I have always wanted to attend one of those invite-only summits – such as the Davos meeting of the World Economic Forum or a Renaissance Weekend – that bring together leaders from across disciplines to engage in open and unfettered dialogue about the state and future of whatever the summit’s topic may be.
This week, my wish came true, in a sense, as I attended what felt like the legal tech world’s answer to Davos or Renaissance.
It was the inaugural TLTF Summit, a three-day program convened in Miami by The LegalTech Fund, the first venture capital firm to focus exclusively on legal tech. The invite-only program, capped at 250 participants, was billed as the “highly-curated event for innovators who are transforming the world of law.” I was privileged to be the only journalist invited to be there.
It was a superlative conference – one like no other conference in legal tech. Without