Legal Futures Events

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.

Next Events

Legal Futures Annual Innovation Conference: 29 November 2018, London

Now in its eighth year, the Legal Futures’ annual conference examines the latest law firm innovations, business models and technology. Programme details and tickets for this year’s event will be available in autumn 2018.

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Previous Events

November 2017: Innovation Conference 2017

This years’ Innovation Conference saw a rich variety of entrepreneurs and forward-thinkers share their visions for the future of legal services. Topics included chatbots, acquisition vehicles, multi-disciplinary businesses and new regulation.

September 2017: PI Futures 2017

Our fifth PI Futures event saw an expert line up to debate the current state of the reform process and what firms can do about it if it does goes ahead, plus a great session on the hot topic of the moment – holiday sickness claims and the opportunity to quiz the Regulators.

November 2016: Innovation Conference 2016

It is impossible to ignore the ever-increasing prominence of disruptive technology, with artificial intelligence the favourite topic of conversation. Delegates heard not only how technology is going to get better and more sophisticated but how to blend both the present and the future, looking at some of the exciting developments in legal businesses that are happening now.

September 2016: PI Futures: Where next for the market?

November 2015: From ABS to AI

September 2015: PI Futures: Making personal injury pay

July 2015: NatWest mmadigital From Click to Client

April 2015: Regulation and Compliance Conference

November 2014: The Era of the Entrepreneur

November 2014: PI Futures – Who’s holding the whip hand?