Legal technology event – 26 March 2020


How can legal services regulation support responsible technological innovation that improves access to justice?

As part of our work on legal services technology and its regulation, the Legal Services Board invites you to an event exploring different perspectives on the question: ‘How can legal services regulation support responsible technological innovation that improves access to justice?’

The discussions will cover:

  • The key ethical and consumer protection issues raised by technology in legal services
  • How regulation should respond to these issues
  • Why has legal technology innovation stalled and how can regulation help to unlock it?
  • This event is for people interested in or involved with using technology to deliver legal services or how it should be regulated.

Registration and refreshments from 3.00PM, with the event starting at 3:30PM.

Event closes at 6:30PM.

Panel chair, Oliver Buckley, Executive Director, Centre for Data Ethics and Innovation

Confirmed panellists include:

  • Jenifer Swallow, Tech Nation – Executive Delivery LawTech Delivery Panel
  • Julia Salaksy, CEO of Legl and Founder of CrowdJustice
  • Lorraine Robinson, Head of Legal, Farewill
  • Alison Hook, Co-Founder, Hook Tangaza
  • James Peters, LegalZoom, Vice-President, Legal, New Market Initiatives

See our technology pages to find out more about our work in this area.


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