SCL Tea & Tech

SCL ‘Tea & Tech’ meetings are weekly informal drop-in discussions via Zoom for any SCL members who would like to attend and are designed to help support and keep us connected throughout the Covid-19 lockdown.

Below you will find download links and other useful resources from previous sessions.

Details of future sessions can be found at our Events page.

If you would like to lead a future meeting or have topic suggestions please get in touch: hello@scl.org

1. Homeworking Tips with Neil Brown, decoded:legal
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2. Force Majeure with Richard Stephens

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3. When IT Projects Fail with Lee Gluyas, CMS Cameron McKenna

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4. The SCL Adjudication Scheme as a remote service
Access the meeting report here

Listen to the audio podcast


5.
Tea and Tech Report: Ada Lovelace Institute's COVID-19 Rapid Evidence Review: Exit through the App Store?
also see Takeaways and useful links from the SCL Tea and Tech session on Exit Through the App Store? - 29 April 2020

6. Leah Grolman discusses Self-Driving Cars and Product Liability
Access the meeting report here

Listen to the audio podcast



7. "Staying Away from the Cookie Jar" with Simon Forrester

Access the meeting report here

8. "Quantum computing: still waiting for the leap?" with Rebecca Keating
Access the meeting report here
Watch the webinar

9. "Remote mediation - tips and tricks" with Richard Stephens
Watch the video


10. "Limitation and Exclusion Clauses, or How to Breach your Contract with Impunity" with Gideon Shirazi
Read the meeting report
Watch the video


11. "Developing Focus Through Empowered Mindset" with Nick Watson and Gary Waters

Watch the video


11. "Demystifying 'The Dark Net'" with Neil Brown and Alex Bloor
Read the meeting report
Watch the video

12. "MedTech: don't let a medical condition interfere with your life'" with Cynthia O'Donoghue
Watch the video



13. "API's - how they work, and their contribution to the downfall of democracy" with Simon Forrester 
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Watch the video




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