Improving access to legal services through technology

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The Legal Technology Association for the UK

UKLTA is a community where legal professionals, technology providers and consumers of legal services can come together in order to help shape the future of legal services delivery collaboratively.

Our mission is to improve access to legal services by streamlining processes and encouraging the exploration and adoption of new technology within legal practice.

Our members come together through: Demo days, Collaborative Groups and Legal Technology Education.

To find out more email us at hello@uklta.org.uk

What We Offer

Our Members

Supporting Partners

Services

What We Offer

Demo Days

UKLTA organises demo days across the UK, allowing law firms to get hands on with the latest technology, ask questions and understand how solutions can be applied to their business.

Collaborative Groups

We form collaborative groups to improve delivery of legal services. Each group focuses on a specific challenge or area of law. Learn more >>

Legal Technology Education

Through our membership, we aim to deliver education sessions for legal professionals in order to help them better assess new technologies and how they fit with the delivery of legal services.

Collaborative Groups

Conveyancing

The conveyancing collaborative group brings together legal practices who want to test ideas and challenge established practice on how to remove the pain points in the conveyancing process,drive efficiencies and control the emerging dangers and risks of an evolving technological society, as well as software and hardware suppliers and anyone else interested in improving the conveyancing process and customer experience.

Litigation and Dispute Resolution

This group brings together legal practices, expert witness businesses/organisations and software and hardware suppliers and anyone else interested in improving both access to justice by innovation, driving efficiencies in process and in managing the court, tribunal and legal frameworks in which they operate.

Private Client Legal Services

The group brings together legal practices, wills and probate practitioners / organisations and software and hardware suppliers and anyone else interested in improving the journey for people accessing wills, probate and lasting power of attorney services and estate planning and tax advice.

Membership

All fees are per calendar year

Individuals

Student & Trainee Lawyers: £10
Other Individuals: £30

Technology Companies (including Legal Technology) & Law Firms

Startup (0-5 employees): £50
Small (6-25 employees): £75
Medium (26 - 50): £125
Large (50+): £250

Other Organisations

Interested in sponsoring the UKLTA community and the events we run? Get in touch.

To Join

To join please email membership@uklta.org.uk