Final call to join 250+ for legal tech event

There are now just a handful of seats left for next month’s Legal Tech Summit

Final call to join 250+ for legal tech event
There are now less than twenty seats left for next month’s inaugural Legal Tech Summit in Sydney.

With over 250 legal professionals registered to date, Australasian Lawyer readers planning to attend are encouraged to book their seat now to avoid disappointment.

There are two ticket types available – a Tech Talks Pass priced at just $145 that provides access to a series of 20 minute bite-sized talks presented by industry experts that will cover a variety of topics from AI to data security, cost-effective tech solutions and more.

Alternatively, delegates can upgrade to a full Conference Pass which includes access to the main conference program in addition to the Tech Talks.

The full agenda for the event is available online.

The diverse speaker line-up at the Legal Tech Summit includes Gilbert+Tobin managing partner Danny Gilbert; David Vaile, executive director of Cyberspace Law and Policy Centre; Telstra legal counsel Mary Roberts; and sprintlaw co-founder Tomoyuki Hachigo. 

The Legal Tech Summit will be held at Sydney’s Westin Hotel on 2 November. For more information, visit

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