2018 was a landmark year for legaltech, the industry entered a new phase of maturity with the hype dying down and practical solutions entering the market. It was also the year that the legal sector started to adopt legal technology in practice. We’ve rapidly seen events like the Legal Geek Conference grow from meetups of a few hundred to
As the Autto team plans our presence, we thought we’d share our list of the top legaltech events. If you see Ian, Max or the guys at events come and chat.
|Jan 29 – 31||New York||Legaltech|
|Feb 1||New York||Inspire
|Feb 21||Singapore||Global Legal ConfEx & Law Tech|
|Feb 20 – 22||Berlin||Berlin Legal Tech 2019|
|Feb 22 – 24||Global||Global Legal Hackathon|
|Mar 19||London||British Legal Tech Forum 19|
|Apr 4||Stanford||CodeX FutureLaw 2019|
|Apr 8 – 9||Amsterdam||LEXPO’19|
|Jun 4||Johannesburg||Legal Innovation & Technology Fest 2019|
|Jun 12 – 13||Sydney||Legal Innovation Festival|
|Jun 17 – 18||Zurich||Swiss Legaltech 2019 Hackathon & Conference|
|Oct 11||London||Legal Innovators Conference|
|Oct 16||London||Legal Geek Conference|
|Oct 17||London||Legal Design Geek|
|Oct 21 – 22||San Deigo||Clio Cloud Conference|
Legalweek includes a number of areas of focus, not just legaltech and is perhaps the widest of the events listed here. As such the tech side includes marketing and HR tools.
An unconference with
The Singapore government is pioneering legaltech adoption with programs to develop and integrate legaltech into all aspects of the legal field. This conference is one of a number with the same organiser – covering London, Dubai, Singapore, New Delhi, San Francisco, and New York
A two-day hackathon 20-22nd plus a day of workshops 21st and a full-day conference
The first round of a legaltech hackathon, this event challenges law schools, in-departments, legaltech firms and other to rapidly develop solutions for the legal industry.
Billed as Europe’s largest legal technology conference and exhibition, the forum is chaired by the legendary Professor Richard Susskind OBE.
In its seventh
“Legal innovation at its best” Lexpo focuses on the wider innovation picture rather than being a pure legaltech event. Sessions on valuation, billing strategies and collaboration are paired with more traditional legaltech subjects.
With over a hundred speakers, this promises to cover all aspects of legal development and innovation. Download the supporting report on their website.
A four-in-one conference combining Innovation & Tech, Client Experience & Marketing, Talent & Diversity, and NextGen Lawyers. 500 plus legal professionals converge on the Hilton in Sydney to discuss all aspects of legal innovation
48-hackathon and conference with workshops (information based on 2018 event – waiting on website update)
The first all-day conference from the AI and Legal Automation Blog Artificial Lawyer. The AL founder Richard Tromans already has a reputation as one of the most active contributors to legaltech so this small conference promises to be interesting and insightful
Last year event brought together the legaltech innovators, established players and start-ups along with lots of representatives from law firms. We’re hearing even better things about this
The baby brother of the above conference this is the getting your hands dirty doing it legal design practical event. Workshops, talks and discussion help move legaltech forward.
With about 2000 legal professionals attending this sponsored by Clio who produce cloud-based case management software. In addition to Clio specific content there is a startup alley for legaltech firms.
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