The event’s ambassadors were a group of carefully selected individuals that brought unique skills and knowledge to the event. The event spread across two days and had several interesting speeches and talks by experienced people in the field. More than 210 organisations had registered to attend and participate in the event.
The first day of the event was themed around ‘tackling change in the legal profession’. The event began with a keynote lecture by Sir Clive Woodward about the era of turbulence and transformation of the legal field. He further went on to discuss how the changing trends can instill the quality of teachability to the practitioners of the profession.
The second day of the event continued to discuss changes in the legal domain with focus on Privacy in the Digital Age and the incorporation of AI. Day two began with a focus on Artificial Intelligence and slowly moved on to understand the need and importance to maintain a brand quality in the market.
The two day event concluded with the 2017 British Legal Awards that celebrate and commend innovation and excellence in the legal field. The event witnessed discussions ranging across various topics. The two-day event concluded, with majority of the firms recognising AI as their biggest strategy for 2018.