Welcome to CLIG
Since 1976 the City Legal Information Group (CLIG) has been supporting legal information professionals in and around London. We regularly organise topical and social events with the aim of helping information professionals network and share their thoughts and experiences.
From small beginnings, we have now grown to a large membership, representing all sectors of the profession. If you are a legal information professional, please take a look at our current events calendar and membership benefits. Our membership fee is very modest and we offer a lot in return.
Latest News & Events
News posted on Jun 9, 2023 by Agnieszka Dyzma
The article is available here.
For those who missed the session on AI, please see Jake's slides and contact details there if you have any questions
News posted on Apr 28, 2023 by Agnieszka Dyzma
For those who missed the session, please see Joanna's slides and contact details there if you have any questions
News posted on Oct 14, 2022 by Agnieszka Dyzma
For those who missed the session, please see his slides and contact details there if you have any questions
News posted on Jul 15, 2022 by Agnieszka Dyzma
Event on Oct 19, 2023
You are invited to join us for our AGM networking drinks and nibbles on Thursday 19th October, generously sponsored by Lexis.
Event on Oct 5, 2023
You are invited to join us for our Annual General Meeting on Thursday 5th October, generously sponsored by Lexis.
Event on Jul 17, 2023
CLIG warmly invites you to a treasure hunt around St. Paul's Cathedral.
Join us on evening of discovery as we scavenge around the streets of St. Paul's Cathedral. Walk Roman roads and find hidden treasures as we send you on a mission to discover hidden loot. The final clue will lead you to a nearby pub where you can have a drink and uncover your prize… that is, if you can find us!
Event on Jul 6, 2023
AI. ChatGPT. Large Language Models (otherwise known as LLMs). It feels like we're on the edge of a seismic shift in the legal sector as firms and service providers look to leverage these technologies.
But did you hear the one about the lawyer in New York who used ChatGPT to help research a legal brief, and ended up submitting entirely made-up citations to court?