John Espley

LEAP Legal Software

John Espley, a senior member of the LEAP’s UK executive team has worked in the legal software industry for almost 15 years. During this time, and wearing a variety of different hats, John has witnessed great change in the way technology has altered roles and working methods throughout the profession. John and his team have helped thousands of small to mid-sized law firms think differently about the way they work, working smarter, better and faster by taking full advantage of new innovations available to them.

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The Rise of the Digital Law Firm

Its simplicity of use, affordability and return on investment is why emerging digital technology is changing the face of the legal profession. Causing a tide of ‘disruption’ digital technology encourages new entrants to the profession, provides the flexibility of alternative business models and streamlines processes, helping law firms to thrive in a competitive market.   Drawing on years of experience in the profession and providing an insight into legal software development this session will inform and enlighten attendees looking to future-proof their practice.

John Espley will be speaking in the following theatres:

Keynote 1 - Wednesday 11.00 - 11.45: The Rise of the Digital Law Firm

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