Liquid Intelligent Technologies partners with Africa Legal in ed-tech partnership to drive professional growth in Africa through Liquid Labs



Liquid Intelligent Technologies partners with Africa Legal in ed-tech partnership to drive professional growth in Africa through Liquid Labs

Our aim is to empower and encourage professionals and students in both sectors and to help them take advantage of these opportunities.

NAIROBI, Kenya, October 11, 2021 / APO Group / –

The leading pan-African technology group Liquid Intelligent Technologies (www.Liquid.Tech), through its innovation and partnerships branch Liquid Labs, is launching three online courses on legal technology, intended to support the career development of students, entrepreneurs budding and avocados. This was made possible through a partnership with Africa Legal, an organization that connects legal professionals across the African continent.

Liquid Labs aspires to make relevant technology training programs accessible to students and professionals to bridge affordability and the digital divide, the main barriers to increased access. The courses will provide targeted training for lawyers and the business community to enable workers to improve their skills and seize the opportunities of the digital world.

According to Ben Roberts, group chief technology officer and head of innovation at Liquid Intelligent Technologies, “New technologies are challenging the way Africans do things in their daily lives. For example, innovations like blockchain are offering smart contracts using digital technology platforms. such innovation means that the Fourth Industrial Revolution will create challenges and opportunities at the intersection of law and technology. We have partnered with Africa Legal on these courses to better equip lawyers with technology and help technologists engage with the law. Our aim is to empower and encourage professionals and students in both sectors and to help them take advantage of these opportunities. “

The courses offered are:

Leverage Legal Technology to Grow Your Business – This course encourages students to conduct their business in a way that takes advantage of the benefits inherent in legal technology. Their business. Fundamentals of Business Law for Entrepreneurs – This course is designed for emerging entrepreneurs. He provides the platform of legal knowledge needed to start growing a business from initial startup to investment preparation and will share information on what to look for when partnering with a law firm that will be a valuable ally for the growth of your business.

Africa Legal Managing Director Scott Cowan said he was delighted with the partnership which was in line with the platform’s vision to network, strengthen pan-African relationships in the legal community and build capacity.

“This is just the start of an exciting journey and we look forward to offering much more to our African legal community through news, employment and education opportunities,” he said. he declares.

The courses have been formulated with the vision to increase digital transformation across the continent and provide the know-how necessary for budding entrepreneurs to operate successfully and efficiently in their businesses. These courses from Liquid Labs and Africa Legal will provide practical knowledge and understanding that will focus on developing critical thinking skills for students by presenting real-life scenarios, conflicts and solutions for them to master. the lawyer-based approach to thinking in life and their future professional development.

Classes will launch on November 4, 2021; students can now pre-register at:

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