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LawTech Futures 2014: The one with the http regret

Published on 26/03/2014 By Brian Inkster

… Yesterday was LawTech Futures 2014 – The Future of Legal Technology (Europe’s largest legal technology event). The last two years I was invited to attend, went and wrote reviews: LawTech Futures 2012 Reviewed: The Search for the Holy Grail of Legal Technology Conferences has Begun! and LawTech Futures 2013 Reviewed: The one with the neocortex. This […]

LawTech Futures 2013 Reviewed: The one with the neocortex

Published on 07/05/2013 By Brian Inkster

… LawTech Futures 2013 was billed as the biggest legal technology event in Europe. It was a joint venture by Netlaw Media and Charles Christian held on 30th April in the QEII Conference Centre in London. With 40 expert presenters, 3 presentation stages, 800 attendees and displays by over 60 legal technology suppliers it was […]

The Time Blawg – Two Years On (Part 3: Legal Technology)

Published on 12/01/2013 By Brian Inkster

… On 1 January 2011, The Time Blawg materialised. One year ago I looked back at the first year of The Time Blawg – One Year On. Last week I looked back at what went on during the second year of The Time Blawg with specific reference to Social Media: The Time Blawg – Two […]

Lex2012 Reviewed: Legal Innovation and Technology Conference reveals ‘Camel’ Computing

Published on 25/04/2012 By Brian Inkster

… The annual Lex Conference (now in its 10th year) from the Ark Group is “dedicated to driving law firm efficiency through innovation and technology”. Last year I was a speaker at Lex2011. This year I attended Lex2012 as a delegate. This video, from last year (in which I make an appearance or two) gives […]

LawTech Futures 2012 Reviewed: The Search for the Holy Grail of Legal Technology Conferences has Begun!

Published on 18/03/2012 By Brian Inkster

… I wasn’t going to attend LawTech Futures this past week as I was to be speaking at the ‘Law and Technology Forum – Re-thinking legal services in a competitive marketplace’ this coming week. Two trips to London in very quick succession for legal technology events would have been difficult to justify. However, when The […]