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Gleneagles is a sell-out event!

“If you can’t create the business case to attend Gleneagles, you shouldn’t be in your job.”



Having circulated the finalised agenda for our legal CIO conference in Gleneagles Hotel at the end February, the event is at capacity and we are creating a first come, first served waiting list as well as looking at ways to extend the number of delegates.

The conference includes some fantastic presentations and panel sessions but also built-in workshops and discussion groups covering an in-depth look at all the issues you’ve told us you care about.

Highlights include:

Global law firm DLA Piper was among organisations across the world affected by a major cyber attack in June 2017. Chief information officer Daniel Pollick will describe how the firm responded and recovered; and

The Big Four: KPMG UK General Counsel Jeremy Barton and EY’s UK Law Leader Matthew Kellett will discuss with Legal IT Insider editor in chief Caroline Hill not just the threat from the Big Four, but what law firms can learn in terms of AI, process and automation and what the future competition will look like.

Moving to the cloud: Microsofts National Technology Officer, Michael Wignall will present its cloud strategy and roadmap for legal

The Two Mike’s: Rebeiro Vs Giles – Implementing wholesale change is never easy. We’ll hear from speakers who have managed the roll out of ERPs LexisOne and SAP, followed by workshop discussions around wider change management challenges.

Pricing:  Julian Short, Managing Director, Accenture Strategy

We have panel sessions and workshops led by numerous leading industry figures on the following topics:

Lessons learned and ‘how-tos’ from first movers to the cloud and Microsoft’s roadmap for legal;

the practical implementation of AI;

pricing; process and automation;

change management;

using technology to engage your people and facilitating high-performance teams; and

what the IT department and workplace of the future look like.

The conference – including networking activities – is paid for by our fantastic sponsors, who we can’t thank enough. They include:


BSO Networks


Duo Security

Fulcrum Global Technologies







Paper River Consulting

Peppermint Technology



Thomson Reuters Elite


Tricostar; and


To view the full conference agenda please CLICK HERE