On 11 October 2019 in London, there will be a conference on Legal Innovation and you are invited! The organisers are delighted to offer a special discount on tickets for AIJA members of 30% on tickets, details of how to claim the discount are below. We are also organising a dinner for AIJA members after the conference (whether you have attended the conference or not).
The conference is organised by Richard Tromans, editor of Artificial Lawyer, who many of you will remember from his fascinating keynote speech in Tokyo.
Legal Innovators is about the real-life experiences of the people working at the cutting edge of solving their firm’s and their clients’ challenges through innovation. It will bring together experts in three central pillars of legal innovation: (a) AI, (b) automation, and (c) people and process.
When? Friday 11 October 2019, 08:00 – 19:00
Where? etc.venues St Paul's, 200 Aldersgate, St. Pauls, London EC1A 4HD, UK
To purchase tickets (and obtain the discount) – please email George quoting the discount code AIJA30
AIJA Members’ Dinner and Get-together
The SCILL and IP/TMT Commission are organising a fun get-together for AIJA members after the conference, starting with a dinner from 8pm and then moving onto a bar for dancing and drinks. There is no obligation for you to attend the conference – though, of course, we hope that many of you will. We are currently finalising the locations but in the meantime, please let Elena Kadelburger and Chloe Taylor know if you are interested in joining us. To enable us to book the locations, we’d ask people to let us know if you will be joining the dinner as soon as possible.
The dinner will be payable locally and Elena and Chloe will be in touch with the attendees with more information soon.
- Intellectual Property, Technology, Media, and Telecommunications
- Skills, Career, Innovation, Leadership and Learning (SCILL)
Fees & General InfoThere are currently no registration fees available.
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