Now in its seventh year, we are delighted to re-brand our eDiscovery & Legal Tech annual conference to ‘Legal Tech Ireland 2021’. This is the first year we will not be able to gather in a face to face setting, but are very pleased to be able to bring leading speakers and cutting-edge subjects to a virtual format.
Our event this year will take place on the 25thMarch 2021 and will cover a wide range of Legal Tech topics including:
Data Privacy implications from Brexit and Schrems 2
The Use of AI in Investigations
The Future of Law
Comms in a Crisis – Legal & Tech Considerations
Tech used to support managing remote teams
The panel of speakers includes members of the judiciary, senior counsel, leading solicitors, technical experts and thought leaders – both domestic and an international dimension with contributions from the US, UK and Germany.
The past year has changed work practices, environments and boarders – this conference is an opportunity to examine the fall-out and opportunities of these changes and the key role Legal Tech will play in shaping the next 12 months.
Join us on the 25thMarch 2021 to hear contributions from David Cohen (Reed Smith), Meribeth Banaschik (EY), Justice David Barniville, Stephen Dowling SC, Richard Willis (Arthur Cox), Chris Dale (eDisclosure Information Project), Karyn Harty (McCann Fitzgerald), George Socha (Reveal), Eoghan Kenny (A&L Goodbody), Ines Rubio (FTI Consulting), Paula Fearon (McCann Fitzgerald), Michael Sarlo (Haystack), Conor Gavin (FTI Consulting), Ricky Kelly (RDJ Solicitors), Declan Kearney (FTI Consulting)