Chrissie Lightfoot is co-founder and CEO of AI Tech Support Ltd (Robot Lawyer LISA) and the visionary and creator of LISA – the Legal Intelligence Support Assistant – the world’s first impartial AI lawyer. She heads up the company in researching and developing legal AI solutions for businesses and consumers. She is also CEO and founder of EntrepreneurLawyer Ltd, a global consulting business based in the UK specializing in the future of legal services, AI and robots in law, relationship `SocialHuman` sales, personal branding and preparing professionals and companies for the future. Chrissie is a prominent international legal figure.
She is an entrepreneur, a legal futurist, legaltech investor, writer, international keynote speaker, legal and business commentator (quoted periodically in the Financial Times, The Times, CNN and BQ), solicitor (non-practising), Honorary Visiting Fellow at the University of Westminster, School of Law, specialising in the research, theory and practice of AI and Robots in the legal ecosystem and author of best-seller The Naked Lawyer and Tomorrow`s Naked Lawyer. Chrissie is also an Entrepreneur Mentor at Law Without Walls; featured in Time Magazine, The Financial Times and Forbes.
In 2013 she was honoured as ‘Legal Professional of the Year 2013’ and a ‘Top 100 International Executive’ and was a Thought Leader and contributor in ILTA’s 2014 report ‘Legal Technology Future Horizons: Strategic Imperatives for the Law Firm of the Future’.
She is named in the 2015 list of the ‘World’s Top Female Futurists’ and LinkedIn as the No.1 best-connected & most engaged woman in the legal industry.
In 2017 EntrepreneurLawyer was selected by Feedspot as one of the Top 50 Entrepreneur Blogs, she was listed as one of the Top 10 Lawyer’s turned Entrepreneur in Entrepreneur magazine, made the shortlist as a finalist in the Enterprise Awards (billed as the oscars for technology entrepreneurs) and she became an advisor to the board of The Telegraph’s Digital Enterprise Network. This is a dedicated free community that aims to support executives re-imagining traditional business functions to increase productivity, reduce costs and enhance experience.E: [email protected]echsupport.co.uk M: 07793 510104