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.
Tiger Bytez co-founders Scott Elliot and Simon Riess will take attendees through a journey of conveyancing to date and the market frustrations that lead to the creation of the conveyancing chatbot. The problem that conveyancers have in the present day, is that their work is often an administrative burden. Tiger Law experienced these issues and needed a solution to their endless paper trails and demand for more work in the same amount of time for the same cost. By building and utilising the conveyancing chatbot, a shift in focus towards greater client satisfaction has been achieved as a result of relieving [...]
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Lucinda Darby from 'Remember a Charity' Highlights the importance of the work they do representing 200 UK charities and working closely with partners in the legal sector, government and private sector to raise awareness of gifts in Wills. Launched in 2000, they are a registered charity and part of the Chartered Institute of Fundraising.