From the Corner Office to a Shared Working Space: Taking the Start-Up Plunge later in your Career
10.45 to 11.ooam | Maia Room
Michael Pattison is the founder of ContractProbe, a machine learning tool to review draft legal contracts. He was previously a partner at a top tier Australian legal firm. While working as a technology lawyer Michael formed the idea of using artificial intelligence to help lawyers work more efficiently. At ALTACON, Michael will share some of the key lessons he has learned on his start-up journey.
Michael is on the Boards of the Australian Legal Technology Association and the Victorian Society for Computers and Law and is a Senior Fellow at the University of Melbourne, where he lectures each year on Start-Up Law. In addition to his law degree, Michael has a Master of Applied Science from RMIT, where he did his thesis on an application of artificial intelligence to law.