Lawyers Weekly's Boutique Law Summit to debut in Melbourne

Lawyers Weekly's Boutique Law Summit to debut in Melbourne

04 December 2019

The Lawyers Weekly Boutique Law Summit will return to Sydney in 2020 and will make its debut in Melbourne.

Lawyers Weekly Boutique Law Summit

The Lawyers Weekly Boutique Law Summit is designed for lawyers and legal teams who seek to maximise ROI, adapt to next-generation technology, and run their businesses in a more effective, sustainable manner.

Lawyers Weekly proudly announces the return of its successful Boutique Law Summit in 2020, having seen positive experiences from previous years.

The one-day event has been specifically designed for boutique law firms that seek to adopt “ground-breaking business practices”.

The Summit is directed at all Australian boutique law firms, principals and lawyers, as well as lawyers in larger firms who want to start their own boutique practices and product providers who want to connect with the wide range of boutique firms.

“This summit has been specifically designed to respond to the needs of those leading and working in boutique law firms, with our treasure trove of take-home, practical strategies, tips and tools on business and profile-building to have a positive impact on your business’s growth and future,” said Lawyers Weekly editor Emma Ryan.

“In addition to earning 6 CPD hours for coming along, attendees will also be given the chance to learn new opportunities in the market, network, hear from speakers with extensive experience in the space, and advance their career with an agenda that has been jam-packed with both practical and educational takeaways.”

At this time, the confirmed speakers include Rachel Scanlan (Asia-Pacific lead in D2 Technology), Emma Heuston (founder and principal lawyer of The Remote Expert), Nancy Youssef (founder, mentor and author of ClassIc Finance), and Julian Morrow (founder of CPDUI). Many other speakers are yet to be announced.

The Boutique Law Summit will debut in Melbourne on Tuesday 24 March 2020 and will return to Sydney on Thursday 26 March 2020.