MP, Lord Chancellor and Secretary of State for Justice, the Rt Hon David Gauke, and President of The Law Society and Chair, Technology and the Law Commission,  Christina Blacklaws, will open the Artificial Intelligence in Legal Services Summit, which is being held under a partnership between City & Financial Global and the Law Society of England and Wales, in Central London on the 4th June 2019.


This high-profile summit will be the official launch of the final report from the Technology and Law Commission’s investigation into the use of AI in the justice system, a collaborative programme which has drawn together insights from industry, academia, political science, civil society, law enforcement and regulators.

The conference will also examine in depth the wider impact of AI on the UK legal sector, including future skill requirements, how legal services will be delivered in the future, the implications for the current business models of legal practitioners and how AI may change the relationship between the providers of legal services and their clients as society adjusts to an AI-enabled world.


Who will be leading the discussions?

Sophia Adams Bhatti, Director of Legal and Regulatory Policy, The Law Society

Sir William Blair, Professor of Financial Law and Ethics at the Centre for Commercial Law Studies, QMUL and Associate Member, 3VB

Professor Richard Susskind OBE, President, Society for Computers and Law

Sue Daley, Head of Programme, Data, Analytics & AI, TechUK

Nick West, Chief Strategy Officer, Mischcon de Reya LLP

Silkie Carlo, Director, Big Brother Watch

Lord Clement-Jones, Former Chair, House of Lords Select Committee on Artificial Intelligence and Co-Chair, All-Party Parliamentary Group on AI

Duncan C.Card, Senior Partner and Co-Chair, Technology Law Practice, Bennett Jones LLP

Paul Loftus, Managing Director, Head of Legal: Retail Products and Segments, Barclays UK

Dr Hannah Knox, Associate Professor of Anthropology, UCL

Reena Sengupta, Founder, RSG Consulting

Daniel B. Rodriguez, Former Dean, Northwestern Pritzker School of Law

Chris Wray, Chief Legal Officer, Mattereum

Prof Sylvie Delacroix, Professor of Law and Ethics, University of Birmingham

Andrea Coomber, Director, Justice

Dr Anna Donovan, Lecturer in Law, Faculty of Laws


What will you hear about?

  • Current state and future potential of Artificial Intelligence
  • Algorithms in the Justice System – current state of play, ethics and future outlook
  • Wider societal impacts of Al and its future
  • Future skills and job requirements for the professions with a focus on law, banking and accountancy
  • Future of legal practice and the firm in the future. Organisational and business model implications for firms


Who will be attending?

Law practitioners, academics, tech professionals, civil liberties organisations, companies that make algorithms, public bodies that use them, and anyone who has an interest in technology, the rule of law and human rights.

Register now

If you’d like to register for tickets, simply visit hereAs demand for attendance at the event is likely to be high, early booking is recommended.

Vendors: £495 +VAT

Legal practitioners: £275 + VAT

Tech start up: £150+VAT

Legal practitioners: £275+VAT

Public sector / Government bodies: £150+VAT

Non profits and academia: £150+VAT

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