Legal Futures events have been running since 2011, showcasing change and innovation in the legal sector . Our conferences bring the pioneers who have been hitting the headlines and enable delegates to gain insight into the new business models, pricing strategies, strategic alliances and partnerships widely predicted to cause market disruption over the coming years.
28 April 2015, London: Regulation and Compliance Conference
The first Legal Futures Regulation Conference will bring together the leaders of the legal world to help practitioners understand the current regulatory priorities and how the landscape will change in the coming months and years. From an onstage interview with the Chairman of the Legal Services Board to an investigation into what CPD reform means to solicitors, this event will provide both high-level insight and practical advice that all those with an interest in legal regulation need to have. Full details will be published soon
30 June 2015, London: NatWest mmadigital: From Click to Client Conference
At the second Click to Client conference, delegates will hear from a host of legal businesses – large and small, big budgets and limited budgets – who have made their mark online, along with those pushing the boundaries of delivering legal advice over the internet. We will look at how successful firms generate and convert enquiries into profitable business. Full details will be published soon
This year’s Legal Futures Conference reflected more than ever how the face of the legal market is changing, and how entrepreneurs – both with a legal qualification and without – are the driving force behind this.
After last year’s success, PI Futures once again brought together leading figures in the claimant industry to debate what the coming changes would mean for the sector.
This conference highlighted the benefits and pitfalls of the various ways of operating online. As Legal Futures’ first digital event, it was a clear reflection of how the nature of legal marketing, and legal services more broadly, is changing.