On Friday February 10, Clifford Chance (CC) and Clifford Chance Applied Solutions (CCAS) had the privilege to co-sponsor Inspire Legal 2.0 alongside EY.

Inspire.Legal 2.0 focused on collaboration: who on the legal landscape needs to work together more effectively? why? and how might we achieve it?  

On a range of key frontiers - from legal services providers working with clients and law companies to better serve the client’s unique interests, to technology providers cooperating with customers and other technology providers to create more inter-operable systems and integrated workflow solutions, to law schools coordinating with employers to ensure that lawyers in training receive the requisite experiential learning - the future of legal depends on different stakeholders joining forces to understand when and how they might collaborate to achieve greater results, together.

During the event, many thought-leaders in legal came together and engaged in discussion about all things innovation and tech in law. It allowed CC and CCAS to collaborate with our friends at EY and together drive positive change in the industry.

A big shout out to Christian Lang for organizing. The best write up of the Legal Week 2020 and InspireLegal 2.0 was by Bob Ambrogi (who else): In Search Of Innovation At 3 Legal Conferences.