20 June 2016

London | ZICO Law Chairman, Chew Seng Kok, Speaks on Innovation at Financial Times/RSG Innovative Lawyers Summit | 21 June 2016

Chew Seng Kok, ZICO Law Chairman, will be speaking at a session during the upcoming Financial Times/RSG Innovative Lawyers Summit on 21 June 2016 in London.

Modelled after the early ‘Davos’ meetings, the event is organized by Financial Times in partnership with RSG Consulting, the legal strategy firm and the FT’s long-term research partner on the Innovative Lawyers programme and the Harvard Law School Centre on the Legal Profession.

With an expected attendance of 200 legal innovators and business commentators, the prestigious summit aims to capture and perpetuate the spirit of ideas exchange and forward momentum for the legal profession.

Mr. Chew will be one of the panelists in a session chaired by Prof. David Wilkins from Harvard Law School entitled ‘Professionalism in the 21st Century: Disruption, Globalisation and the Future of Legal Practice’ wherein he will be sharing his views and thoughts on the transformation of the legal industry as well as challenges and potential opportunities that lay ahead in the future and how innovation takes centre stage. Drawing upon ZICO Law’s own transformative model, Mr. Chew will be focusing on real life innovative measures that firms and legal practitioners alike can implement in order to better equip themselves for success in today’s digital era.


On 1 December 2022, KPMG and ZICO Law entered into an agreement under which a number of law firms and teams from the ZICO Law network have joined the KPMG network of firms.

The deal will see more than 275 lawyers join over 2,900 legal professionals in the KPMG global organization, creating a significant legal footprint across Asia. It will offer legal services and solutions, a globally connected legal services platform, and specialists who work with leading technology providers to modernize legal functions across organizations. The strategic combination increases the total number of legal professionals in the KPMG network to over 3,750 across 84 jurisdictions. You may read the press release here.

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