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Legaltech London

Across the Pond for the Latest Tech

Across the Pond for the Latest Tech LEGALTECH London will be held Oct. 31 - Nov. 1 at the new ExCel center. The conference will include seminars and vendor exhibits featuring the latest technology products and services. Details:

LegalTech London 2001 will offer a comprehensive educational program to enhance your exhibition visit with knowledge and learning. Three tracks include:

Track 1: STRATEGY & TECHNOLOGY - aimed at managing and senior partners, partners and executive directors from larger law firms, plus senior in-house lawyers.

Track 2: COMMUNICATIONS & TECHNOLOGY - aimed at lawyers and solicitors from smaller mid-sized firms who are beginning their e-Business strategy, plus IT directors, IT managers, practice managers and information managers.

Track 3: ADMINISTRATION - aimed at legal librarians, legal administrators, assistants, legal executives and trainees.

The conference will also include "Breakfast Briefings" to start each day at LegalTech London. The free, hour-long, focused briefings have been specifically designed for senior practice personnel. Breakfast Keynote Presentations (Strategy & Technology track) will explore the future of Europe's Law firms especially with the advent of all things "e!"

The Selection and Implementation breakfast briefings (Communications & Technology track) will tackle purchasing and implementing advice as well as a grounding for how to best utilize your time at LegalTech.

Here are some of the programs; for a full schedule see:


How to Survive the New IT Legal Age

Speakers: Martin Telfer, (Mallesons Stephen Jaques, Sydney)


The Paperless Court

Speaker: Steve Barsony (Ernst & Young), Derke Sweeting QC, Kelvin McGregor-Alcorn


Online Deal Rooms

Speakers: Elliot Rose (PA Consulting), Orlando Conetta/Tim Hanson (Linklaters), Janet Taylor Hall (Clifford Chance)


Security over the Web:

Speakers: David Sherwin/Trevor Horwitz (Ernst & Young LLP - UK)


Online Deal Rooms

Speakers: Elliot Rose (PA Consulting), Orlando Conetta/Tim Hanson (Linklaters), Janet Taylor Hall (Clifford Chance)


Making Online Legal Services Revolutionary, Not Evolutionary

Jay M. Jaffe (Jaffe Associates)


Knowledge Management: Critical Success Factors for Competitive Advantage

Speakers: Robert Van Hooser (Ernst & Young), Gretta Rusanow (Curve Consulting), David Main (Morgan Cole)


How to Link Your e-Business Stragey to Overall Business Objectives

Speakers: Andrew Levison (Baker Robbins & Co., John Janes (Ernst & Young), Greta Rusanow (Curve Consulting)

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