Listen to key figures from the legal sector share their thoughts on the future of law and the legal profession.
Sir Geoffrey Vos, chancellor of the High Court, gave the inaugural speech to launch our Future of Law lecture series.
Dominic Grieve QC MP, former attorney general, considers the current challenges to the rule of law in the UK and explores what the legal profession can do to uphold and defend it.
Michelle Bramley, global head of knowledge at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer, talks about bribery and corruption and what is being done both domestically and internationally to tackle it.
Julia Salasky, CEO and founder of CrowdJustice, shares her experiences of facilitating access to justice through technology and explores what solutions the future might hold.
Justice minister Lucy Frazer QC MP shares her thoughts on what the future holds for the justice system and what this means for the profession.
Shruti Ajitsaria and David Howorth speak about the role of tech innovation spaces and the benefits of lawtech for firms.
Key players in the legal sector discuss the changes being driven by the Legal Services Act, the economy, changing client expectations, and globalisation.
Nick Denys discusses the findings of Matthew Taylor's far-reaching review of modern employment practices with Matthew Taylor, Sir David Metcalf and Shantha David.
Catherine Reed speaks to Susannah Haan, Michael McKee and Robert Bourns on the implementation of the Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID) II for 2018.
Deputy vice president Simon Davis discusses the future of international financial disputes post-Brexit with Hon. Mr Justice Robin Knowles CBE and Professor Jeffrey Golden.
Tim Smith discusses the future of UK environmental law with Amanda Carpenter, Caroline May, Matthew Gingall and Tom West.
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