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NetDocuments, the leading secure cloud-based content services platform for law firms, corporate legal teams and compliance departments, today announced a joint technology integration with Kira Systems and SeeUnity providing a simple way to pass NetDocuments content to Kira’s artificial intelligence engine for deeper content understanding.

BigHand have announced the return of their User Conference, this year coming to Manchester on the 15th, and London on the 17th of October.

The technology vendor has continued on its growth curve over the last 18 months, making strides towards its vision to be the most supportive technology partner in the industry for helping law firms transition to newer, more ‘business-oriented’ ways of working.

BigHand have announced the return of their User Conference, this year coming to Manchester on the 15th, and London on the 17th of October.

The technology vendor has continued on its growth curve over the last 18 months, making strides towards its vision to be the most supportive technology partner in the industry for helping law firms transition to newer, more ‘business-oriented’ ways of working.

Martin Palmer talks about some of the key business challenges facing legal organisations, when looking at migration to the cloud.

As firms are beginning to train their latest trainee intake in the technology they will need to use the benefits of being part of the LTC4 global network have become more and more apparent.

3:30pm - Registration

4:00pm - Introduction

This edition of the Legal Roadshows will focus on the Future of Legal in a digital age and address the following:

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Research conducted by LexisNexis for the Bellwether report series highlighted that small firms are becoming more and more attractive to legal professionals as their chosen employer. The Bellwether report, entitled Is the Future Small?, surveyed solicitors currently working at small law firms, where the majority – two out of three of those surveyed – had previously worked in medium to top-tier firms.

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On 25 November 2019, the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) will launch its new regulatory model – but what does this mean for firms? In essence, it will allow solicitors greater flexibility in how they work. It will remove many prescriptive rules and take the burden off law firms, meaning their solicitors have freedom to use their own judgement to consider how they meet the SRA standards.

Some of the key changes include:

• Separate codes of conduct for firms and solicitors

• Simpler account rules

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We have recently secured a major deal to license, develop and support a product that is taking the accountancy sector by storm – it’s called Practice Portal. Price Bailey developed this groundbreaking platform as a direct result of getting a £500k quote from a major industry-renowned supplier and, in my opinion, quite rightly felt that there had to be a better way to harness the power of CRM firm wide without such a huge ongoing financial footprint.

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