Richard Susskind and Julie Brannan lead high profile speaker roster for next Wednesday’s event at Kings Place London
Leading figures from the world of legal education and training will descend on King’s Cross next Wednesday (22 May) for the country’s largest gathering of its type.
Delegates at Legal Cheek’s Future of Legal Education and Training Conference 2019 include learning & development and graduate recruitment teams from 70 top law firms and chambers, over 50 different universities and all the main legal profession regulators. Also in attendance will be journalists from Legal Cheek, The Telegraph and The Times, alongside representatives from legal tech companies, consultancies and charities. Find out more about the delegates.
They will hear from speakers including Professor Richard Susskind OBE, the preeminent voice on how tech is revolutionising law and legal education, and Julie Brannan, the driving force behind the new Solicitors Qualifying Examination (SQE), at the day-long event.
The Conference, now in its second year and jointly lead sponsored by BPP University Law School and The University of Law, takes place across three interlinked spaces at Kings Place London — the canal-side venue in King’s Cross that houses The Guardian and neighbours Google’s London headquarters.
It kicks off with a networking breakfast provided by award-winning caterers Green & Fortune followed by a series of TED-style talks from legal entrepreneurs. There will then be a session on the coming together of law, computer science and legal tech via partnerships between university faculties, law firms and tech companies.
After lunch the Conference, also backed by silver sponsors LexisNexis, Nottingham Law School and STEM Future Lawyers, splits into two streams with an SQE debate in Hall One and a panel session about the future of bar training in the St Pancras Room.
Super-exam architect Julie Brannan will headline the after-lunch session focusing on the practical effects of the new Solicitors Qualifying Examination (SQE) #FutureLegalEdConf2019 ?? https://t.co/C7UBzbr2qf pic.twitter.com/J1e55DGWJs
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Hear from @TalkingTech_CC co-head Jonathan Kewley about @CCGradsUK's new lawtech training contract during the headline morning session about cross-disciplinary skills ?⚖️ #FutureLegalEdConf2019 https://t.co/C7UBzbr2qf pic.twitter.com/shlNaQxLrv
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Patrick McCann, the global head of learning at magic circle firm @LinklatersGrads, will be sharing his thoughts on the SQE at the #FutureLegalEdConf2019 on 22 May ?? https://t.co/C7UBzbr2qf pic.twitter.com/Ow0uqxrrvV
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James Wakefield will discuss the @Inns_College’s plans to launch an affordable version of the BPTC during the future of bar training debate at the #FutureLegalEdConf2019 on 22 May ?? https://t.co/C7UBzbr2qf pic.twitter.com/XUbiPkELWb
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Laura Pinkney, head of @LawNLS’s Legal Advice Centre, one of the UK’s first fully-fledged teaching law firms, will kick off the headline afternoon session on clinical legal education at #FutureLegalEdConf2019 https://t.co/C7UBzbr2qf pic.twitter.com/Sjg1OTGcaz
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Influential entrepreneur Mary Bonsor, co-founder and CEO of @FlexOnDemand, will deliver a TED-style talk giving her view on how entrepreneurialism can be embedded to a greater extent in legal education and training ?️ #FutureLegalEdConf2019 https://t.co/C7UBzbr2qf pic.twitter.com/I3nl4BX8xM
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