June 7, 2021 11:35 am Published by

Future Lawyer Week UK 4.0 is just 5 weeks away and we are getting ready to open our doors to in-person events for our first conference in over a year (but what feels like forever)! 

Cosmonauts are excited to welcome Luminance as our Headline Sponsor for Private Practice day (14th July 2021). Luminance is the leading artificial intelligence platform for the legal profession, with over 300 customers in more than 50 countries. Luminance’s machine learning technology reads and forms an understanding of documents, helping lawyers to perform the most thorough and rapid document reviews across practice areas including due diligence, contract negotiation, regulatory compliance reviews, property portfolio analysis and eDiscovery. Luminance has offices in London, Cambridge, New York and Singapore.

There will be many occasions to engage with Luminance during Future Lawyer Week; Eleanor Weaver, CEO, will be giving the Keynote speech of the day, Jaeger Glucina, Managing Director, will be speaking on the 13th on our panel “A Brave New World”, and  Orianne Auger, Head of Discovery, and Arrun Harker, Senior Legal Product Expert, will be giving a product showcase,  Introduction to Luminance Discovery, on the 15th. 

Eleanor Weaver, CEO

Eleanor is the Chief Executive Officer of Luminance, having joined the company in 2021. She is a former Director at world-leading AI firm, Darktrace where she spent six years as Global Head of the Industrial Division and formerly Head of South Africa for the Cambridge-born technology unicorn. With a wealth of experience in leading fast-growing technology businesses, Eleanor will oversee Luminance’s sales operations and continued expansion. She has a degree in Geography and Spanish from the University of Exeter and a Postgraduate Diploma in Business Management from the University of Cape Town.

Jaeger Glucina, Managing Director

Jaeger is responsible for client development and management, overseeing sales to more than 300 customers in just 4 years and advising on a number of the global Top 100 law firm relationships. Jaeger is a qualified Barrister and Solicitor of the High Court of New Zealand, with extensive experience in insurance litigation

Orianne Auger, Head of Discovery

Orianne is Head of Discovery at Luminance, where she is responsible for overseeing the company’s eDiscovery practice and developing relationships with Luminance’s customers by helping them integrate Luminance’s pioneering technology into their workflow. This includes world leading law firms such as Dentons and Burness Paull, as well as global organisations. After reading law at the University of Birmingham, Orianne worked in a law firm and then as a head-hunter for a legal recruitment agency where she saw first-hand the importance of having the right and best technology at every level within a firm. Orianne joined Luminance in 2019 as a Legal Product Expert, quickly climbing the ranks to become Luminance’s Head of Discovery.

Arrun Harker, Senior Legal Product Expert

Arrun Harker is a Sales Manager in Luminance’s Discovery team. Having also previously worked extensively within the Diligence team, Arrun has a range of experience working with law firms, corporates and organisations from across the commercial spectrum in both corporate and transactional settings, as well as litigation, disputes and investigations. Arrun has worked closely with organisations of all sizes, including multiple Global Top 100 firms, investment banks, consultants and corporates, advising them on how artificial intelligence can be implemented to drastically improve their business’ bottom line.

There you have it! Don’t forget to buy your tickets today to ensure your place at our highly sought after LegalTech conference! 


Cosmonauts has a multitude of events planned for this year touching an array of tech sectors such as LegalTech, AgriTech and AerospaceTech, so we are sure there will be at least one event that will take your fancy. To learn more about Cosmonauts events click the button.


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