Archive for the ‘Legal tech’ Category


ILBF Competition 2021—runners-up essays

Legal technology is a crucial and inevitable development in the practice of law. The ILBF’s inaugural law undergraduate essay competition provided law students with a fantastic opportunity to think about how legal technology can be harnessed to improve access to justice in the legal profession. The submitted essays explored a great range of perspectives, ideas […]

ILBF Competition 2021—winning essay

Our first law undergraduate essay competition has been a resounding success. We are delighted that Jude D’Alesio’s winning essay has been published in ThoughtLeaders4 FIRE Magazine, Issue 9 ‘Fire International’. The magazine has a readership across the legal profession and provides a fantastic platform for Jude’s insights and ideas. The question we asked law undergraduates […]

Law undergraduate essay competition announcement

We are delighted to announce the winner of our law undergraduate essay competition! Lord Thomas of Cwmgiedd and Professor Richard Susskind OBE announce the winner in this short film. The response to the competition was excellent with submissions from students at universities all over the UK.  We would like to congratulate all the entrants for […]

ILBF Legal Tech event

Our ‘Legal Tech: Do you want to compete with these emerging systems or do you want to build them?’ event, hosted by Lexis Nexis UK, took place on 19 January 2022. We were joined by Chris O’Connor from LexisNexis, Charles Brecque from Legislate, and Nick Sherman and Frankie Garcia from Mind Foundry, with Ellen Lake […]