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.
Posted May 24 2021 by Grant Hood
SLA Europe will be holding their annual conference virtually on June 30th and July 1st. This looks to be an excellent event!
“What American Law Students are being Taught about Technology in Law Firms – an Inside View: Profile of a Research Professor and Library Director”
Posted May 5 2021 by Agnieszka Dyzma
CLIG extends a warm welcome to our community to attend May’s event: a fascinating profile of Professor Femi Cadmus who is currently the Archibald C. and Frances Fulk Rufty Research Professor of Law and Director of the Goodson Library at Duke Law. She teaches “Technology in the Practice of Law”, which explores the rapidly evolving technologies transforming traditional legal practice.
“An inside view to the workings of a ‘Best Delivery’ team: Combining innovation, legal technology and project management”
Posted Mar 31 2021 by Agnieszka Dyzma
CLIG welcomes you to join our fascinating talk by ClIfford Chance’s “Best Delivery” team. Their Best delivery approach involves bringing together their specialist expertise in Continuous Improvement, Legal Technology and Legal Project Management with the smartest tools and resources to deliver an outstanding client experience.
Posted Feb 5 2021 by Grant Hood
CLIG are pleased to invite you to attend our panel talk as thoughts, for many of us, turn to trainee intakes and seat changes. Whether training is a once annual event for you, or a weekly endeavour, join us as we hear from four experts from both academic and corporate environments, about their delivery methods.