Theatre 4 - sponsored by Clio

We are excited to have Clio Technology Plc sponsor Theatre 4 which will welcome a host of experts from across the legal industry delivering top notch seminars across both days.

Wednesday 27th March

Thursday 28th March

speaker

11.00 - 11.45

Nick Francis - Clio

Law firm marketing—practical advice on marketing for law firms.

Digital marketing. SEO. Blogging. Billboard ads. No matter how you are thinking of doing it, law firm marketing, or the practice of attracting new potential clients to their law firm, can consume a lot of time and energy. This seminar will help you understand where you need to make sure you’re investing money and time, so that you can focus on running your law firm and practicing law.

speaker

12.00 - 12.45

George Steven - Nalytics

Take the Pain Out of Preparing Subject Access Requests (SARs)

Law firms are struggling to respond to SARs in the time allowed (30 days), and generally do not have defined processes in place. This talk will discuss how law firms could streamline their SAR response process, making it quicker and easier to prepare a SAR response and improve their accuracy. A leading law firm will talk about their own challenges in preparing SAR responses and how they overcome these.

speaker

13.00 - 13.45

Dave Horton - OneTrust

Navigating the New ePrivacy Regulation: Ad Tech Disruption for Lawyers

The ePrivacy Regulation will have a profound effect on advertising moving forward. Faced with legal and financial ramifications for ignoring a consumer’s privacy rights, advertisers and their legal teams must rethink data collection, use, and retention methods. We’ll share the latest updates and what to expect from the impending Regulation, the industry impact, and key considerations regarding cookies and consent to appropriately address legal requirements in both GDPR and ePrivacy.

speaker

14.00 - 14.45

Bart van Wanroij - Epona Legal

Turn Microsoft Office 365 into your Legal Document Management System

Use the standard capabilities of Microsoft Office 365 and turn it into your next generation Legal DMS in just a couple of clicks. Epona will show you the top 10 changes in Office 365 law firms and corporate legal departments have applied to enable legal workflows on standard Microsoft. Send secure e-mails, share documents, use GDPR auditing, run version workflow. Office 365 is ready for it, are you ready?

speaker

15.00 - 15.45

Chang Zi Qian - INTELLLEX

Why A.I.-enabled knowledge management is the foundation for New-Law

At its foundation, lawyering is about turning legal knowledge into solutions for clients. These solutions are rarely so novel that there aren't existing work products for lawyers to reference. As a result, lawyers spend a significant amount of time searching for access to this knowledge. As the industry moves towards automation and the use of AI becomes more mainstream, more attention should be given to how the creation, management, consumption and distribution of knowledge within law firms can be automated. The law firms of tomorrow must develop capabilities to turn dormant data into intellectual capital, giving them more leverage on their billings. This seminar will discuss why KM is a key function for law firms and the benefits of deploying A.I. in this

speaker

16.00 - 16.45

Irmantas Levanas - Clio

Practicing client-centered lawyering

Being client-centered means reflecting on how clients perceive your firm and taking steps to improve their experience. Creating a client-centered practice will lead to less questions and confusion for clients meaning faster client onboarding and ultimately more revenue. This seminar will cover practical steps to help you bridge the gap between your client’s perception of your firm and the reality of the service you are providing them.