Legal Hacker Delhi Chapter Relaunched Again


New Delhi, India – The Legal Hacker community in New Delhi met to relaunch
its chapter with the joint efforts of Opinio Legal and Ardraas- an online dispute
resolution platform. The relaunch event was held at Ardraas’s premises at
Hans Bhawan, Bahadur Shah Zafar Marg on 14th April and among others it
Rohit Kumar, Supreme Court lawyer and partner of Opinio Legal, Nitya Bansal,
founder of Adraas, Abhishek Gupta, faculty at Law School Jamia Hamdard
University, and Tanya Sharma, tech lawyer and data officer at Idemia.

Legal Hackers is a global movement of lawyers,
policymakers, designers, technologists, and academics who explore and
develop creative solutions to some of the most pressing issues at the
intersection of law and technology. Through local meetups, hackathons, and
workshops, Legal Hackers spot issues and opportunities where technology can
improve and inform the practice of law and where law, legal practice, and
policy can adapt to rapidly changing technology. Through its various initiatives,
the community aims to drive policy discourse and create new opportunities for

The relaunch of the New Delhi chapter is an important event for the Legal
Hacker community in India. Opinio Legal and Adraas are committed to
supporting the community’s growth and development, and are working
together to create a vibrant and engaged network of legal professionals and
technology enthusiasts.

“We are excited to relaunch the New Delhi chapter of the Legal Hacker
community in collaboration with Adraas. The community provides a platform
for legal professionals to engage with the latest technological developments,
and we look forward to seeing the innovative solutions that emerge from this
community,” said Rohit Kumar, partner at Opinio Legal.
Nitya Bansal, founder of Adraas, added, “Over the last few years, technology

has significantly transformed and continues to transform the legal industry,
and the Legal Hacker community is at the forefront of this transformation. We
are thrilled to be a part of this community and to support its growth in India.”
The relaunch event included discussions on topics such as online dispute
resolution, importance and challenges of data protection regulations, overview
of legal technology, and the future of the legal industry. The event was
well-attended by legal professionals, technology experts, and entrepreneurs,
and provided an excellent opportunity for participants to network and share

Opinio Legal and Adraas are committed to supporting the Legal Hacker
community in India and look forward to working together to drive innovation
and create new opportunities for the legal industry.
It is open for all, and if anyone is interested in attending programs or
collaborations may contact Nitya or Rohit on [email protected],
[email protected] .

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