Legal Events and Conferences
Legal Futures conferences have been running since 2011, showcasing change and innovation in the legal sector. Our events bring together 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.
Legal Futures conferences and events are a great opportunity to network with industry peers as well as gain insight from other law firms across a wide range of subjects, such as tech and innovation, compliance and regulation, and the personal injury sector.
All delegates at our legal events receive:
- an information pack including a list of all attendees
- refreshments throughout the day including a two-course buffet lunch
- an audio recording of all the sessions to listen to after the event
- copies of all presentation slides used during the conference
We know delegates enjoy the interactive aspects of our conferences so we make sure there are always opportunities for questions from the floor. We regularly feature panel sessions or interview-style presentations to add a different dynamic to the day.
June 2022: PI Futures Conference 2022
What is the future of your PI practice? Are you thriving in the post-Civil Liability Act world? Do you need to build up your non-RTA practice or move away from personal injury and into other consumer claims altogether? These are the themes of this year’s PI Futures conference, back in person for the first time since 2019.
November 2021: Legal Futures Innovation Conference 2021
2021’s Innovation Conference discussed a range of topics, including new ways to approach legal practice, consolidation in the market, digital services, funding innovation and the commitment to doing business ethically.
December 2019: Legal Futures Innovation Conference 2019
This year’s Innovation Conference discussed a range of topics, including new ownership models for firms, different ways of delivering services, and the opportunities of unregulated providers