The Legal Innovators conference in London is a great place to learn about what’s happening. It’s also a great opportunity to meet pioneering companies and service providers that are pushing the boundaries of legal innovation around the world. So, here are some of those taking part in Legal Innovators this November 8 and 9 as sponsors.
LexisNexis – our Headline Sponsor and the well-known home of legal research and a provider of a multitude of other legal tech offerings.
Disco – the pioneering eDiscovery company.
Robin AI – the UK-based company that has worked with Anthropic to provide generative AI document review and drafting capabilities, hand-in-hand with a team of human legal experts.
Opus 2 – the litigation management platform providing a growing range of capabilities for all those working on disputes.
Document Drafter – does exactly what it says on the label – it helps lawyers to automate documents quickly and efficiently.
Litera – the major legal tech group offering a wide range of solutions, from drafting, to doc review, to workflow, and more.
Legl – provides process automation for law firms via a no-code platform that helps law firms digitise and automate business operations such as payments, onboarding and AML compliance.
Henchman – the AI-driven contract drafting system that gives you instant access to previously written clauses and definitions.
Lawrify – AI-driven proof-reading system that spots issues and suggests improvements to your contracts.
LexPro – provides a wide range of products for legal businesses, from handling payroll and accounting, to supporting property transactions.
ALSPs + Law Firms
ClearyX – the reimagined delivery of legal services from this specialist group connected to leading US law firm Cleary Gottlieb.
DLA Piper – the global law firm which provides a range of additional consulting and legal tech services.
Integreon – the trusted outsourcing partner for corporations and law firms offering a range of professional and legal services.
Tangible – offers full legal and administrative support for engagements from business-as-usual to the highly complex.
Consultancies + Advisory Services
Springbok AI – machine learning and data science consultancy, including legal AI development for law firms.
FTI Consulting – offers a comprehensive range of services in business transformation & strategy, including restructuring, transactions, investigations, risk, compliance and disputes.
Simplexico – consultancy providing white glove legal AI design and development services.
Spicebox – New York-based legal innovation consultancy for law firms and legal teams.
Control Risks – a global specialist risk consultancy that helps to create secure, compliant and resilient organisations.
Iota Analytics – consultancy advising law firms, inhouse legal counsel and intellectual property managers on developing intellectual assets aligned to business strategies.
So, there you go, what an incredible group of legal tech companies and service providers! There’s some serious legal innovation going on among this group. We look forward to hearing from them and hope you can join us on November 8 and 9 in London to meet them and learn about what they can do for you.
Legal Innovators Conference – November 8 + 9 – London
The Legal Innovators conference will be a landmark event exploring a range of key issues with high-level speakers from across the legal innovation ecosystem. The event will take place on 8 + 9 November in London. Day One: law firms and ALSPs, Day Two: inhouse and legal ops.
For tickets, please see here.
Here is a list of our great speakers so far: please see here.
While for general information: please see here.
The two-day event comes at a time of significant change for the legal market and we will be bringing you engaging panels and presentations where leading experts really dig into the issues of the day, from generative AI, to the evolution of ALSPs, to law firm innovation teams in this new era for legal tech, to how empowered legal ops groups and pioneering GCs are making a real impact. And as always, I’ll be there and chairing the event.
See you there!
Richard Tromans, Founder of Artificial Lawyer and Conference Chair.