The UKgov 'Digital Identity Trust Scheme" pilot is on the horizon in 2021 and set to positively impact conveyancing. What it is, how it will affect your firm and what else do you need to be aware of in light of recent updates to LSAG guidance in relation to technology. We'll share a practical run down of the facts so far, share some views and engage with a Q&A. Panel: Sinéad Gallagher, Legal Sector Account Manager, Amiqus Andrew McGinlay, Commercial Property, Burness Paull Matt Jewel, R&D Engineer, Amiqus
Creating a client facing solution can save hundreds of billable hours and turn a complicated process into an automated workflow. Fliplet’s prefab app building platform gives firms a repeatable solution to take a complicated and time-consuming data collection process to market. This webinar will cover a client facing solution created by Burness Paull with the following features: Collect a large amount of complicated information to inform a legal document for the app user Using logic to guide an app user through a time-consuming content gathering process Allow the app user to submit updated information as and when required Provide a contact [...]
Social media platforms enable lawyers to build audiences, engage with groups and individuals, network and increase instructions. But it can be difficult to work out which networks to use, the type of content to create, and how to engage people without being 'salesy'. Join our webinar to hear founder and managing director of LexRex Communications, Victoria Moffatt talk about the power of social media and how lawyers can learn to utilise it. During this hour-long session Victoria will share her expertise, provide real-life examples of strong engagement and answer questions from delegates.
Law firms are embracing mobile apps in a big way in 2021. And whilst creating 1 app is seen as the norm, now more than ever it is becoming an increasing expectation to build out a suite of apps that are both internal and client facing. Having the right knowledge to scale your technology is key. During this webinar the Innovation team from Mills & Reeve will share their knowledge and insights on how they developed a suite of solutions that: - Educate staff on the firm’s client facing technology - Capture internal information in one place so it’s accessible on [...]
Speakers: Jeremy Marshall - Lecturer in Law and Digital Education Lead (Law & Social Justice), University of Liverpool Lydia Hazlehurst – Legal Technologist, Weightmans LLP This session will explore the role of law tech/innovation in shaping the careers of future lawyers looking at how this is embedded in universities and how Jeremy sees this developing. We will be joined by Lydia who has taken up an innovation role after university to explore how it works in practice and the skills that are essential.
UK Legaltech has experienced significant steps in its maturity as an industry over the past several years, with significant advances in funding, innovation and adoption being made. As the needs of the sector continue to evolve, we ask how brand can be aligned to best serve startups, scale-ups, firms and investors involved in the space. Moderated by brand consultancy Rowdy Studio, this panel discussion will provide insights into brand challenges, opportunities and ambitions in legal tech from the perspective of founders, lawyers and creatives.
Topsy Taiwo - Business Development Manager at Thirdfort will discuss: The what, how and why of Open Banking, and how it's set to revolutionise the way firms handle AML. Open Banking in action: real-life examples of Open Banking preventing fraud. Open Banking Case Study - how one firm cut admin time in half and transformed their clients' experience.
Are you tasked with leading or championing innovation in a law firm? Facing some hurdles or got some great ideas to share? Join us for a coffee and a chat to swap tips and tricks with others in a similar role. Find Out More