The one-day conference will take the same approach as Legal Innovators in London, with a strong focus on all parts of the legal ecosystem and how they fit together, with speakers from top law firms such as Wilson Sonsini and Orrick; the inhouse world, such as from Google and Facebook; to a wide range of legal tech companies including Time By Ping and eBrevia; as well as law companies in the shape of Elevate, and many more.
The core idea that Artificial Lawyer has focused on in shaping this conference is that legal tech does not exist in isolation. So, Legal Innovators is all about the intersection of multiple factors that are shaping the legal sector: technology and innovation (naturally), but also new business models, new forms of legal production and delivery, and new professional roles.
The event will be held in central San Francisco at Bespoke Westfield, 845 Market St, and will run all day.
California has been chosen for this legal tech conference because it’s a continually growing centre for legal tech and legal innovation in general, according to Artificial Lawyer. The number of legal tech companies with HQs or significant bases in California keeps rising and there’s plenty of innovative work taking place among law firms, clients, and other legal services providers there. And of course, it’s home to some of the largest, epoch-shaping companies on the planet.
Ticket information can be found here.