LegalTech Wales at Swansea University

From artificial intelligence and blockchain, to online dispute resolution and digital platforms to improve access to justice, technology is transforming the nature of legal service delivery. The emerging “legaltech” sector also offers significant opportunities for start-up businesses, entrepreneurship in legal practice, and the development of a legaltech r&d cluster in wales.

LegalTech Wales aims to bring together a network of legal practitioners, technology companies, education providers, and other organisations interested in the application and impact of technology in legal practice. It will provide a forum to share news, trends and opportunities across the sector, and plans to run networking events, workshops and hackathons.

LegalTech Wales is operated by the Centre for Innovation and Entrepreneurship in Law at the Hillary Rodham Clinton School of Law, Swansea University, and is supported by the Law Society and CHERISH Digital Economy Centre.


LegalTech Wales Conference

Our first LegalTech Wales Conference on 31st January was a huge success. We had 100+ attendees from across the legal and technology sector and were privileged to have the support of some excellent speakers, including Christina BlacklawsVice-President of the Law Society of England and Wales and Professor Richard Susskind

The range of presentations given throughout the event can be downloaded and viewed using the links below and you can also read Dr Chris Marshall’s review of the event.