March 21, 2022 3:39 pm Published by

Legal Innovators California is just over two months away! After two highly successful Legal Innovators UK shows, Artificial Lawyer and Cosmonauts are excited and ready to go international, with a Legal Innovators conference in San Francisco, California!

The conference is open to everyone with an interest in legal technology. Whether you’re an industry expert or legal technology enthusiast, this event will provide you with immeasurable learning, sharing and networking opportunities, you can request a digital agenda using the link below. You can also check out our previous blog posts on the Legal Innovators series to learn more about the event.

We can’t bring the in-person networking opportunities at Legal Innovators California to you ahead of time. But we can provide you with a learning and sharing experience while you wait for June 9th with our Legal Tech news round-up! 

Della raises $2.5m in its first seed-funding round


Contract review start-up Della has raised $2.5m from its first round of seed funding. The money provided by already existing investors, alongside new investor Pragmatech Ventures, will help the company build its presence in the United States and Europe. 

Della is a European tech company based in Paris and London which provides a contract review AI product to organisations including Fidal and Mishcon de Reya. Della’s AI is able to operate in over 20 languages and intends to provide users with an easy-to-use legal review process. 

You can read more about how Della is making its mark on the world of legal tech here.

Epiq Acquires Fireman & Co


Technology-enabled legal service provider Epiq has acquired legal industry-focused management consulting firm Fireman & Co. This acquisition will strengthen Epiq’s digital transformation offerings and innovative technology solutions.

Technology in the legal world is becoming increasingly important for legal service providers to stay at the forefront of their industry. Ziad Mantoura, Epic’s SVP commented on the acquisition, stating:

“The constant change in the legal industry has accelerated the need for law firms and businesses to gain more value from their information assets, and stronger knowledge management and data management are key drivers for gaining a competitive advantage,” (

You can read more about Epiq’s acquisition here.

Solicitors Regulation Authority reports a “lack of trust and visibility” in online interactive legal tools


The Solicitors Regulation Authority has warned that there is a “lack of trust and visibility” in self-help legal tools available to people online. 

The regulator is currently running a project to stimulate new approaches to utilising technology and innovation to address inequalities in people’s access to justice. The project is funded by the UK government’s Regulator’s Pioneer Fund, from which the Solicitors Regulation Authority was awarded a £168,000 grant.

You can read more about the findings of the Solicitors Regulation Authority here.

Senior Judge, Sir Geoffrey Vos, suggests that Technology will be embedded in the UK Justice System by 2040

Sir Geoffrey Vos encouraged the legal system to embrace the benefits of technology in his speech given on March 17th, where he highlighted how artificial intelligence among other digital technologies will become a core aspect of the UK justice system in the next two decades. During his speech, Vos set out the image of a future where the justice system uses AI to speed up the justice process and resolve problems. 

You can read more about Vos’ comments on the legal tech changes occurring in the legal world here.

The count-down begins: Legal Innovators California is just over two months away!

News of Legal Innovators California’s upcoming date is so exciting that you want to read about it twice. 

On June 9th, you can join like-minded individuals to learn from the experiences of those working at the cutting edge of solving their firm’s and client’s challenges through the power of technology and innovation. With over 30 prestigious speakers and 2 carefully designed training sessions, this conference is not one to miss!

A variety of topics will be explored and discussed throughout the day, from how technology is reshaping legal services to how inhouse legal teams and legal ops professionals are applying rigour to the delivery of legal services. Whether you’re a law firm partner, legal technology professional or start-up, Legal Innovators will provide you with unmatchable networking and learning opportunities.

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