We will once again be exhibiting at this year’s Legal Futures Conference– an event focused on the future of the legal sector, during which well-known speakers from various backgrounds will be presenting their insights on the evolution of the market. Among them we mention: Christina Blacklaws- Co-operative Legal Services, Archana Makol- BT Law, Chris Kenny- Legal Services Board, Gabe Miller- Jacoby & Meyers.
The event will take place this Thursday, the 7th of November so register today if you want to prepare yourself for the future and claim 5 hours of CPD training in the meanwhile.
We are very interested to hear what these experts have to say about the legal sector so we can adjust and develop our case management software and practice management solutions accordingly in order to empower our clients to grow and thrive no matter the challenges they will encounter. We are very much looking forward to hearing the Patricia Greer’s predictions following the reports recently published by the Law Society.
As stated on Legal Futures’ website, the other sessions will include:
– a debate on what it takes to build a brand in the legal sector;
– a discussion on the potential avenues for innovation that law firms should take in order to cope with the new challenges of this industry- unbundling, employee ownership of law firms, dispersed practices and collective marketing;
– what the future holds in store for ABSs;
– the key regulatory, financial and business issues facing the law now and in the future.
Here is how the organisers present the event: ‘’It is aimed at those who need to understand the competitive pressures that are affecting all legal practices and will showcase the innovative responses that are being developed now to ensure firms survive and thrive by 2020.’’
Come and say hello to Gavin Wilson- one of our Business Development Executives- who will be able to tell you what makes our case management software products the right solutions for forward-thinking legal practices.
Added By: DPS Software | Date Added: 5th Nov 2013