Europe’s leading legal IT event, The British Legal Technology Forum returns to London on Wednesday, 10th May 2023.
Following on from the sold-out success of the past events, ‘The British Legal Technology Forum 2023’ is expected to reach full capacity weeks in advance. The event will offer delegates 5 presentation stages and access to over 100 leading exhibitors over two floors. In addition, the 2023 event will provide visitors with full catering as well as a Champagne Lounge, Gin Bar and Riverside Bar which all offer complimentary refreshments during the event.
FLW UK is a unique event that focuses on innovative advancements in the legal industry whilst uniting all those from the in-house, private practice and litigation sectors and is designed to facilitate dialogue between these different areas of law.
Along with 3 days of networking opportunities, workshops, presentations and a hackathon that are delivered by leading legal innovators, FLW UK is the place to be for all things legal technology!
Growth Geek is a new conference for high-street and mid-market law firms interested in legal innovation. You’ll see all the latest tech, learn how to manage change, and stay in the loop with the latest updates from professional bodies.
We will give you the tools and inspiration necessary to drive legal innovation in your practice. Experience short, TED-style talks, ask-the-expert sessions, product pitches and interactive roundtables.
The Legal Geek Conference is a two-day celebration of legal innovation in London with over 2000 attendees from over 40 countries.
Legal Innovators is for everyone who wants to learn, to share, and meet their peers. It’s for people just starting to explore this area, as well as for those who are already very experienced but want to know what is now ‘market standard’ in this rapidly changing field.
An example of some of the topics that will be explored on the day by our fantastic group of experts includes:
Disaggregating the Law – getting the right people and tech to do the right things.
Beyond Contract Management – using contract data to drive business insights.
Inhouse Economics – how legal spend pressure is changing working practices.