Immediation Hosts Legal Industry Thought Leaders to Conceive New Strategies for Sustainable Dispute Resolution

MELBOURNE/NEW YORK – February 28, 2022— Immediation, a leading digital legal environment provider, today announced that on March 9, 2022, it is hosting a group of the legal industry’s top decision-makers, influencers, and partners for a discussion on Immediate Action toward Sustainable Dispute Resolution.

Held at the New York Botanical Garden during Legal Week, the dinner event will feature speakers including Jennifer Bernstein, President And CEO of the New York Botanical Garden; Dr. Chris Pries, Chief Science Officer of the New York Botanical Garden; and Laura Keily, Barrister, Arbitrator, and Founder of Immediation.

“Sustainability is one of the most important topics facing the legal sector today, but the ways in which it is currently being addressed have a time horizon of years or decades when we need to make change now,” said Keily. “By bringing together industry leaders to focus on this issue, Immediation hopes to play an instrumental role in the prioritization, development and implementation of new, creative strategies that accelerate positive impact on sustainability.”

“The New York Botanical Garden’s commitment to preserving and protecting the planet’s biodiversity and natural resources and educating, training, and empowering the next generation of Earth’s caregivers makes it the ideal venue for this discussion,” Keily added, “The institution’s 50 specialty gardens and collections comprising more than one million plants, are living reminders of how critical this issue is to us all.”

As a leading platform for online dispute resolution (“ODR”), Immediation is helping law firms around the world and their clients meet sustainability goals by eliminating the harmful carbon emissions caused through road, train and air travel.

About Immediation

Immediation provides legal video collaboration software, for the ultimate digital legal environment. Created by lawyers, its unmatched functionality, specialization and access delivers the judiciary, lawyers and neutral parties the capacity, capability and control to successfully handle complex legal interactions online. Immediation is already in use by courts, governments, dispute resolution organizations and law firms for local, national and international matters.