If today is Friday, then Artificial Lawyer’s senior editorial team is hopefully on a plane to New York to attend Legal Week’s Tech show. I’ll be speaking a bit about AI on the Monday afternoon panel, then helping to judge the innovation prize Tuesday and Wednesday (with an amazingly stellar team of judges that somehow invited me to join them), with the winning tech company announced on Thursday.
Then, on Friday morning, I’ll be taking part in the un-conference – Inspire.legal, at NY Law School, with another group of equally stellar legal tech experts that it will also be a real honour to join.
In between the food, the chats and the vendor booth explorations, I will try and see some of the sessions and report back. I’ll also hopefully be able to give you all a sense of what people are thinking about there and what the big issues of the day are.
I also have a feeling that a lot of legal tech companies are going to release an avalanche of product news next week, so apologies in advance for the deluge that may arrive in your inbox – I’ll try and group things where possible.
P.S. Focusing back on the UK for a moment, if you’d like to know more about the Legal Innovators conference on 11th Oct, in London (more info here) – then please feel free to contact Artificial Lawyer’s good friend, George Yankov: firstname.lastname@example.org – who will be able to help you with any queries you may have related to the Legal Innovators conference, from sponsorship to speaker roles.
See you all on the flip side.
(Begins humming…) I want to be a part of it! New York….New York….!