Keynote Speaker

Chrissie Lightfoot – one of the world’s Leading Legal Futurists…

* named in the ABA (American Bar Association’s) Law Technology Resource Center’s Women of Legal Tech 2018 list (a distinction reserved for 25 stand-out women throughout the world in tech and law);
* named in the National Law Journal’s (USA and UK) 2018 Inaugural List of Legal AI Leaders (an exclusive list of 49 global entrepreneur/company trail-blazers);
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winner of the AI 2018 Leading Advisor Awards for Leading Sales and Legal Coach of the Year, UK;
* winner of the AI 2017 Legal Awards for best legal professional coaching company;
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named in the 2015 list of the ‘World’s Top Female Futurists’;
* named LinkedIn No.1 best-connected & most engaged woman in the legal industry, 4th in all sectors, 2015;
* International Top 100 Executive and Legal Professional of the year 2013.

“I think what you are doing (with Robot Lawyer LISA) is bloody genius. I really think that you are onto a winner and I loved hearing you speak at Datscha. It was really inspiring!”
Charlotte Dove McCarthy, Commercial Director, Infabode, UK.

“Great speaker, industry maverick, and person!”
Mark A. Cohen, CEO Legal Mosaic and Forbes columnist, USA.

“Thought provoking and extremely pertinent in the current climate , this keynote address by Chrissie Lightfoot was thoroughly riveting. I think everyone attending found the passion and knowledge she brought to the theme extremely involving. All in all, brilliant, thanks once again to Talbots for the organisation and presentation of a great innovator! Brilliant! … incisive and prescient!
John Lowe, Consultant at the Lowe Consultancy, UK.

“An inspiring talk from Chrissie Lightfoot this afternoon. A true legal futurist and also someone who is putting into practice what she  preaches!”
Dylan Hawkey, Seasonal Clerk at Steinepreis Paganin, Perth, Australia.

“Totally engrossed by her closing keynote talk… A fantastic way to cap off The Law Society of NSW inaugural FLIP conference!”
Cullen Haynes, Asset Finance Specialist, Sydney, Australia.

“I’ve been following your articles for a few years. They are a pleasure to read… AI will make the industrial revolution look small. Your insights have been way ahead of the game. Many people will be thanking you in years to come. Keep up your great work.”
Darren Kelly, Founder, The Hot Word, UK.

The conference was a huge success. We wouldn’t have been able to achieve this without your support and the stellar speaking performance that you delivered during your panel and keynote!”
Martina Ludvigova, Strategic Membership Manager, The Law Society of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia.

“Many thanks for the brilliant speech this afternoon in Zurich. You are a game-changer!”
Erik Erismann, Attorney at law, Schellenberg Wittmer Ltd, Zurich, Switzerland. 

“Your work in legal tech is a real inspiration!
Nicholas Marouchak, Director & Founder at MKI Legal, Australia.

“Many thanks Chrissie for your excellent speech. It set the scene perfectly for a day of challenging the status quo, exploring what the future might hold for the profession at large and thinking about how we can embrace new technologies such as AI to ensure our lawyers continue to prosper and flourish”
Rolland Keane, Business Development Director, Penningtons Manches, UK and USA.

“We have heard that Chrissie Lightfoot’s speech at the Norwegian Bar Association before summer was brilliant. Would it be possible for you to give a similar lecture at our conference?”
Michael Rummelhoff, Norwegian Lawyers Association, Norway.

“Chrissie isn’t just an outstanding professional; she’s a visionary, with a remarkable expertise in legal tech. Her speech at my company’s ‘Legal Talks’ event was just striking (for lack of a better adjective), and her vision and knowledge are noteworthy. In short: an amazing person, and a wondrous professional!”
Fabio Augusto Costa Abrahao, Tikal Tech, Brazil.

One of the most insightful experts on the future of the legal market! She has the ability to “wake up” the listeners with an eloquent description of the past, the present and the future… (she) truly engaged the listeners with her vast knowledge of the Legal industry.”
Knut-Magnar Aanestad, Chief Knowledge Officer and Head of Information Technology at Schjodt Law Firm, Norway.

“Wow!! What an amazing presenter… practical, fun, hands onDo not miss the opportunity to hear what Chrissie has to say and engage her services for your people.  It is a very worthwhile investment!!
Trish Greenwood, General Manager, Malley & Co Lawyers, Christchurch, New Zealand.

“I am thrilled each time I find out that Chrissie will be speaking at an event I am attending. It’s so refreshing to listen to a speaker who actual knows what she’s talking about having been at the coal face and actually practiced successfully what she preaches. Her passion for combining innovative technologies within the legal profession is testament to her inquisitive forward thinking nature.  Wherever Chrissie speaks, she will always impart nuggets of wisdom which are yours for the taking.” 
Paula Fowler, Managing Partner, Fisher Jones Greenwood LLP, England.

Brilliant and inspiring speaker…”
Bartlomiej Zwardon, conference interpreter/translator polish-spanish-english, Poland.

… she wooed and wowed the audience with devastating effect!  She is a huge draw for attendees. We were delighted with her significant contribution.”
Larry Fenelon, Managing Partner, Leman Solicitors, Ireland.

“So impressed by @TheNakedLawyer for the great job moderating all of #lexpo16 Amsterdam as well as making the fantastic opening presentation. Amazing!”
Virtual Intelligence, Sweden.

“I contracted Chrissie to chair the first edition of Lexpo – the legal innovation event and to deliver a keynote. Chrissie did a fabulous job, not only during the event but also running up to the event. The keynote was very insightful and though-provoking. Chrissie also led the panel discussions and was able to stimulate not only the panel members, but also involve the audience. A job very well done, thanks a million Chrissie!”%

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