Burcher Jennings launches inaugural pricing funding and costs conference

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20 May 2015


Burcher Jennings200Burcher Jennings, a leading national legal cost and pricing consultancy is delighted to announce that it will be holding its inaugural Pricing Funding and Costs Conference in London on 1 July 2015.

The event is in recognition of the growing pressure on law firms to establish modern day pricing solutions, and will provide attendees with insight into what currently constitutes best practice across the related issues of pricing, funding and costs. The event will take place at the Grange City Hotel in London from 9am to 5pm.

The conference agenda, content and speakers have been specifically tailored to the needs and interests of law firms and will be of particular interest to: Managing Partners; Practice area Department Heads (Partner level); CEOs; CFOs; FDs; CIOs; Heads of L&D and Heads of Marketing & BD.

Martyn Jennings, Chief Executive commented: “Pricing for value is, to my mind, one of the most critical challenges for providers of legal services at the moment. The need to understand value – from a client’s perspective – and the ability to construct an appropriate pricing offer are now key attributes of a modern practitioner. In light of this, our event will seek to provide guidance and direction on everything pricing, funding and costs related including pricing, litigation costs, litigation funding, pricing IT, marketing and BD using pricing – this event has it all.”

Many leading practitioners across law and finance will be speaking at the event including: Professor Stephen Mayson; Richard Burcher, Managing Director, Validatum®; Robert Camp, Managing Partner, Stephens Scown; Richard Marshall, Managing Partner, Lupton; Chris Bull, Executive Director, Kingsmead Square; Neil Cameron, Neil Cameron Consulting Group; Steve Din, Doorway Capital; Rocco Pirozzolo, Director of Litigation Funding at Harbour Litigation Funding; Professor Dominic Regan, the leading UK authority on litigation costs and Lord Justice Jackson’s civil costs reforms; Joanne Powell, Costs Consultant & Head of London Office, Burcher Jennings;  Scott Keyser, Scott Keyser Proposals, bid advisor to large professional service providers such as Allen & Overy, Nabarro and Ernst & Young and Abby Winkworth, MBA, CCIM, Partner and Director of Marketing and Business Development, IBB Solicitors.

For further information, please visit Burcher Jenning’s website here.

This event is CPD accredited for 6 hours. CPD code – EXG/VALI.



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