Professional Support Lawyer 2016 – London

In a legal environment where clients are demanding more and more from law firms, there is increasing pressure for law firms to reduce cost and deliver an improved service.

As a legal professional at the heart of day-to-day knowledge regarding business development, case law, sharing up-to-date knowledge with the team and helping partners prepare for and deliver pitches, professional support lawyers (PSLs) face a wide range of challenges every day.

But with challenges like these, opportunities aren’t far away. PSLs are close enough to the detail that comprises client service that enables them to add value, streamline processes and share knowledge in new and innovative ways.

Could you benefit from understanding how you can add value to your role as a PSL? Or perhaps you want to uncover how to streamline the work you do and expand your core competencies?

Professional Support Lawyer 2016 can help you.

Focusing on how PSLs can optimise their role and further prove ROI to the firm, this conference is your chance to benchmark success.

Register your place to:
Understand how senior partners are leveraging the role of the PSL in a way that optimises client service

Find new ways to overcome traditional everyday challenges

Identify ways to improve knowledge sharing with your internal stakeholder team

Uncover roles and responsibilities of other PSLs at different firms to understand how you can further add value

Discover new technologies that will streamline your work, save time, and save money

Pose questions to senior leaders and uncover the secrets to their success

Brainstorm, network and collaborate with your professional peers

Hear from professional support lawyers at:
White and Case
Taylor Wessing
Gateley Plc
Baker and McKenzie
Kennedys Law LLP
Civil Aviation Authority
CMS Cameron McKenna

Speakers: Melanie Farquharson (3Kites Consulting), Alicia Hardy (White and Case), Jeremy Ford (White and Case), Sophie Brookes (Gateley plc), Simon Marshall (Burges Salmon LLP), Jane Bradbury (Slaughter and May), Liz Williams, Angela Mills (Civil Aviation Authority), Nancy Holland Jones (Sky), Roger McDonald (CMS Cameron McKenna), Mark Gould (Mark Gould Consultancy), Jeremy Hopkins (Clerkingwell Consulting), Michelle Bramley (Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer), Karen Battersby (Charles Russell Speechlys), Andrew Telling (Taylor Wessing), Lucinda Soon (Kennedys Law LLP), Emma Wheeler (Charles Russell Speechlys)

Early bird discount 1 (expires 28 July 2016) save £100: GBP 495
Early bird discount 2 (expires 1 September 2016) save £50: GBP 545
Standard price (bookings after 1 September 2016): GBP 595

Category: Conferences | Business and Economics


Time: 8:30 am – 5:15 pm

Venue details:
CCT Venues, 40 Bank Street Canary Wharf, London, E14 5NR, United Kingdom