, issue 92 Future Focus, and edited by the fabulous Fiona Tatton. In this issue, Womanthogoy rounded up (quoting Fiona) “a group of super-awesome women who have interesting things to say about the future.” Fiona gathered the stories from “an epic roll-call of women from tech, medicine, architecture, film, science, engineering, law, insurance, psychology and more.” Their stories are remarkable, entertaining, inspiring and motivating. I feel truly honoured and blessed to be included in this special edition, to share my professional journey with (and for) women (who are, or aspire to be) in tech / business / law, in the hope to inspire those who read it to reach for the stars. Fiona shares my story here:

Why women in legaltech should go where no man or woman has been before and blaze a trail – Chrissie Lightfoot, Co-founder, Director and CEO of Robot Lawyer LISA.

Chrissie Lightfoot is co-founder, director and CEO of Robot Lawyer LISA, where she heads up strategy, research and development, as well as business development for artificial intelligence application legal contract solutions for businesses and consumers. Chrissie is a legal futurist, author, speaker and adviser, as well as an investor in artificial intelligence in the legaltech space. In 2015 Chrissie was named as one of the world’s top female futurists, she won the AI 2017 Legal Award for best legal professional coaching company and was appointed as an advisor to the board of The Telegraph’s Digital Enterprise Network.

Read the interview HERE

What I have shared in this interview provides a clue about what is coming up next with LISA and the team. Whatever we do, it will be customer-led together with technology-led and ultimately mankind-led.




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