Legal Innovators, the conference created by Artificial Lawyer and organised by Cosmonauts, is all set for London on October 21 + 22 – and we can now announce some of our excellent sponsors, which range from startups, to legal tech giants, to law firms and their NewLaw divisions.
As you can see from the image below, there is an incredible range of organisations taking part, from newer companies such as doc automation provider Contract Mill, and NLP-doc analysis company Della, to well-established companies such as Clarilis, Autologyx, and Neota Logic, to what are today very large legal tech providers such as DISCO, Onit, and the ever-growing Litera, which has just acquired Kira Systems. And of course CLM-focused legal tech pioneers as well, such as ContractPodAi.
But, what is different here is that Legal Innovators is not about legal tech in isolation, but how it meshes together with people, process and new legal delivery models.
To that end we also have a range of providers that in some cases are law firms themselves, or part of a law firm that is driving forward innovative approaches to legal services delivery. So, we have Ashurst Advance, the listed law firm DWF, and TLT.
And we also have LOD – Lawyers on Demand – the pioneer of flexible resourcing, and Kalexius, the managed legal services group. (And of course, we have an incredible group of other speakers from a wide range of law firms and corporate inhouse legal teams from across the market.)
In short, Legal Innovators really is covering not just one part of the legal delivery equation, but all three pillars: People, Process and Technology.
Plus, for the first time, Legal Innovators this year is taking place on two consecutive days. You are welcome to buy a ticket for one or both days.
On Thursday 21 October it will be a day focused on the world of people, process and technology at law firms and other legal services providers.
And on Friday 22 October it will be the second day focused on the world of people, process and technology, but this time at the clients.
As with the first Legal Innovators, the event will be held in the City of London, ETC Venues, 200 Aldersgate, EC1A 4HD. And perhaps more than ever before our motto of ‘Learn, Share and Network‘ will be front of mind, given how many of us have not had a chance to meet other people at conferences for quite some time.
We really look forward to sharing this event with you all, which takes place in London on 21 and 22 October.
As we will have a limited number of tickets, please get them when you can to be sure you’re able to get in.
Oh, and by the way, this is 100% in-person. See you all there!
Richard Tromans, Founder, Artificial Lawyer.