Full Name
Jeremy Burdge
Job Title
Head of Legal Engineering - Americas
Hogan Lovells
Speaker Bio
Over the last decade, the velocity at which start-up entrepreneurs and fully mature global enterprises alike use state-of-the-art technology to differentiate themselves has accelerated rapidly. Meeting this challenge is Jeremy Burdge, who has operated that entire time right at that intersection where technology impacts directly with both the practice and business of law giving him a unique understanding of what both the risks and opportunities are that emerging technologies pose for our clients.
Jeremy is an executive of Hogan Lovells LegalTech initiative one of the leaders of a multidisciplinary global team of professionals consisting of legal technologists, business lawyers, AI/ML advisors, software developers, and legal engineers that supply innovative and novel solutions to complex legal challenges faced by our clients. This team concentrates on designing and delivering tech-based alternatives feathered by a custom-designed hybrid type of legal consultancy to accelerate the favorable outcomes for our clients most complex and challenging problems in an approach that derives better value from the legal services they procure.
Jeremy is also a part of our Investigations, White Collar & Complex Fraud practice where he has brought a tech-driven transformation into the way our investigations lawyers deliver their services. Augmenting the investigation teams with advanced technology and data driven expertise, Jeremy creates unexpected solutions that enable the client to rapidly respond during times of crisis and disruption.
Previously, Jeremy provided legal technology support for narcotics and organized crime investigations at the U.S Attorney’s Office in the Western District of New York, white-collar fraud investigation at the Enforcement Division of the U.S. Securities & Exchange Commission in Washington, D.C. and ran a legal technology department for the U.S. Department of Justice. Jeremy is also a U.S Army veteran serving four years on active duty and is a graduate of the Sapper Leadership Course and U.S. Army Ranger School.