September 26, 2016 | Vancouver, Canada

Law Made and its partner, McCarthy Tetrault, created this half-day conference to convene entrepreneurs, lawyers and investors to explore and better understand the changing legal industry in Vancouver and across Canada.


This was an intimate gathering (but filled room) of 80 people at the beautiful offices of McCarthy Tetrault in Vancouver.

The emergence of new technology is continuing to revolutionize how lawyers practice and how people access legal services. As entrepreneurship in the legal space continues to proliferate, a series of new challenges are beginning to emerge. From dynamic market needs to the rise of alternative providers, this event will explore how entrepreneurs and lawyers are navigating these new realities.

Full Details and Panel Descriptions at Event Site

This event represented a tremendous intersection for Law Made co-founder Jason Moyse as it also included Elevate Services where he serves as Manager, Legal Business Solutions and was keynoted by Founder and Executive Chairman Liam Brown.

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Opening Remarks – Liam Brown Founder and Executive Chairman, Elevate Services

Legal Entrepreneurship: Evolving Market Needs
Moderator: Liam Brown
Adam LaFrance Co-Founder and CEO, Knomos | Alma Asay Founder and CEO, Allegory | Jeff Musson Founder, The ICT Centre for Dispute Management | Jack Newton Founder and CEO, Clio

Acquiring Legal Services: Is It Getting Harder Or Easier?
Moderator: David Cohen Lead Director, Client Service Delivery, McCarthy Tétrault LLP
Suzanne Morris Associate General Counsel, Telus | Fred Headon Assistant General Counsel, Labour & Employment, Air Canada | Frances King Business and Account Manager, Microsoft

How Alternative Providers are Challenging BigLaw
Moderator: Ralph Baxter Chairman, Thomson Reuters Legal Executive Institute
Matthew Peters National Innovation Leader, McCarthy Tétrault LLP | Dan Lear Director of Industry Relations, Avvo