Briefing Transformation conference 2016

This conference will deliver focused and thought provoking topics that give delegates access to fresh and innovative ideas from high calibre speakers both inside and outside the legal market. Expect to see expert panels of leaders in business transformation and executives from law firms leading the transformation of their businesses.

Market pressures on law firms from new entrants to legal businesses with completely reformed cost bases and structures have created a need to radically transform the way law firms go to market, carry out their work, and even structure their businesses.

This unique one-day conference is specifically aimed at large UK, European and US law firms.

Speakers and panellists:

  • Jonathan Brenner, co-founder, Lawyers on Demand
  • Albert Bollard, associate partner, McKinsey & Company
  • Bryan Pickup, partner, King & Wood Mallesons 
  • Andrew Try, managing director, ComXo
  • Jonny Voon, lead technologist, internet of things (IoT), and cyber security, Innovate UK
  • Barry Talbot, managing director, Informance
  • Jeremy Hopkins, Clerkingwell (ex-Riverview)
  • Tony Parish, chairman, G3 Comms
  • Tony Williams, principal, Jomati Consultants
  • Nick West, chief strategy officer, Mishcon de Reya (ex-Axiom)
  • Liz Pattison, associate director, programme and project management, Arup 
  • Simon Levine, global co-CEO, DLA Piper
  • Dave Hale, MI manager, DAC Beachcroft 
  • Tae Royle, head of digital legal services, Ashurst
  • Chris  Jeffery,  director,  legal  markets,  Thomson  Reuters
  • Libby Jackson, global head of alternative legal services, Herbert Smith Freehills

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Event Details

Date:16 June 2016
Time:9:00am - 5:30pm
Location:Grange Tower Bridge Hotel, 45 Prescot Street, London, E1 8GP
Price:Price £425.00 + VAT or Special 'Triple Pass' for only £995+vat
The above prices only applies to people in law firms. Please contact Holly McDaid (0870 112 5058) if you are not employed by a law firm regarding other opportunities