Jeannine Lambert


Jeannine Abukhater Lambert is the Executive Director of Centers & Programming at Northern Kentucky University Chase College of Law. She administers the W. Bruce Lunsford Academy for Law, Business + Technology, a law school honors program focusing on the intersection of law, business, and technology as well as the Center for Law & Entrepreneurship, Law + Informatics Institute, and Center for Excellence in Advocacy. She currently manages all special events and conferences along with alumni relations and alumni programming at Chase College of Law.

Jeannine also serves as general counsel for her family companies, Kentuckiana Alarms, Inc. and BeeSecureNow and is licensed to practice in Kentucky. She is active with the Northern Kentucky Bar Association serving as co-chair of the Women Lawyers Section and the ABA’s Law Practice Division serving as co-chair of the ABA Women Rainmakers’ Women of Legal Tech Summit subcommittee and Local Programming subcommittee.

Prior to joining the administration at Chase, Jeannine and her husband taught English in Busan, South Korea. She played cello in the London Community Orchestra and is a member of the We Three Strings trio for weddings and other special events. Jeannine received her Bachelor of Arts in history with a minor in Islamic Studies from the University of Kentucky where she played in the Symphony Orchestra and studied French, Italian, and Arabic.

My Sessions

Combining the best of “60 Sites,” “60 Tips,” and “Gadgets and Gizmos” into one rollicking, face-paced session. Come enjoy this annual staple with an hour of the latest in apps, work hacks, hot technologies, and more.


Keynote: Welcome to TECHSHOW & LegalTech Visionaries Panel

Grand Ballroom EF

Kick off TECHSHOW 2023 with this opening session! Meet the TECHSHOW Board, honor the 2023 recipient of the James I. Keane award, and hear from a panel of visionaries in legal tech moderated by Clio CEO Jack Newton. We have the opportunity to do more than simply talk about the future—we can visualize it, engage […]