Experts on legal tech to share insights at inaugural event

The Super Saver offer on tickets to the inaugural Legal Tech Summit will end this Friday

Experts on legal tech to share insights at inaugural event
The Super Saver offer on tickets to the inaugural Legal Tech Summit will end this Friday. Delegates who book this week can register for as low as $300 per person, saving over $500 compared to the standard rate.

The one-day conference will bring together leaders from a wide range of firms and in-house teams to provide lawyers from across Australia with the latest insights into legal technology.

Delegates will benefit from a varied program covering topics like AI and how it will change the face of law; the true capabilities of blockchain; Ethereum and smart contracts; and how to make the right legal technology investment choices.

View the full conference schedule

Australasian Lawyer readers interested in attending the event are encouraged to reserve their seats this week to save over $500 with the Super Saver offer; further discounts apply to team bookings of four or more delegates.

The Legal Tech Summit will be held at The Westin Sydney on 2 November.


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