Julian Bryan

The Legal Software Suppliers Association (LSSA)

Julian Bryan is Chair of the Legal Software Suppliers Association (LSSA). The LSSA is the UK industry body for legal systems developers and vendors. Representing most of the leading UK legal software suppliers, it aims to both set and maintain professional standards within the industry and manage areas of mutual interest between lawyers and software providers.

The LSSA has numerous links with legislative bodies – such as the Land Registry, LAA, Law Society, etc – and is committed to developing clear channels of communication to enable law firms to gain the maximum benefit from their selected software solutions.

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Legal Technology – hear from the experts and ask them your questions

Julian Bryan is Chair of the Legal Software Suppliers Association (LSSA). He will give a short overview on how technology can best help lawyers run their businesses. Julian will be joined by colleagues from the LSSA, senior figures in leading legal technology firms, to answer audience questions about current and future use of technology in the legal market. Be ready with your questions!

Julian Bryan will be speaking in the following theatres:

Theatre 8 - Wednesday 13.00 - 13.45: Legal Technology – hear from the experts and ask them your questions

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