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Law Firm Business & IT Leaders Forum

Calico Legal Solutions Group / Baskerville Drummond Consulting

Thursday, 13 June 2019 from 09:30 to 16:45 (BST)

Law Firm Business & IT Leaders Forum

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Attendee 12 Jun 2019 Free  

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Calling law firm leaders to attend to share experiences and discuss practical solutions to the most pressing issues for legal firms on strategic risk - from cyber and reputational risks to working with the right strategic partners for your firm. June's forum builds on the last year's very well-received format - it's an ideal opportunity at a stunning venue to discuss these crucial topics with other senior legal contacts. 

Main sessions: 

Strategic risks facing law firms today - Protiviti

Selecting the right strategic partner - Joanna Kingston-Davies COO & Brian Cullen CEO, Jackson Lees Group

Getting value from technology partnerships - NetDocuments

Securing the insecure - Harvey Harding, Managing Partner, PM Law

Roundtables include:

Getting the Board on board / The cybersecurity journey / Extracting value from the supplier relationship / Customer and team collaboration in a risky world/ Reputational risk management / Just group therapy - bring along your issue or question

This forum is for law firm Partners, CEO, COO, CFO and IT Directors. Our Forums are focussed on the practical and are designed to help bridge the gap between IT and the business of law. 

Drink's Reception

Do join us for an after-event drink overlooking the Thames after the last session. Any queries contact Katrina Bevan on or call 0345 340 4321. 


Speaker Bio's

Joanna Kingston-Davies

Joanna Kingston-Davies is Chief Operating Officer at the Jackson Lees Group following its acquisition of Lees Solicitors LLP, of which she was CEO, in 2016. Ithese roles, she has overseen major structural and procedural change over the last 10 years. Prior to Lees, Joanna headed up the HR function at Lovells in Paris where she was involved in facilitating significant growth and change that saw the business transform into one of the largest Parisian law firms and an integral part of the firm’s international office network. A regular speaker and columnist, Joanna is experienced in leadership, business transformation and operational management.

Brian Cullen, Group CEO, The Jackson Lees Group

With a career in general management that took him to the Caribbean and the Middle East via his home town of Dublin, Brian Cullen joined The Jackson Lees Group as COO in 2014 and became Group CEO in May 2016.  He is using his experience in the banking and technology sectors to bring a hugely refreshing and unique approach to legal services at Jackson Lees. He has instigated a robust and ambitious employee engagement strategy at the Group and oversaw the acquisition of Lees Solicitors LLP. He has set an aggressive growth strategy for the Group going forward to expand both within the North West and nationally.






Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?


Please register with a law firm based email address if possible. Due to security at The Shard if you register with Gmail/Yahoo email account you may need additional ID related to your UK Law firm employment. Thank you for your understanding. 


Places are strictly limited to 50 delegates, we can only accept employees or owners of UK law firms (or International law firms with a UK office). 


Do you have questions about Law Firm Business & IT Leaders Forum? Contact Calico Legal Solutions Group / Baskerville Drummond Consulting

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The Shard
32 London Bridge Street
SE1 9SG London
United Kingdom

Thursday, 13 June 2019 from 09:30 to 16:45 (BST)

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