Harvard Professor David B. Wilkins Keynote Speaker at Lexpo’17

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17 March 2017


David B. Wilkins

David B. Wilkins, Harvard Professor

Lexpo – the legal innovation event – announced that Harvard Law School Professor David B. Wilkins will be one of the keynote speakers at Lexpo’17, taking place 8 & 9 May 2017 at the Park Plaza Schiphol Airport hotel in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.

Professor Wilkins is the Lester Kissel Professor of Law, Vice Dean for Global Initiatives on the Legal Profession, and Faculty Director of the Center on the Legal Profession and the Center for Lawyers and the Professional Services Industry at Harvard Law School. He is also a Senior Research Fellow of the American Bar Foundation and a Fellow of the Harvard University Edmond J. Safra Foundation Center for Ethics.

Rob Ameerun, organiser of the Lexpo events, commented: “Thanks to our friends at LegalBusinessWorld we are able to add Professor Wilkins to our already impressive list of speakers. We really look forward to Professor Wilkin’s presentation in May.”

Professor Wilkins teaches several courses including The Legal Profession, Legal Education for the Twenty-First Century, and Challenges of a General Counsel. In 2007, he co-founded Harvard Law School’s Executive Education Program, where he teaches in several courses including Leadership in Law Firms and Leadership in Corporate Counsel.

Other speakers include global legal market analyst Jordan Furlong, legal business operations specialist Ron Friedmann, technologist and law professor Daniel Katz and many more.

Lexpo’17 takes place on 8 & 9 May 2017 at a central location between Amsterdam and Schiphol International Airport (the Netherlands). During the two day-event the following themes will dominate the agenda:

  • Legal Market Development
  • Nurturing a Culture of Innovation
  • Legal Artificial Intelligence
  • Legal Marketing & Business Development



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