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Building the Law Firm of the Future

21 Nov 2024 The Law Society, London, England

Book before 11 Oct 2024 to receive early registration discount

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A conference presented by the IBA Law Firm Management Committee
  • A keynote presentation from a senior government minister - has Brexit become Wrexit?
  • Law firm future readiness - what do you need to do now?
  • Margin squeeze - how to avoid it!
  • How do we attract and retain talent now and in the future?
  • What is the future for the 'mid market' firm
  • AI is not the only way forward
  • What do the clients think about the future of law firms?

Online registrations received:

  On or before 11 October Until 18 November

IBA member

£795 £890

Non-member*

£980 £1,070

After 18 November Registrations must be received in hard copy at the IBA office


Hard copy registration forms and fees received:

  On or before 11 October After 11 October

IBA member

£885 £985

Non-member*

£1,085 £1,185

* By paying the non-member fee, we welcome you as a delegate member of the IBA for the year in which this conference is held, which entitles you to the following benefits:

  • Password access to certain parts of the IBA website.
  • Receipt of IBA E-news and access to online versions of IBA Global Insight.
  • Pay the member rate

** A reduced rate is offered to IBA Corporate Group Members. Please register online to obtain a 25 per cent discount on the IBA Member fee

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Important information

11 October 2024 Delegate search
Delegate search tool becomes available. Please sign in to MyIBA to access this function.

11 October 2024 Early bird deadline
Book by this date to receive early bird discounts.

18 November 2024 Online amendment and online registration deadline
No further online registrations or amendments to your booking can be made after this date. Registration may still be possible after this date via the IBA office but is subject to availability. Please contact confs@int-bar.org for further information.

Cancellation of conference or social functions
Cancellation received by email to confs@int-bar.org on or before the early-registration deadline date, fees will be refunded less a 15 per cent administration charge.

Cancellations received after the early-registration deadline date and up to 14 days prior to the first day of the Conference, will be refunded less a 25 per cent administration charge. Refunds will be made minus any monies owed to the IBA. Monies cannot be kept on IBA accounts or transferred to future IBA conferences.

We regret that no refunds can be made after this time. Conference or social function bookings received after this time will not be eligible for any refund of fees. Note: should you have difficulties in obtaining your visa and are not able to attend the Conference this cancellation policy will still apply.

Book with confidence

  • If the IBA needs to reschedule the event, your booking will be automatically transferred to the new date and no additional fees will be charged. If this date is not convenient for a delegate, a refund of the cost of the conference place will be available on request to the IBA.
  • If the IBA is unable to reschedule the conference within 12 months of the original scheduled date, a full refund of the cost of the conference place will automatically be made to all delegates.
  • Please note that the IBA will not provide refunds for any costs incurred including any travel costs.

Please note, these terms are subject to any more restrictive or different local requirements and may be altered and amended from time to time to reflect any changes to restrictions or government requirements.

Carbon efficient travel
With IBA conferences taking place in major business centres all over the world, travel is an unavoidable reality for our delegates. The IBA encourages its members and delegates to be responsible and conscious of the impact travel has on the environment and to take measures to reduce the carbon impact of their travel.

Some suggested steps that delegates can take include:

  • Travel by train instead of flying if possible.
  • Book direct flights instead of connecting flights, if available, as limiting the number of stops needed will reduce your carbon footprint.
  • Consider the impact of the travel class that you book – business class travel equates to three times the carbon footprint of economy class.

Relying on the local public transport is the more carbon friendly option, but this is not always a realistic option. Where reliance on taxis/cars is needed use electric vehicles over petrol or diesel and share vehicle usage with other delegates and colleagues.

Speaker opportunities

If you would like to be considered as a potential speaker at this specialist conference then please contact the relevant Chair/Co-Chairs in the IBA Law Firm Management Committee with your request; please send your bio together with information on your qualification and expertise on the topic.