Symposium 2020 Speakers
Founder and Principle, InnoLegal Services, PLLC
Lucy is a legal industry expert, engaging in thought-leadership projects to drive change and evolution in the delivery of legal services. She is the founder of InnoLegal Services PLLC, a modern solution provider that offers legal advice and consults on operationalizing the practice of law. She works with law departments and law firms on innovating their legal service delivery and consumption models; and trains lawyers in innovative practices. Lucy specializes in all things contracting: resource allocation, automation, process optimization and smart risk-taking. Lucy is a strategy advisor for LawGeex, a cutting-edge AI legal tech start-up automating contract review services.
In her 13 years at Microsoft, where she ran an enterprise contracting solution, Lucy focused on complex and global outsourcing contracts and gained firsthand experience in legal outsourcing to assist her with high-volume contract transactions. She launched an innovative “managed services” engagement with law firms and actively worked on continuously improving the value received. In her time at Snowflake Inc., Lucy developed the legal operations function, launched eBilling and standardized the department rhythm of the business.
Prior to joining Microsoft, Lucy practiced law at Davis Wright Tremaine, LLP in Seattle, WA, focusing on commercial transactions and commercial bankruptcy. Lucy received her J.D and BA from the University of Houston in Houston, Texas, where she grew up, but has been living in the Seattle area since completing law school.
Lucy is a licensed member of the Washington state bar association, and was named to the National Law Journal list of Outstanding Women Lawyers, 2015. She is a frequent speaker on topics of legal services innovation, legal technology and legal process outsourcing.
Partner, Harman Claytor Corrigan & Wellman
Founder and CEO, Documate
Dorna Moini is the CEO and co-founder of Documate (www.documate.org), a no-code document automation platform that helps lawyers turn templates and forms into intelligent workflows. You can build your own legal applications with no code. Dorna is a former litigator at Sidley Austin, has a J.D. from USC Gould School of Law and a B.A from New York University. She currently teaches the Legal Innovations Lab at USC Law School.
Associate Director of Legal Technology, Access to Justice Lab at Harvard Law School
Founder and Executive Director, Lagniappe Law
He serves on the ABA Standing Committee on the Delivery Of Legal Services and the Board of Directors for the Global Legal Blockchain Consortium. Chad previously served on the Governing Board for ABA’s Center for Innovation, ABA Law Practice Division’s Council and as Chair of the Division’s Futures Initiative. He regularly speaks around the country on topics related to legal technology, virtual law practice and the future of the legal profession.
Chad has been quoted and published in publications like the ABA Journal, Inc., the Atlantic, and Entrepreneur Magazine. Chad was named to the Fastcase 50 list of global legal innovators in 2014 and received an award by ALM for the Most Innovative Use of Technology for Firm in 2012.
Managing Director, Fastcase Legal Research Platform
Managing Partner, Tingen & Williams
Jacob graduated from the University of Richmond School of Law and was accepted to the Virginia Bar in 2012. Less than 30 days after being admitted to the bar, Jacob launched his own legal practice. What began in a home office has quickly grown to a practice with multiple attorneys and staff serving thousands of clients throughout both the Commonwealth of Virginia and the broader world. Jacob has personally handled more than one thousand immigration matters ranging from family-based green cards, DACA, and deportation defense to business immigration matters such as H-1B and EB-5 visas. Jacob is also a principal of a recently designated EB-5 Regional Center, Utah Global Investments. As an extension of the firm’s immigration practice, Jacob has also led the firm in litigation over the detention and treatment of immigrants. Jacob currently teaches an Immigrant Rights practicum course as adjunct faculty at the University of Richmond School of Law.
In addition to immigration, Jacob helps businesses and non-profit organizations with issues ranging from branding, marketing, and trademark registration to business registration, management, and contractual matters. Jacob Tingen is the Managing Partner of Tingen & Williams.