7 November 2013
09.00 – 16.30
Followed by drinks reception
RBS, 280 Bishopsgate, London EC2M
£275 + VAT
5 hours 25 minutes
Craig Underwood, Minster Law Solicitors
Matthew Briggs, Brilliant Law
Gabe Miller, Jacoby & Meyers
Jonathan Whittaker, SAS Daniels
Andrew Macleod, Triton Global
Christopher Mills, Schillings
Robert Postlethwaite, Postlethwaite Employee Ownership Lawyers
Andrew Caplen, The Law Society
Chris Kenny, Legal Services Board
Christina Backlaws, Co-Operative Legal Services
Craig Holt, QualitySolicitors
Neil Kinsella, Slater & Gordon
About the conference
The next Legal Futures conference, 2020 Vision, will give unparalleled insight into how the legal market is being reshaped and who is driving the change over the coming years.
It is aimed at those who need to understand the competitive pressures that are affecting all legal practices and will showcase the innovative responses that are being developed now to ensure firms survive and thrive by 2020.
Using our unique position in and knowledge of the market, we have put together a programme that will examine:
- The charge to build national legal brands and what this means for the rest of the profession;
- The trends towards unbundling, employee ownership, collective marketing and pricing;
- How some of the less high-profile ABSs are using the flexibility their status provides to develop new business models;
- Scenario planning for the future of the law.
We have also put together a high-powered panel for the closing plenary debate on the future of the legal market.
2020 Vision will provide invaluable market intelligence for law firm leaders, new entrants, regulators, and all those with an interest in the shape of the new legal world.