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16th & 17th May 2024

Watersedge at Campbell's Stores 

25 Hickson Rd, The Rocks NSW 2000

you will be directed to the Thomson Reuters registration and payment portal

Managing a boutique law firm presents both advantages and challenges, emphasizing the importance of future readiness. The increasing reliance on technology has become essential for all organizations, demanding staying updated due to its rapid evolution. Adapting to new working methods is crucial, especially in the face of an unpredictable economic landscape.

 

The integration of technology, the changing economic landscape, and the impacts of recent years have led to significant workforce transformations. The competition for talent is fierce, with law firm leaders grappling with the demands of multi-generational teams, evolving billing methods, skill set updates, and employee satisfaction.

 

These relevant topics will be addressed throughout the day at the event by expert speakers and thought leaders at the upcoming 10th Managing Partners Forum for Boutique Firms.

 

Over the last ten years it has provided an opportunity for collaboration, learning, and knowledge exchange over two enriching days, and is a must attend event for law firm leaders.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

The Managing Partners Forum - Boutique Firms has been exclusively produced to address the function and capacity of the following position holders from mid, small and boutique law firms:

• Managing Partners
• CEO / COO / CFO
• General Managers
• Equity Partners
• Business Development Managers
• Practice Managers
• Finance Managers & Finance Controllers

TOPICS OF EXPLORATION

Navigating leadership challenges for a future fit firm

PEOPLE MANAGEMENT:

- Engaging people in a hybrid world of work whilst still cultivating

culture

- Managing people in a post covid world - a review of decisions

and their effectiveness now

- Balancing the needs of intergenerational teams

- Role compression and how to be an effective leader

- The war for talent - the battle continues

 

LETS TALK ABOUT AI FOR BOUTIQUE FIRMS:

- How do we adopt GenAI tools and technology when we don’t have

the scale, resources or budget to do it?

- The changing needs of the workforce What are soft (people) skills

and do I have them;

 

FUTURE BILLING:

- Impact of AI/Technology on pricing for services;

- Is it the end of the time-based billing model?

What are the alternatives?

 

STRATEGY:

- What is it and where can I get it?

- Preparing for the WGEA and its reforms

- Who are and Where are the leaders of tomorrow

 

WELLBEING:

- The importance of disconnecting to reconnect

- What are psychosocial hazards and don’t they affect only the

big firms?

OUR ADVISORY PANEL 2024

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Tessa Van Duyn

CEO and Practice Leader

Moores

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Mary Digiglio

Managing Partner

Swaab

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Mark Wiggins

Chief Executive Partner

Hall Payne Lawyers

OUR SPEAKERS

The following speakers have been invited for their expertise and knowledge on the chosen topics:

  • Dr Graham Kenny | Managing Director | Strategic Factors confirmed

  • Trudy Macdonald |Managing Director | Talent Code HR

  • Simone-Herbert-Lowe | Principal | Law & Cyber confirmed

  • Katherine Gilbey | Director | KG Consulting confirmed

  • Mollie Tregillis | Strategic Advisor

  • Catherine Mullins | Founder & CEO | OWL Leadership & Advisory Services confirmed

  • Raymond Sun | Technology Lawyer | Herbert Smith Freehills

GOLD PARTNERS

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BRONZE PARTNERS

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you will be directed to the Thomson Reuters registration and payment portal

VENUE 

Watersedge at Campbell's Stores 

25 Hickson Rd, The Rocks NSW 2000

SUPPORTING ORGANISATION 

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10th Managing Partners Forum - Boutique Firms

1 X DELEGATE - $545+ GST EACH - refer to WHO SHOULD ATTEND 

(Please email george.kat@chilliiq.com.au for group rates, consultant rates and sponsorship information)

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