A charity breakfast taking place in Sheffield later this month will explore how the legal technology community can help with access to justice.

The event will raise money for Support Through Court (previously Personal Support Unit), and will feature a keynote speech from Lord Michael Briggs, Justice of the Supreme Court, Deputy Head of Civil Justice of England and Wales & Author of the Briggs Review.

Other speakers include the awesome Catherine Bamford (Director of Legal Engineering at Deloitte), Daniel Hoadley (ICLR&D), Emily Gilbourne (Support Through Court) and Emily MacLoud (Just:Access).

The breakfast was organised off the back of a similar successful event curated by Bamford in London earlier this year, and is being supported by CMS, LTN Community and The University of Sheffield – with Louise Glover of UoS School of Law being instrumental in bringing the event to Sheffield.

This is a great opportunity to hear about how technology can help improve access to justice, from esteemed and knowledgeable speakers it is rare to see in one place outside of London, so don’t miss out!

The event takes place in Sheffield on 19th November between 8am-10am. Tickets cost just £25 (including a continental breakfast).

For more details and to book your tickets visit: https://unconventional.legal/a2j-legaltech-breakfast/