On the day

  • Registration and coffee will be available from 9.30am, conference starting at 10.00am.
  • The conference takes place in the Wilfred Brown Building (entrance is next to the pond), please see campus map here.
  • In order to reduce the carbon footprint of the event, please bring along a device to access the conference programme online here. WiFi will be provided at registration. 
  • Please note that there will be a photographer and videographer present at the conference, please let us know if you would prefer not to be in any of the photos /videos published after the event.

Getting here

Brunel University London is close to Uxbridge Tube station which is on the Metropolitan Line or Piccadilly Line. You can walk from the station to campus, there are also regular buses and taxis available. West Drayton is the nearest mainline station. Further information on getting to Brunel can be found here.

If you are driving, free parking is available on campus – no permits are required for conference delegates on the 13th. Please note that access to the campus by vehicle is only possible via Kingston Lane (Uxbridge, UB8 3PH). There is plenty of parking available on site near the venue, in zone C3 just south of the Wilfred Brown Building – as shown on the campus map.

The programme is organised into 3 sections, you can register to attend any or all of the conference.

09:30 Registration and Coffee

10:00 Welcome, Professor Arad Reisberg, Head of Brunel Law School

10:30 Panel 1 – Artificial Intelligence & Intellectual Property

The development of AI technologies is changing the landscape of the law and legal profession, and this is particularly prevalent in the field of intellectual property (IP). This panel will address the regulation of AI and how that will impact IP law, IP clients and IP lawyers.

12:30 Lunch

13:30 Panel 2 -Technology, Legal Profession and Regulation

This panel addresses the integration of new technologies into legal services and discusses the challenges that this creates in relation to the work of solicitors and barristers and their clients, as well as whether regulators are equipped and skilled enough to deal with the ‘techlaw world’.

15:30 Coffee Break

16:00 Stakeholder Round Tables

The Stakeholder round tables brings together a range of leading specialists; academics, lawyers and scientists who will review the outcomes of the conference and discuss future implications of the increasing the intersection between law and technology.

18:00 Drinks reception

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