Legal Week Private Client Forum Americas will unite the most senior private client lawyers from North America, Central and South America to address key issues facing private client practitioners. Taking place in February 2015, the forum will provide the perfect combination of thought-provoking sessions, together with ample opportunity to meet and network with fellow industry peers, enabling you to build new and existing friendships. We are privileged to announce that Joshua Rubenstein of Katten Muchin Rosenman will be chairing our forum. Joshua is known by many in the private client world to be not only a top level trust and estates lawyer, but a charismatic and extremely influential character who will lead our forum with great expertise. Bookings: email email@example.com
Returning as our trusted chair for Legal Week's ninth annual Trust & Estates Litigation Forum, Shân Warnock-Smith QC of 5 Stone Buildings, UK and ICT Chambers, Cayman Islands will lead the world's elite in the field of trust and estate litigation to share and compare tactics and strategies. Experts will pool their experience of both familiar and less familiar jurisdictions in a unique and informal collegiate atmosphere in which the contributions of both speakers and delegates are welcomed and valued. The secret of the forum's success, developed over the past eight years, lies in the quality of the speakers and delegates it attracts from many of the key jurisdictions in the world and their willingness to participate actively in the programme. Conference bookings: Steve Hands +44 (0)20 7316 9819 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Global Independent Law Firms Forum 2015 brings together managing partners and senior
management from independent law firms from across the globe to debate and discuss challenges facing their firms. The event will also include a networking
reception on the evening prior to the conference, to allow delegates the
opportunity to network with peers from across Europe and emerging and
Conference bookings: Email email@example.com
Innovation leads the pack. Innovation reinvents the wheel. Innovation stands out. The Legal Innovation Awards has arrived. We are here to recognise and reward those who drive the industry forward and generate increased results through applying imagination and ingenuity to create new processes and ideas. The Legal industry continues to develop and adapt but there are some within the sector that go beyond. It is time to acknowledge those who do things differently. For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org
The eighth annual Corporate Counsel Forum Middle East brings together high profile general counsel, senior in-house lawyers and
business leaders from the Gulf jurisdictions to debate and discuss the
challenges they are facing in a one-day conference. The programme provides a
balance of legal and management topics.
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Hosted by Legal Week (organisers of The British Legal Awards) and the Corporate Counsel Middle East Group, these awards will celebrate legal excellence in the Middle East and are open to in-house legal teams and law firms operating throughout the region. The judging panel will be made up of in-house lawyers and other legal and business figures from the region.
Categories include General Counsel of the Year, Legal Department of the Year, Legal Team of the Year and Law Firm of the Year. There will also be a series of sector-based awards to celebrate the achievements of law firm teams working across the Middle East. Table bookings: Dean Cousins, tel. +44 20 7484 9924, email firstname.lastname@example.org or book online at www.corporatecounselmiddleeastawards.com
Legal Week Strategic Technology Forum is the annual meeting place for legal technology leaders and chief operating officers. With the business climate continuously changing, this year’s event will focus on how IT can integrate further into the core of law firm strategy. Ultimately, the IT function should enable lawyers and their support staff to carry out their jobs more efficiently and effectively. STF is armed with a host of practical sessions that will offer a fresh perspective on tomorrow’s law firm structures and how IT will have to adapt. Leading CIOs, partners, global consultants and security specialists will cover the changing legal market, security risk, infrastructure alignment, project management and client side perspectives to name but a few. Conference bookings: Email email@example.com
Uniting senior private client practitioners from the UK and beyond, the evening will invite debate from our audience, who will interact with our esteemed panel of speakers to discuss key issues and developments for practitioners today. The evening will be followed by networking drinks.
For answers to these questions and more join us for An Audience with... Private client, where leading experts will debate these important and timely topics, offering valuable opinion and insights into the challenges and opportunities which arise. Bookings: firstname.lastname@example.org
The 13th annual Corporate Counsel Forum will take place in the UK in September 2015. Corporate Counsel Forum is the annual meeting place for leading general counsel in Europe, to debate the most pertinent and vexing issues they face. The forum has gone from strength to strength and its success lies in the dedication of both speakers and delegates to providing a first-rate programme and the opportunity to share ideas and experiences with peers. Conference bookings: email@example.com
The thirteenth annual Legal Week International Private Client Forum 2015 will once again be chaired by Basil Zirinis of Sullivan & Cromwell (UK & USA) and Rupert Ticehurst of Berwin Leighton Paisner (UK). This pre-eminent annual conference for leading international private client lawyers will take place on 13-15 November 2014 at the Villa d'Este, in Lake Como in northern Italy. The theme of this year's Legal Week Private Client Forum is 'Navigating through instability'. The role of the international private client adviser has always been to anticipate risk and protect against it. Historically, in many jurisdictions those risks may have been limited to economic, tax and family conflict. Conference bookings: Steve Hands, tel. +44 (0)20 7316 9819 or email