The Legal Software Suppliers Association (LSSA) is the UK industry body for legal systems developers and vendors. Representing most of the leading UK suppliers, it aims to both set and maintain professional standards within the industry and manage areas of mutual interest between lawyers and software providers.

The LSSA has numerous links with legislative bodies – such as the Land Registry, LAA, Law Society, etc – and is committed to developing clear channels of communication to enable law firms to gain the maximum benefit from their selected software solutions.

Latest LSSA News

LSSA white paper on continuing investment helps legal software bring the maximum benefits to law firms

14 July 2023

The Legal Software Suppliers Association (LSSA) has published a white paper for law firms which sets out what they should consider in order to gain the maximum benefits from their…
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New LSSA CEO urges government to factor industry into reforms

9 March 2023

Kevin Horlock, the new chief executive of the Legal Software Suppliers Association, has in a detailed Q&A article with Law360, urged the government to ensure that tech developers…
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LSSA appoints business expert Kevin Horlock as new CEO

1 February 2023

The LSSA has announced the appointment of Kevin Horlock as its new CEO. With over 50 years’ experience in the legal, finance and accounting industries, Kevin will be working with…
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From the Chair

Paul Albone, LSSA Chair and COO at tmgroup

The LSSA is a major force in shaping the future of legal technology in the UK. The Association has a desire to demystify technology and ensure law firms are equipped to make informed choices on the software that drives their practices with the reassurance of the backing of the UK’s only trade association for legal software.