3-day bootcamp on building an international career in TECHNOLOGY LAW
3-day bootcamp on building an international career in TECHNOLOGY LAW
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Your favourite hosts with truckloads of sector-specific and coaching experience in their kitty are back!
Do you sometimes feel that the growth opportunity in traditional areas of law practice is limited? Do you want to specialise in areas which are going to be pandemic-resistant?
Do you sometimes feel a stagnation in your career and want to explore working in high-growth areas which will dominate the future?
Does technology law excite you? Do you fancy building your career as a lawyer by working with global technology giants, or fast-growing Silicon Valley and domestic technology startups?
Do you want to know how a lawyer can cater to the legal needs of organisations working in domains such as cryptocurrency, Artificial Intelligence, blockchain, e-commerce, or the Software as a Service (SaaS) industry?
Technology law is one of the most important emerging areas for big law firms, for boutique law firms and for independent practitioners who want to build a name for themselves, and the market will become sophisticated in the next 5 - 10 years.
Join us for a 3-day bootcamp on BUILDING AN INTERNATIONAL CAREER IN TECHNOLOGY LAW from 11th-13th December 2021, 6-9 pm Indian Standard TimeREGISTER NOW
Don’t be misled by these three myths:
Don’t let the following myths stop you
- #1: Tech Law is the sum-total of the Information Technology Act, Rules, Notifications, Amendments and case laws - the scope for a lawyer appears to be very limited in the sector.
- #2: You need a degree in science, or engineering, or background in computers to understand and excel in tech-law.
- #3: Lawyers from India and developing countries in Asia and Africa can only work for clients in their local jurisdiction and cannot work for foreign startups in the Silicon Valley, Tel Aviv, Berlin or US law firms as they are not qualified to practice law in those jurisdictions.
Day wise focus
What are the opportunities in technology law for young lawyers and why this practice area is growing exponentially now
Step by step roadmap for you to secure various global opportunities in technology law - remote freelance work, in-house positions and law firm jobs
How to reach out to startups in the Silicon Valley and elsewhere and help them with their legal needs
We have helped more than 1000 people secure internships, jobs, client opportunities and freelance work during the pandemic.
(March 2020- May 2021)
Who should attend:
Lawyers who are:
- Interested in building a career in technology laws - you can work in the technology practice of Big Law Firms or in boutique law firms, or in tech companies.
- Interested in working in in-house legal teams of Big Technology companies and fast growing tech startups in Silicon Valley, India, or elsewhere.
- Looking to pursue international LLM soon.
- Stuck in dead end jobs that pay less and make you work too much.
- Not finding a job due to bad job market in the pandemic.
- Dreaming of a legal career in the USA or UK.
- Young lawyers looking to work in research roles or in policy teams of public and private sector organizations.
- Litigators who want to cater to the legal needs of the technology industry.
- Company secretaries and accountants who want to provide additional high-value services to their clients around technology laws
Some of the topics that we will discuss
- What is technology law work all about? How is the growth in the technology industry creating more opportunities for lawyers?
- What are the specific industries that have a huge demand for tech lawyers and how to work for/ with such industries?
- What are the top technology law firms and what kind of work do they perform?
- What kind of work do lawyers do in big tech companies like Google, Amazon, Facebook, etc.?
- How much do tech lawyers earn in the USA? Is it possible for Indian lawyers to land these jobs?
- Is tech law a good choice for lawyers who want an international career?
- How lawyers can build a tech law practice step-by-step in a very short period of time?
- How to get a job as an in-house counsel in a tech company?
- How to be recruited by top notch global law firms as a tech lawyer?
- How to diversify into technology law work if your practice is in traditional areas?
- How to get, retain and handle high profile clients with tech-legal needs?
- How much can you earn as a tech lawyer in law firms, in-house roles and by performing freelance remote paralegal work
- What are the most in-demand tech-law skills that you should learn to shine as a tech lawyer?
- What are the most important tech contracts that you should learn to draft?
- How Emerging Technology regulation is creating unprecedented opportunities for lawyers?
- Is technology law relevant for IP lawyers? What do they need to learn about it?
- What opportunities do litigators have in the area of technology law?
- How can law students prepare for opportunities in technology law?
See what the participants have to say about our earlier bootcamps
Dear Ramanuj Sir,
I am a law graduate working as an Associate for a Boutique IP Law Firm. I had recently attended LawSikho's International IP Law Bootcamp and was really inspired by your motivation to utilise freelance platforms like Upwork. You had also mentioned how it is important to start doing something instead of merely thinking about it. I had followed your advice and submitted a profile on Upwork. The same was however not accepted. I did not lose any hope, and started researching on how to modify my profile so that the Upwork platform accepts the same. After working on it a couple of days, I had uploaded a fresh profile description and the same was approved. This gave me a sense of achievement. I then started exploring the different kinds of work available and started submitting proposals. After submitting about 6 proposals, 2 of them had invited me for an interview. The first one unfortunately did not choose to select me for the job, maybe because of the lack of testimonials and reviews on my profile, but the second client asked me if I was available for a Skype call. We fixed it for an appropriate time for the both of us, 9am for him, 6:30pm for me.
He needed certain advice regarding Medical Law in India. Even though I was not so aware of the same, I trusted my research skills and started working on the work. The job was only for $50 but I focused on the work as I was aiming for good feedback. The Skype call went so good that the Client had revoked the previous job and sent me an offer for $100. He also mentioned that he did not expect so much information from me and that the other two candidates he had interviewed before me had given him advice which was against their plan of action. I was not only able to prove the other candidates wrong but was able to give the client complete confidence that he could rely upon my research, information and advice.
A month ago, even though I had ample work from my workplace, I was still feeling that I was wasting a lot of time. But I'm glad that I attended the Bootcamp because LawSikho has shown me the perfect direction to utilise my time in the most efficient manner. I will be forever indebted to you and Abhyuday Sir. I am also hoping to enroll into the International IP Law Course soon too.
Thank you very much for sharing your knowledge with us!
Oh, what a boot camp!! Informative, impactful, brilliant. Within this limited amount of time, I learned so much. Maybe I didn't gather this much knowledge in the last 6 months. Attending this boot camp is one of the best decisions I made in my career.
What I learned today at the end of day 3-
1. How to draft a US-law compliant technology transfer agreement.
2. How to draft a DMCA counter-notice.
3. How to draft a response to a USPTO office action.
Ramanuj Mukherjee and Abhyuday Agarwal Thank you so much for helping me enriching my knowledge and skill set in the IP field.
I had a mind blowing session and my mindset just had a positive shift to amazing global opportunities available to lawyers and law students.
Here are my few takes during the 1st session;
1. Remote work generally has come to stay and this already has implications on the future of legal service delivery globally.
2. To access global opportunities /jobs as a lawyer, focus on legal services that can be exported.
Looking forward to day 2 of this BOOTCAMP!
During the lockdown, I have attended many webinars and Bootcamps. I have always believed in quality over quantity but here in LawSikho it's "QUALITY & QUANTITY". They are true geniuses in what they are doing. Ramanuj Mukherjee sir is a real Law Ninja and Abhyuday Agarwal is very helpful even during webinar he tries to resolve all the doubts. You guys are doing amazing work. Keep doing it and looking forward to a lot of learning from you guys.
It was a great session very informative.
-Learned about the Remote work and about their future growth.
-Job opportunities in abroad eg. USA
- Provided knowledge regarding practicing as paralegals and introduced to softwares that can be used for working.
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