LEGAL ®EVOLUTION is a premier legal tech event in Europe addressing the digital transformation of the law. We are the definitive interface connecting law firms, legal departments, legal tech companies, scientists, and policymakers.
In conjunction with our integrated academic congress, our exhibition area gathers the most innovative legal technology solutions available today. Using these resources and networking opportunities, participants will learn how to survive and thrive in the digital revolution.
Meet the leaders of the legal tech industry
Learn about innovative technology and legal tech solutions
Connect and form lasting bonds with client and peer alike
45 exhibitors and exhibiting sponsors from Germany, Europe and the United States form the backbone of LEGAL ®EVOLUTION 2017. Representing a cross-section of the best the legal tech industry has to offer, their products and services are emblematic of the thematic diversity that will characterize the practice of law in the future. Their exhibitions will likewise introduce new concepts and best-practices that will further redefine the relationship between lawyer and client and democratize access to the law.
LEGAL ®EVOLUTION 2017 will host 40 authoritative speakers whose mission is to empower legal professionals to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of their work through the use of legal technology. They will explore how today’s most forward-looking innovators are bridging the gap between “traditional” law firm/ legal department business models and ones pioneered by Legal-Tech solution providers and startups.
LEGAL ®EVOLUTION 2017 - The European LegalTech Expo & Congress offers two conference tracks: A) Efficiency Tools and B) Automation of the Law.
Track A will focus on the future of the law firm and legal department as an organization, the use of technology to increase the efficiency and reliability of legal services, and the introduction of new best practices.
Track B will look forward to how new technology will redefine the work of lawyers in the future. It will particularly take into account the innovations affecting how the law is practiced, applied and interpreted using tools such as legal databases, algorithms, artificial intelligence, artificial neural networks, machine learning, computational law and blockchains.