LEGAL GROWTH GEEK
THANK YOU FOR ATTENDING
LEGAL GROWTH GEEK 2023!
THANK YOU for attending our first ever SME law firm-focused conference! It was inspiring to witness such a diverse and passionate group of legal professionals come together under one roof, exchanging ideas, sharing knowledge, and forging valuable connections. See you next year! 🎉
LEGAL GROWTH GEEK 2023 HIGHLIGHTS
LEGAL GROWTH GEEK SPEAKERS
People Hacker and Social Engineer
Jenny Radcliffe is a world-renowned Social Engineer, hired to bypass security systems through a no-tech mixture of psychology, con-artistry, cunning and guile. She can diffuse a crisis situation, talk her way into a secure building, and spot a psychopath at a hundred paces. She has been called a mind reader and a “human lie detector,” and likened to a Jedi Knight. In reality, she is an expert in social engineering (the human element of security), negotiation, persuasion and influence, and non-verbal communication and deception
Director of Platform Services
Law and Broader
Director of Regulatory Policy
Solicitors Regulation Authority
Head of Product
Head of Customer Success & Partnerships
DR. HEATHER ANSON
Head of Practice Transformation
Mishcon de Reya
Head of Operations
Senior Partner and Founder
Sorainen and Crespect
Partner & Director
Lawyer & Legal Tech Founder
Challenge Director – Next Generation Services Innovate UK
Founder & Director
Head of New Business & Account Management
Subject Matter Expert
Head of Legal
McCarthy & Stone (Developments)
Partner and Head of Middle East Desk
Ronald Fletcher Baker
GERARD P HODGKINSON
Professor of Strategic Management and Behavioural Science
University of Manchester
Business Development Director
Vice President of Client Development
Why you should attend
Doors open at 8.30am and first session on stage at 10am.
Ticket holders will be emailed a detailed agenda accessible on our official event app.
Almost Legal - People hacking and security
Jenny Radcliffe, People Hacker and Social Engineer
“People Hacker” Jenny Radcliffe discusses her life and career, and the tactics, methods and motivations of malicious social engineers.
The regulator’s view: innovation and technology in legal services
Chris Handford, Director of Regulatory Policy, Solicitors Regulation Authority
Learn about the work the SRA does and how we actively support those we regulate and startups targeting the legal sector.
the latest from the law society
Ian Jeffery, CEO, The Law Society
Hear from the CEO of The Law Society
A is for Automation
Catherine Bamford, Founder, BAM Legal
A practical talk on automating your legal services, how to get started, which services to pick and which tools to use.
How to Become a Truly Antifragile Law Firm
Sarah Murphy, General Manager – EMEA, Clio
Find out how firms that become antifragile can thrive amidst chaos and succeed despite adversity.
Getting the Most Out of Your Legal Tech Investment
Aku Sorainen, Senior Partner and Founder, Sorainen and Crespect Law Firm Sorainen has successfully managed a firm-wide deployment of legal tech, and the founder Aku Sorainen will share some valuable learnings on how to: adjust firm’s culture to innovation, keep up-to-date with legal tech developments, and use technology to retain talent in the legal industry.
The rise of the Augmented Lawyer
Siska Lannoo, Head of Customer Success & Partnerships, Henchman
Learn examples of how technology (such as AI) can help lawyers become more enabled to act as experts in the field.
The Law of Attraction (& Retention)
Chrissie Wolfe, Founder, Law and Broader
“The Great Resignation” of 2021 is showing no signs of slowing and the war on talent rages stronger than ever. In this session, we’ll explore what’s driving the big quit and how employers can combat it – without breaking the bank.
what tech to buy and when?
Kieren Windsor, Director of Platform Services, Bamboo Platform
Peter Wright, Managing Director, DigitalLawUK
Dr Heather Anson, Director, Anson Evaluate
Kirsty Pappin, Founder, Aries LPM
A senior representative from InnovateUK
Tech adoption in Small Firms
James Brown, Partner, Hall Brown
Kerstin Morgan, Head of Practice Transformation, Mishcon de Reya
Lauren Colbeck, Head of Product, Access Legal
Jennifer Dougal, Head of Operations, Jefferies Solicitors
THE ROADMAP OF CHANGE FOR DIGITAL ID IN PROPERTY
DIGITILISATION OF WILLS
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Ticket holder faqs
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Tickets: Event sold out. You need a ticket to attend, join the waitlist
Timings: Wednesday 7th June. Ticket holders arrive from 8.30am. Talks are between 10am – 4pm. Evening drinks are in the venue until 7pm
Entrance: Ticket holders arrive at 150 Brick Lane, London, E1 6QL (access via a venue called ’93 Feet East’)
Dress code: Casual, please dress comfortably, our preference is no ties
Access the full agenda? Ticket holders can download our event app – search inbox for an email from [email protected] with access details
Cloakroom: There is a very small cloakroom, please avoid bringing large bags
Closest station - London Liverpool Street
(Trains, Circle Line, Central Line, Hammersmith & City Line, Metropolitan Line and Elizabeth Line)