Last week, ABL gathered for its 44th Conference in London. More than 55 delegates from across the world met for the General Assembly, from 17th to 20th of May 2023.
The Conference set record numbers of attendance, having more than 80 attendees spread out through the different sessions and social events.
ABL takes this opportunity to thank all our speakers for their valued insights:
Lord Fox, current member of the House of Lords and Business Spokesperson, presented us with Trending Topics in UK: European legislation and Security.
Lord Garnier, Kings's Counsel, address the delegates on Sanctions in the International Arena.
Neil Pfister, Commercial & Technology Partner at Druces, LLP, presented one of the trending topics of this conference, Artificial Intelligence (AI) - Uses and implications of AI in Law and Business.
Richard Bailey, Construction & Dispute Resolution Partner at Druces, LLP spoke to delegates about International Arbitration.
Alexander Yearsley, Private Investigator, former Head Of Special Projects for Global Witness, gave a presentation on Current State of International Concerns Over Conflict Minerals
Margarida Bonito, Legal marketing specialist, presented on Marketing and Personal Branding – Your Differentiation Strategy.
Jim Haywood, Director, Achill Management - hosts of the Legal Sustainability Alliance, spoke to attendees on What Does a Sustainable Law Firm Look Like and How Can the Legal Sustainability Alliance help?
We also want to thank our local partners from Integra, Robert Moore, Managing Partner at Bright Grahame Murray, and from CII, Regional Director, Council of International Investigators, Laurence Brown, for presenting their associations and speaking about the challenges of their professions.
Finally, we thank all ABL members who have shared best practices and legal developments in their countries.
Special recognition and thanks go out to both Druces LLP and Warners Solicitors, our member host firms, for their effort in putting this conference together.