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The Australasian Legal Practice Management Association (ALPMA) are excited to announce their partnership with the Australian Legal Technology Association (ALTA) to deliver a full-day of legal technology programming, presenting ALTACON 24 as the first day of the 2024 ALPMA Summit.

ALTACON was established as the premier event in the Australian legaltech calendar, following the sell-out success of the inaugural ALTACON in 2019. After successfully pivoting to a virtual conference in 2021, it now returns to in-person as part of the ALPMA Summit, where it will form a full day dedicated to enabling technology in the legal sector.

In December 2023, ALPMA announced a new agreement that would see ALPMA powering ALTA. This new arrangement has allowed a natural opportunity to “join forces” and strengthen the technology programming of the ALPMA Summit.

ALTA President, Karen Finch, said about the agreement, “It’s a natural fit, with legal technology, one of ALPMA’s core learning and development pillars.”

The annual ALPMA Summit is the largest law firm management conference in Australia, offering three days of workshops, seminars and learning on topics including: HR, Marketing, Business Development, IT/Legal Technology, Strategy & Innovation, Operations, Finance & Leadership. This year, the Summit program will focus on combining human-centric skill development needed for rapidly changing worlds, with legal technological advancements that can assist to drive sustainable, long-term efficiencies for firms and clients.

ALPMA president Stephen van Dorp added: “The legal industry is rapidly changing and (legal) technology is playing a significant role in driving this change, with that change only set to increase in speed and significance into the future.

“Technological and digital literacy is fast becoming must-have skill set and as a member-based Association our promise to members is to assist them to keep abreast of the changes impacting the industry, and their firms, as it relates to the ‘business of law’.

ALPMA Chief Executive Officer, Emma Elliott, said that her team is “delighted to be able to leverage our new relationship to provide even more value for all members and the wider legal community at our 2024 conference”.

Learn more about the 2024 ALPMA Summit + ALTACON 24 →


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