‘The British Legal Technology Forum 2016’
The Old Billingsgate – London, United Kingdom
Returning to London on Tuesday 8th March 2016, The British Legal Technology Forum will welcome an estimated 1,200 visitors from the world of law and legal technology.
As Europe’s largest legal technology conference and exhibition, The British Legal Technology Forum will bring together the most respected professionals from both the legal and commercial technology sectors to examine and explore the systems, strategies, processes and platforms that will drive law firms and legal businesses into the next decade and beyond.
Following on from the sold out success of the 2015 event, The British Legal Technology Forum 2016 will now be held over 2 floors whilst offering new features including; A Prestigious Champagne Bar, Terrace Viewing Areas, Private Dining Rooms, Multiple Bars and Coffee Points, Tweet Suites, An Open Dining Area and an Exclusive After Party for Delegates, Speakers and Sponsors.
With three presentation areas including a 350 seat main stage, The British Legal Technology Forum will deliver multi-stream conference sessions, keynote presentations, panel discussions, knowledge sessions, interviews, debates and interactive demonstrations. In addition, The British Legal Technology Forum will also offer over 2,500 square metres of exhibition space with 80 of Europe’s best known technology suppliers showcasing a wide range of new and upgraded systems as well as the finest technology available to law firms and legal businesses.
The British Legal Technology Forum is produced by Netlaw Media, the leading legal events and media organisation behind a record twelve successive ‘sold out’ major law events including the London Law Expo, Key Strategies for Law Firms, the Strategic Leadership Forum and the LawTech Futures series of events.
2016 Conference Chairperson
Professor Richard Susskind OBE
President, Society for Computers and Law
Professor Richard Susskind OBE is an author, speaker and independent adviser to international professional firms, general counsel, judiciaries, and national governments. His main area of expertise is the future of legal service, with particular reference to the impact of information technology. He has specialised in legal technology since the early 1980s and his views have influenced a generation of lawyers and legal technologists around the world.
He has written numerous books, including Expert Systems in Law (Oxford, 1987), The Future of Law (Oxford, 1996), Transforming the Law (Oxford, 2000), The End of Lawyers? (Oxford 2008), Tomorrow’s Lawyers (Oxford, 2013), and (co-author, Daniel Susskind) The Future of the Professions (Oxford, 2015). He has written around 150 columns as a columnist for The Times and he is Founding Editor of the International Journal of Law and Information Technology. His work has been translated into 12 languages.
Richard is President of the Society for Computers and Law and, since … Read more
2016 KEYNOTE SPEAKERS
Professor Daniel Martin Katz, J.D., Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Illinois Institute of Technology
Daniel Martin Katz is is a technologist, scientist and law professor, blending education and thought leadership with quantitative analyses of law and society. Professor Katz teaches at IIT – Chicago Kent College of Law, is the author of the “MIT School of Law” and is an editor for a number of academic and industrial journals. Dan’s forward-thinking ideas helped to earn him acknowledgement as a “Legal Rebel” by the ABA Journal and as a member of “Fastcase 50.” In addition to his academic work, Dan is the Chief Strategy Officer and co-founder of the consulting group LexPredict. Professor Katz received his Ph.D. and J.D. from the University of Michigan.
While at the University of Michigan, he was a fellow in Empirical Legal … Read more