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Wed, 18 Oct

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Glasgow

AI, Automation and Rapidly Innovating Technologies in Law Half-Day Conference

A half-day conference examining the challenges and opportunities facing the legal community in the face of AI, Automation and Rapidly Innovating Technologies in Law.

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AI, Automation and Rapidly Innovating Technologies in Law Half-Day Conference
AI, Automation and Rapidly Innovating Technologies in Law Half-Day Conference

Time & Location

18 Oct 2023, 09:30 – 13:00

Glasgow, 12 Nelson Mandela Pl, Glasgow G2 1BT, UK

About the event

About the Event:

Steve Dalgleish - What’s tech got to do with it? How technology can assist the evolution of your practice

Like it or not, technology is here to stay. How we choose to engage with it determines the value our firms can leverage and while it may seem daunting, the entry points may be lower than you think. From strategic programmes to tactical deployments right through to small incremental improvements, the key approaches are the same.

Lorna Gillies - The Private International Law aspects of AI: Which Court? What Law Applies?

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Steven Hill & Grant Yuill - AI & Automation

1. AI and Chat GPT – ‘Content Creation Revolution: Unleashing the Power of ChatGPT in Law Firm Marketing and Engagement’.

2. Legal Software Automation -  ‘Transforming Law Firm Efficiency with Automation in Practice Management Software’

Alex Holt - Risk Management for Law Firms: Mitigating Potential Pitfalls 

Alex will discuss what risk management is, compliance for law firms and practical steps firms can take towards effective risk management and compliance as well as discussing some quite horrifying real stories that show what can happen when risk and compliance isn't mitigated effectively. 

 

About the Speakers:

Tom Thomas (Harper Macleod) - Chairpeson 

Steve Dalgleish, Head of Technology, Shepherd and Wedderburn LLP

As Head of Technology, Steve is responsible for evaluating and implementing value-adding technology solutions. In 2020, he became the first non-lawyer to be accredited by the Law Society of Scotland as a legal technology specialist.

Working firm-wide, Steve ensures existing technology is used to deliver maximum benefit, and manages technology-related knowledge sharing to ensure teams are effectively communicating our broad range of value-add solutions to clients.

Steve has led on a broad range of firm-wide technology projects and client-facing applications and solutions that support core internal process, including the implementation and rollout of client reporting apps, machine learning tools, and workflow tools to simplify and standardise processes.

Lorna Gillies (Napier Univerity)

Steven Hill (Denovo) 

Alex Holt (The Cashroom)

Alex qualified as a Solicitor in 1993 and became a partner at two top 100 law firms before moving on to set up his own Executive Search business specialising in strategic resourcing and M&A for law firms. Alex then went on to join a global IT outsourcer called Steria where he created and delivered their strategy for developing a legal sector offering. In 2014 Alex joined Cashroom to head up Business Development and open Cashroom in England and Wales, and then the USA in 2022, leading new market and product exploration.

Tickets

  • Members

    By booking this ticket, you are declaring that you are a member of the Royal Faculty of Procurators in Glasgow. All records will be checked before attendance and invoices will be sent to those found in breech.

    £0.00
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  • Non-Members

    £150.00
    +£3.75 service fee
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