Date: 21st September 2020 - 22nd September 2020
Join us online this year for our Law and Technology virtual conference.
In a time of great change and unprecedented challenges, the legal profession is having to adapt quickly and effectively to new ways of delivering their services. In this context, embracing the use of legal technology is more important than ever.
Our mix of interactive sessions and roundtable discussions will provide a platform to understand how the use of technology-driven solutions can help you navigate these changes and minimise associated risks, while also enhancing the delivery of quality legal services in response to rapidly-changing client needs.
This online event is free to attend with reserved places for members and student associates. If you are not a member of the Law Society, please contact email@example.com to enquire about costs.
Book now to join our expert panellists online, and look out for full format and programme details to be announced soon.
- Isabel Parker, Chief Legal Innovation Officer, Freshfields Bruckhaus Derringer
- Mark Potkewitz, Co-Director, Ulster University Legal Innovation Centre
- Basil Manoussos, Manager, The Cyber Academy
- Alan Stuart, Stuart & Co
- Euan Duncan, Partner, MacRoberts
- Dr Catriona Wolfenden, Partner, Weightmans LLP
We have a range of sponsorship and exhibition packages at this conference, please contact Charlotta Cederqvist
"An entertaining and engaging journey through the field of legal technology."
"The Law Society has gone to a great deal of effort to host an insightful, engaging programme linking technology with legal practice and training."
"Insightful, up to date and a meaningful overview of technology in the legal sphere."
"Engaging and informative speakers with thought provoking topics."
"A thoroughly interesting day with a great variety of speakers."
"The conference offered an excellent snapshot of legal tech today. A number of clear, posed questions and measured knowledge pieces were presented. I left with good jump starts to inform technology change for the business, and new pathways to understand how the lawyer can be directly and positively engaged."
"An incredibly diverse and dynamic panel and programme that made for incredibly insightful discussion on the relationship between law and technology and what we can expect to see over the coming years."
"Technology is something that has ever-growing importance in the legal sector. The need to understand it and how it will shape the sector going forward is paramount so that lawyers can expand their skills, remain relevant, and continue to meet the ever-changing needs of their clients. The topics covered by the programme provide a useful insight into this and make it clear that technology isn’t something to be feared and that change should be embraced."
"Really brilliant and full of useful information and contacts."