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President, Society for Computers and Law
Professor Richard Susskind OBE is President of the Society for Computers and Law, Technology Adviser to the Lord Chief Justice of England and Wales, and Chair of the Advisory Board of the Oxford Internet Institute. He is the author of numerous bestsellers, including The End of Lawyers? (OUP, 2008) and Tomorrow's Lawyers (OUP, 2nded., 2013). His latest book, Online Courts and the Future of Justice (OUP) is published in November 2019. His work has been translated into more than 15 languages, and he has been invited to speak in over 50 countries. In the mid-1980s, he wrote his doctorate in AI and law at Oxford University.
President of the Curia of Hungary
President of the National Office for the Judiciary
CEO at Lexoo
Daniel van Binsbergen is CEO at Lexoo. Lexoo is a NewLaw provider, enabling in-house lawyers to work with vetted former 'big law' lawyers from a global, trusted network that spans 65+ countries, saving roughly 50% compared to traditional firms.
Global Innovation Consultant - Innovation Lead, Wolters Kluwer
Zsuzsa Detrekői is a TMT lawyer. She was the general counsel of major Hungarian online content provider origo.hu. Currently she is legal counsel of a major ISP in Hungary. She also provides legal support for the Association of Hungarian Content Providers. Her research area is online content and internet related regulations about what she wrote her thesis on and achieved PhD in 2016.
Research fellow at the Institute of Information Society of the National Public Service University of Hungary
Kinga Sorbán is a research fellow at the Institute of Information Society of the National Public Service University of Hungary, her main research topics are platform regulation and content related cybercrime. Until June 2018 she was the delegate of the National Media and Infocommunications Authority responsible for representing the Authority’s standpoint related to media regulation in the European Union and international organizations. She graduated as a lawyer from Eötvös Loránd University in 2013 and received an LL.M. title as a lawyer specialized in ICT from the University of Pécs.
IT security pre-sales team leader, Invitech
Ferenc Vaspöri’s career started as a System engineer at the only Hungarian established antivirus software developing company called Vírubuster. From 2012 he continued his career at the vendor-neutral NewCo Kft. where as an information security consultant he got acquainted with numerous Hungarian IT security problems and challenges. With all his experience currently he is the IT security expert of Invitech overseeing many projects and still dealing with all the customers’ challenges and queries.
Head of Account Management, Luminance
Clementine is Head of Account Management at Luminance, the leading artificial intelligence platform for the legal profession. Clementine is responsible for managing and overseeing Luminance’s clients across the globe (now numbering over 170), as well as leading adoption and strategic planning for implementation of the platform. She was admitted as a solicitor (not currently practicing) in the Supreme Court of Queensland, Australia in 2016.
Assistant professor at the National University of Public Service (NKE) at the Department of public communication
He is a regulatory expert with 9 years experience in the fields of telecommunications and media regulation. Beyond his Hungarian law degree, he obtained his legal diploma (LL.M) also in France with specialization in the field of telecommunications and space law. He also holds an MBA degree (Université Lyon 3). He wrote his doctoral thesis (legal science) on the role of online gatekeepers in the access to information. He is author of 30+ scientific papers in the field of infocommunications.
He was regulatory expert and project manager for 5 years of National Infocommunications Authority of Hungary and mandated expert of the BEREC’S expert working groups on net neutrality and over-the-top services. Later, he has been director of finance and legal affairs of a Hungarian medium size company.
Head of Legal Analytics Product Development for Wolters Kluwer’s Legal & Regulatory division
He spent most of his career working at the intersection of natural language, technology and product development. Working with translation systems in the 90’s, he then spent most of the next 20 years working with information workflows, text-mining, NLP and machine-learning, applied to the legal information supply chain, driving organizational, process and product innovation.In his various roles, Vincent ran global consulting operations, program management, marketing, sales and product development. Since 2007, Vincent helps Wolters Kluwer legal publishing businesses and teams around Europe and North America think through their operational and strategic challenges, define their digital transformation goals and deliver innovation to the market.Since 2018, his current mission is to bring the first generation of global, analytics-driven legal information solutions to Wolters Kluwer markets. He currently leads a multidisciplinary international team of about 40 legal and technology experts with the goal to reduce uncertainty in how lawyers interact with the courts.
Territory Channel Manager Small and Medium Business, Microsoft
Experienced Sales Manager with a demonstrated history of working in the Small and Medium Businesses segment of the computer software industry and developing the Cloud IT market with channel partners. Skilled in Solution Selling, Cloud Computing, Persuasive Pre-sales and Sales Presentations. Strong marketing professional with also 2 years of demonstrated history of working as a Modern Workplace (Office 365) Product Marketing Manager. Working history completes with additional international Telecommunications market experience, graduated as Master of Science (MSc) focused in International Economics and Business from Corvinus University of Budapest.
