Legal Tech Roadmap
SYNERGY is the must-attend event for Australian legal professionals in 2024
Connect with experts and explore new developments, industry disrupters, and best practices at the forefront of the legal profession. Network with your peers and learn how to get the most out of the solutions you have — plus, be among the first to find out what’s next from Thomson Reuters.
Jump into a world of artificial intelligence and innovation, learn from industry leaders, and build lasting connections.
We’ll cover what everyone is talking about
SYNERGY 2024 aims to clarify the complexities surrounding artificial intelligence (AI) with an action-packed filled with keynote speakers, product demonstrations and expert panel discussions on content-driven technology solutions and related topics geared specifically for law firms and legal departments.
Interact and build long-lasting relationships with industry experts, customers, partners, and peers who share your passion for growth.
Get hands on with the next generation of AI-assisted legal solutions from Thomson Reuters, designed to add value to your work and your organisation.
Get the strategic insights you need to stay ahead of the curve and navigate the rapidly-changing business environment.
Who should attend SYNERGY?
If you're an Australian legal professional who is keen to drive transformation and open up new opportunities for you and your firm or legal department, with the next generation of legally focused technology and AI-assisted solutions, then SYNERGY 2024 is the place to be.
Where will SYNERGY 2024 take place?
Thursday 21 March, 2024
Doltone House Darling Island Wharf, 48 Pirrama Road, Pyrmont
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