11:10-12:00 CET | Panel One: Leading the way to global equality in access to the law with AI
In 2015, the United Nations set 17 goals for global sustainable development, to comprehensively address the three areas of development: the social, the economic, and the environmental. These goals are to be met by 2030, as the world shifts to a sustainable development path.
Achieving these goals will require the concerted efforts of people all around the world. Currently, nearly 90% of people on Earth who live below the poverty line do not receive any meaningful help when faced with important civil legal issues. The reasons for this are many and intricate and make legal services some of the most expensive and hard-to-access services in the world. Today, advances in science and technology offer new solutions: AI allows clients to seek assistance in a self-help manner and allows lawyers to reach a wider range of clients
Mr Dominik Gałkowski (Poland), Managing Partner at Kubas Kos Gałkowski.
Mr Aureliano Gonzalez-Baz (Mexico), Managing Partner at Bryan.
Ms Olga Tsiptse (Greece), LL.M., Lawyer Accredited to the Supreme Court of Greece and Mediator, Arbitrator Accredited by the Ministry of Justice of Greece, and GDPR Data Protection Officer at the Deutsche Schule Thessaloniki.
Ms Alessandra Nascimento S. F. Mourão (Brazil), Founding Partner at Nascimento e Mourão – Sociedade de Advogados.
Mr Ebrahim Lakhi (Barbados), Executive Committee Member at the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators Caribbean Branch.
Mr Paweł Sikora (Poland), Warsaw Office Managing Partner at Kubas Kos Gałkowski.
Dr Xiangxia Li (China), Partner at Kangda Law Firm.