Conference season isn’t over yet! Here’s a conference happening later this month “across the pond” – Ireland’s Legal Tech Conference 2022!
Ireland’s Legal Tech Conference 2022 is a one-day conference happening on November 29th at Croke Park Stadium in Dublin and it’s conducted by La Touche Training. It gathers law firms, government departments, corporates, general counsel, in-house lawyers, regulatory agencies, eDiscovery providers, advisors and much more for an enlightening conference focusing on best practices and the latest trends and developments.
The program starts off with the Key Note Address by Justice Leonie Reynolds: How embracing technology can make discovery and investigations more cost effective – an update from the Civil Justice Review Group. The rest of the agenda includes great legal tech topics, such as:
- Cyber Incidents & Managing Risk in Investigations
- How are Government Agencies embracing technology in investigations
- The importance of Networking post Covid
- Cryptocurrency and Blockchain
- Managing data from multiple sources
- Embracing AI in Legal
It also includes 6 General Continuing Professional Development (CPD) hours credit!
The cost to attend is €275 per person, which includes lunch and drinks’ reception. There’s also a 20% group rate available. Very reasonable for a day’s worth of CPD education and networking! If you’re going to be in the Dublin area on November 29th, consider registering – you can do so here!
So, what do you think? Are you located in Ireland and looking for some legal tech education? If so, consider registering for Ireland’s Legal Tech Conference 2022! And please share any comments you might have or if you’d like to know more about a particular topic.
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