The Legal Innovators conference in London is next week! It will be held at Etc Venues, Aldersgate, on Thursday and Friday, 21 and 22 October. Artificial Lawyer and the dozens of great speakers are all set for the two-day innovation get together.
We have over 60 excellent speakers from across the legal industry. They are from law firms, ALSPs, the Big Four, and of course: the clients. Naturally, we also have plenty of key speakers from pioneering legal tech companies who will be sharing their insights as well.
We will be discussing all the ins and outs of what is happening, the challenges and opportunities, what works and doesn’t work, where we are now and where we are heading.
Legal Innovators is all about interaction and we will be making sure there is some time at the end of every panel and presentation for audience questions. I will also be conducting several fireside chats with some of the speakers to provide a more in-depth insight into their work.
There will also be an exhibitors hall where you will be able to meet the many tech companies and ALSPs that are coming. And we will be having plenty of breaks to allow you to catch up with people and network.
Personally, it’s the kind of medium-size conference I like to go to: high-level speakers who will be sharing their real-life experiences in a setting where there are just enough people to make serendipity possible, but not so many that you can’t enjoy a proper conversation.
To give you a sense of what to expect, here are a couple of videos from two of our great speakers: Laura Bygrave, Head of Commercial – Legal Managed Services, Deloitte Legal:
And also, Charles Kerrigan, a partner with a strong focus on technology at international law firm, CMS:
Plus, here is a preview of some of the many other speakers who will be at Legal Innovators next week.
And to kick things off on the Thursday morning we will be starting with a keynote from Jeremy Coleman, Head of Innovation at Norton Rose Fulbright. Looking forward to that!
Plus, I will be chairing the event over the two days and hopefully will get a chance to say hello to many of you throughout the conference.
I really look forward to seeing you all there on Thursday and Friday, 21 and 22 October – next week!
Richard Tromans, Founder, Artificial Lawyer and Conference Chair
If you haven’t got a ticket yet, there is still a chance to do so, please see here. And if you’d like more information about the event, then please see here. You can also contact George at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions or want to ask about tickets.
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