Law and Technology Conference 2022

Date: 20th September 2022

Time: 10:00 - 16:00

Location:
University of Strathclyde-Technology and Innovation Centre
99 George St
Glasgow
G1 1RD
Or join online

CPD Hours: 6hours

With a dynamic agenda focussing on the issues that are most relevant to you and your practice such as tech-related skills and procurement, client service delivery, risk management and much more, save the date in your diary and look out for full programme details to be confirmed soon.

Headline sponsor: St. James's Place

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Speakers
Director, David Lee Media & Events
Manager, The Cyber Academy, Edinburgh Napier University and Expert Witness & Director, Strathclyde Forensics Ltd
Managing Legal Counsel, Outsourcing, Technology & IP, NatWest Group
Head of Knowledge and Service Delivery, Shepherd and Wedderburn
Founder, L&M MediLaw (Sub brand of Levy & McRae)
Director of Innovation, CMS
CEO and Founder, SnapDragon
Professor of Law and Health Services, Surrey University
Partner, Tech and Media , CMS
Advocate, Ampersand Advocates
This conference is free to attend for our members
6 hours verifiable CPD

Technology is a fundamental and inescapable part of any lawyer’s day to day work. From data—protection and cybersecurity to artificial intelligence and FinTech, technology is constantly developing and so then must the law that governs and protects both clients and consumers. It is vital therefore, that lawyers continue to push the boundaries of their understanding and application of legal technology.


Our Law and Technology conference has consistently been at the forefront of innovation in law and legal services, covering some of the most pressing trends and issues around legal tech. Whether you are big firm, small firm or in-house, join peers and colleagues and learn from experts who are adapting to and benefiting from technological change in legal services. The dynamic agenda will include speakers and panelists with varied legal and tech experience. Matters discussed will include:

  • How to create value and maintain client experience using both in and out-sourced legal tech
  • Data- protection and risk management in the virtual legal world
  • The legal implications of technology developments in Artificial intelligence and the tensions this leads to within Intellectual Property law
Session One: Introduction

David Lee
Director, David Lee Media & Events

Leigh Kirkpatrick
Managing Legal Counsel, Outsourcing, Technology & IP, NatWest Group
Session Two: Legal tech, innovation and client experience. Creating value

How can lawyers, working in-house and for firms, use legal tech to enhance the client experience in a cost-effective manner that creates value.

Lynn Beaumont
Head of Knowledge and Service Delivery, Shepherd and Wedderburn

Chair

John McKinlay
Partner, DLA Piper

Elizabeth Rose
Founder, L&M MediLaw (Sub brand of Levy & McRae)

John Craske
Director of Innovation, CMS

Basil Manoussos, AAS,BSc,PGC,MSc,MBCS,
Manager, The Cyber Academy, Edinburgh Napier University and Expert Witness & Director, Strathclyde Forensics Ltd,

Usman Tariq
Advocate, Ampersand Advocates

Rachel Jones
CEO and Founder, SnapDragon

Kieron Smith
Chief Technology Officer, SnapDragon

Professor Ryan Abbott
Professor of Law and Health Services, Surrey University
Session Four: Risk management and looking towards the future for lawyers in tech and legal technology

Duncan Turner
Partner, Tech and Media , CMS

Prices

prices exclude VAT

Member:
(free for members)
£0.00
 
New member:
(free for members)
£0.00
 
Accredited Paralegal:
(free for members)
£0.00
 
Trainee:
(free for members)
£0.00
 
Unemployed member:
(free for members)
£0.00
 
Non-member:
£263.35
 

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