Rector and professor of the National University of Public Service
Dr. András Koltay has been a lecturer at Pázmány Péter Catholic University Faculty of Law and Political Sciences in Budapest, Hungary since 2002. In 2018 he was appointed as professor of law. From 2018, he is the rector and professor of the National University of Public Service.He received LL.M. degree in public law at the University College London in 2006, and PhD degree in law at the Pázmány Péter Catholic University in 2008. He attended the human rights course of the International Institute of Human Rights in Strasbourg in 2003. His principal research has been concerned with freedom of speech, personality rights and media regulations, but he also deals with other constitutional questions. He is the author of more than 300 publications, and numerous monographs on freedom of speech; in English: Freedom of Speech – the Unreachable Mirage (Wolters Kluwer 2013), The Troubled Relationship between Religions and the State. Freedom of Expression and Freedom of Religion (Whitelocke 2017) and New Media and Freedom of Expression (Hart 2019). He was a speaker in more than 100 conferences in several countries. Since 2010 he has been a member of the Media Council, the authority which supervises the functioning of the media system.
Systems Engineer, Fortinet
10+ years’ solution selling and consulting engineering experience in the Tier 1 Service Providers and the biggest technology vendors, high-growth, high-tech companies. Customer focused, entrepreneurial spirit, flexible, fast learner. Effective at all levels from technical up to C level. Passionate about the business strategy and cybersecurity with strong engineering background, able to capture market trends, Customer challenges and convert them into solutions, opportunities. Energetic, inspirational person with international experiences, good presentation skills, covering EMEA sales region. Strategy and execution.
Media specialist and research fellow
János Tamás Papp, media specialist and research fellow at the Institute for Media Studies of the National Media and Infocommunications Authority, lecturer at Pázmány Péter Catholic University. He graduated from the Law Faculty of Pázmány, where he finished his PhD studies in 2019. His main research fields are freedom of expression and media law, and issues related to freedom of expression on social networking sites.
Owner at Homoki Law Firm
Peter Homoki works exclusively in IT and telecommunications related issues since graduation as a lawyer in 2000, and has a postgraduate diploma in regulatory matters (Lawyer specialised in legislative drafting). He served as the chairman of the IT Law Committee of the Council of European Bars and Law Societies (CCBE) 2012-2018, and the IT commissioner of the Hungarian Bar Association until 2019. He is a delegate to the Hungarian Bar Association.
As a lawyer, Péter has considerable work experience in IT related sourcing, outsourcing and regulatory matters, especially in banking and finance, and is a leading expert in Hungary in eIDAS and e-government services related matters. Péter also has extensive skills as an IT developer in the legaltech field, having coded and released a number of solutions for lawyers in .NET (VSTO, Sharepoint) and in the document assembly solutions. He has worked with numerous Hungarian large law firms in different position as a senior lawyer (PwC, CMS Cameron McKenna, Lakatos, Köves and Társai).
Partner at Szecskay Attorneys at Law, an independent Hungarian law firm with international clients
Orsolya is a partner at Szecskay Attorneys at Law, an independent Hungarian law firm with international clients. She is based in Budapest and specializes in international transactions, M&A, corporate and commercial law. She is also active as a mediator.
She served in 2015-2016 as the President of AIJA, the International Association of Young Lawyers, the only global association of lawyers aged 45 and below. During her presidency, she represented young lawyers in 39 cities at events organized by various international and national law organizations, promoting intercultural communication and international professional experience. In 2016 she led the AIJA team in charge of the joint CCBE/AIJA survey project on the future of the legal profession. Currently she is vice-president of the Skills, Career, Innovation, Leadership and Learning (SCILL) Commission of AIJA. She was a member of the International Bar association's Presidential Task Force on the Future of Legal Services, and is an ambassador of ELTA, the European Legal Technology Association. She has a degree in organizational development and supervision/coaching. Since November 2018 Orsolya is secretary of the Budapest Bar Association in charge of foreign relations.
Orsolya is a regular speaker and – being an active member of Toastmasters International - enjoys delivering talks at various conferences to provoke interest and thoughts on various subjects that she feels particularly passionate about, such as the future of the legal profession and services, the lawyers’ role in person to person diplomacy, the advancement of women in leadership positions, or the challenges of cross-cultural communication and negotiations.
Head of the Copyright Department at the Hungarian Intellectual Property Office, researcher at the Information Society Research Institute of the National University of Public Service.
He graduated at the Faculty of Law of the University of Pécs in 2006, then worked as a junior attorney at different law firms specialised in civil law matters. From 2011 he worked as a Special Advisor at the European Union Legal Department of the Ministry of Public Administration and Justice. In 2011 he graduated as an Infocommunication Law Specialist. Since 2014, he has been leading the Copyright Department of the Hungarian Intellectual Property Office. He is the author of several publications on copyright law, member of the Editorial Board of the Industrial Property and Copyright Review, and Board Member of the Copyright Expert Body. From spring 2019, he is vice chairing the Standing Committee on Copyright and Related Rights of the Geneva based World Intellectual Property Organisation. From February 2019, he is a researcher at the Information Society Research Institute of the National University of Public Service. His main research areas are related to copyright uses carried out on the Internet.
Microsoft Division Leader, HRP Europe Kft.
Assistant Professor at University of Pécs, Faculty of Law
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