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.
16 September 2014, Manchester: PI Futures
After the first sold-out PI Futures event last year, Legal Futures will this year investigate how the market is settling down in the post-LASPO world, with a particular focus on the most effective new ways to generate new business, the new providers that are emerging to challenge traditional law firms, and how innovation and new business structures can help practices thrive in the future.
18 November 2014, London: Annual Legal Futures conference
Legal Futures sets the agenda on who is leading innovation in the legal market and the new entrants intensifying competition for work, as well as reporting on the fast-developing regulatory landscape. The Legal Futures Conference brings this to life and has quickly become a fixture in the profession’s conference calendar. As a result we attract as speakers and delegates the people who are pushing the boundaries of legal services, often speaking to an audience of their legal peers for the first time. Full details of 2014′s event will be available soon.
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.
This conference embodied what Legal Futures is about by showcasing innovation big and small and debating what the future of legal services will look like. With a range of speakers, it highlighted the novel techniques some are employing to demonstrate the way the market is heading.
As the first Legal Futures event dedicated to the Bar, this seminar highlighted major changes to the Code of Conduct, particularly focusing on the start of the BSB’s alternative business structure regime.