SOLID is an interactive TED Talk style summit on the intersection of AI, innovation, disruption and the business of law. 14 speakers will give Ted-style talks, sharing what they are doing, how they are doing it, challenges and roadblocks, early wins, and lessons learned.

  • 125 corporate leaders from eDiscovery, legal operations, information governance, knowledge management and office of the general counsel.
  • 30 law firm leaders from eDiscovery, knowledge management, information technology and practice support.
  • 25 subject matter experts, academics and underwriters.


Our goal for the SOLID Summit is to inform, instruct, and inspire corporate legal leaders and business executives from select law firms to design and apply innovative solutions that will elevate and accelerate their careers and businesses into the future.

Why Is SOLID Different?

Audience – Invitation Only: Attendance is by invitation only for senior executives responsible for strategy, tactics and execution  with unique industry mashup of executives from  eDiscovery, legal operations, privacy, information governance and executive leadership.

Format:  14 TED talks on actual use cases not theory in conjunction with peer-to-peer table workshops designed to dig into the TED content and come up with SOLID ideas and post summit actions.

Collaborative Tech Showcase: Solid participants will demo technology in a group setting not one-on-one. Thereby learning from one another how to better ask questions of technology and develop use cases together.

Post summit working groups: SOLID New York will launch 4 post summit working groups that will develop and present actual use cases at the Next SOLID in San Francisco March 13- 16th 2018.

90-Day Action Plan: SOLID participants will be coached on design thinking and then will each create a 90-day action plan they can bring back to their offices and start working.

SOLID is limited to 250 participants, ensuring optimal interaction between the industries top doers, innovators and disruptors in the business of law. (60% corporate  law , 25% AmLaw,  15% software & service providers).

Confirmed corporate faculty members include:

Spotify, Uber, Lyft, MasterCard, The Kraft Heinz Company , Home Depot, Microsoft, Boehringer Ingelheim, Genentech, UBS, Deutsche Bank, Barclays, JPMC, Blackrock, Capital One, Fidelity, Schlumberger, Walmart, JCPenney, Google, Toyota, MetLife, and Gap.