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November 2015: Legal Futures Annual Innovation Conference – From ABS to AI

It’s been more than four years since the first ABS was licensed. There have been successes and failures, exciting developments and mundane changes. But what has it all added up to? At this year’s Annual Innovation Conference, delegates explored the hot issue of artificial intelligence and how it is being applied to the law now and in the future. AI might seem a long way in the future for most, but as a marker for the transformational impact technology is likely to have on the legal world, it is a powerful notion.

Speakers:

Viv Du-Feu, Head of Legal Services, British Medical Association


David Simon, Chairman, Triton Global


Steve Brooker, Head of Research and Development, Legal Services Board


Caroline Wallace, Strategy Director, Legal Services Board


Chris Newton, Managing Director, Newtons Solicitors


Colum Smith, CEO, McMillan Williams


Professor Roger Smith


John Banister, CEO, Wiggin LLP


Martin Bunch, Managing Director, Hudgell Solicitors


Andrew Ritchie QC, Managing Partner, Bates Wells & Braithwaite


Kyla Moran, Senior Consultant, Watson Industry Leadership


Andrew Bloom, Partner and Head of Legal Services, Kingston Smith


Matthew Whalley, Head of Legal Risk Consultancy, Berwin Leighton Paisner


Tony Williams, Principal, Jomati Consultants LLP


Nigel Rea, Director of Precedence, Drafting and Forms, LexisNexis


Graham Ross, Head of European Advisory Board, Modria.com; Member, Civil Justice Council Online Dispute Resolution Advisory Group


Andrew Arruda, CEO and Co-Founder, Ross Intelligence


I am a recent subscriber to Legal Futures and this is my first conference. I found it to be very informative and impressive in all aspects.

Delegate – November 2015

Legal Futures is a must for market leaders and those interested in innovation

Delegate – November 2015

Continues to be stimulating and informative!

Delegate – November 2015

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