Document automation pioneer, Clarilis, is to be the headline sponsor of Legal Innovators in London on 11 October, Artificial Lawyer’s first all-day event focused on the people, processes and technology leading change in the legal sector.
The announcement comes as the conference agenda fills out and a myriad of other sponsors have got on board, from ediscovery company Relativity, to legal tech pioneers and AI companies such as Neota Logic, LawGeex, Eigen Technologies, ThoughtRiver, Lexical Labs and Ayfie, and a range of other pioneering companies from AUTTO to Juro to Apperio to LitiGate – with more key sponsors soon to be announced for the landmark event.
Some of the confirmed key speakers for the Legal Innovators event in October, include (among many others) –
- Rosemary Martin, the GC for Vodafone
- James Quinn, CEO and Co-Founder, Clarilis
- Kerry Westland, Head of Innovation & Legal Technology, Addleshaw Goddard
- Jane Stewart, Head of Innovation, Slaughter and May
- Isabel Parker, Chief Legal Innovation Officer, Freshfields
- Edward Chan, Linklaters partner and Founder Linklaters>nakhoda
- Sean Thomas, Group General Counsel, AlphaSight
- Richard West, Partner, Kennedys
- Nick West, Chief Technology Officer, Mishcon de Reya
- Monet Fauntleroy, Senior Manager, Transactional Practice Technology, White & Case LLP
- Alistair Wye, Lead Innovation and Technology Solutions Attorney, Latham & Watkins
- ….and many more!
In terms of the event’s main sponsor, James Quinn, CEO and Co-Founder, Clarilis, commented: ‘Clarilis’ focus is on the adoption and successful implementation of legal technology that adds value and provides a solid ROI. These events embody that, cutting through the hype and focusing on real-life applications and practical examples, so they are a perfect fit for Clarilis and we are really looking forward to joining in the conversations at these events and sharing our views.
The Clarilis document automation platform has been designed to streamline the drafting process; allowing lawyers to focus on where they can add the greatest value – in client relations and in providing advice rather than the mechanical and routine aspects of drafting.
Our platform has been designed with tomorrow’s lawyers in mind – it’s entirely flexible and data is stored in a highly structured data model which can be used not only to draft suites of documents but to drive other processes. The platform is also capable of delivering new ways of collaborating with clients.
We’re looking forward to having the opportunity to meet with the great and the good of the legal world at these events and demonstrating the CLARILIS platform.’
Legal Innovators will be exploring a range of issues, from how to build an innovation team, to understanding what clients really want when it comes to innovation, to seeing what realistically can be automated inside a law firm or corporate legal function, to how to leverage legal data to add value and insight, and much, much more.
Insights and discussion will be brought to you by many of the people leading the way in this field and the day should prove to be an excellent opportunity for networking and learning. It may still be a few months away, but Artificial Lawyer is already excited with what has been organised so far. Looking forward to seeing you all there.
Links to some of the other sponsors are below. For more information, please see the main event site, here.
For tickets see here. Space will be limited, so please get your place before it’s all booked.
- Neota Logic
- Eigen Technologies
- Fincap Law
- Lexical Labs