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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 […]

The Practice of Law in 2013

Published on 03/01/2014 By Brian Inkster

… The Time Blawg was three years old on 1 January 2014. It is now, at this time of year, traditional for me to look back over the past year on The Time Blawg with my reflections and thoughts on the past, present and future practice of law. So here goes. In 2013 I blogged less […]

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 […]

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 […]