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As part of our ‘Student LegalTech Certification series’, Guest speaker Mr Patrick Grant, Senior Tutor and Project Director (North) for Legal Tech and Innovation at The University of Law’s Leeds Campus, will be providing an introduction to the future of legal services highlighting key areas such as Process Mapping, Automation and AI.

Patrick is passionate about educating tomorrow’s lawyers and introducing students to tech, innovation, and entrepreneurship. Having graduated with an LLB, he went on to study a master’s in Law and Economics at the University of Bologna and the University of Gent before completing the LPC at the Oxford Institute of Legal Practice. Now a non-practicing solicitor, Patrick has worked at ULaw Leeds for 5 years. During that time, he has designed three undergraduate modules on tech and innovation in Legal Services and collaborated on a number of postgrad legal tech modules too. Patrick is a member of the steering group for LegalTech in Leeds and is regularly involved in panels and talks around the topic of using tech to improve legal services and ultimately access to justice. Patrick became a trustee of Citizens Advice Leeds in Nov 2022.


UKLTA Certificate in Legal Technology

The UKLTA is now providing a certificate in legal technology to students who attend a number of its online events over the course of the academic year.

The online events cover various aspects of the legal technology landscape, and are designed to augment the teaching and learning provided through your University course. The events will provide you with greater knowledge of the legal technology sector and help you to stand out from the competition when it comes to interviews.

How to get involved

Register for a free UKLTA membership through our website www.uklta.org.uk by going to Join → Student Application Form, using your University email address. We will use this address when issuing the certificate.

Register for the events you wish to attend, available events are listed on the UKLTA website here:


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