Following the sold out success of the 3 part ‘LawTech Futures’ series of events, Netlaw Media has today announced ‘The British Legal Technology Forum’ will replace LawTech Futures as its annual legal technology conference and exhibition.
With a new event theme, venue, exhibition layout and presentation programme delivering over 60 expert speakers on three stages, the British Legal Technology Forum is set to replace LawTech Futures as Europe’s largest legal technology event by accommodating over 1,200 professionals from the world of law and legal technology.
“It was wonderful to stage LawTech Futures and delivering keynote speakers such as Tim Berners-Lee and Ray Kurzweil was certainly a highlight of the series, but all credit must go to the speakers and panellists who unselfishly gave their time to make the series one of the world’s biggest legal technology events” said Netlaw Media’s Managing Director Frances Armstrong. “However, after 3 years producing and staging LawTech Futures, not only did we believe the event had reached its pinnacle, but we also felt our delegates were in need of a fresh event with a focus and theme that is better suited to a wider array of UK, European and international law firms, and as a result, we are very pleased to announce the British Legal Technology Forum 2015 will take place at the Old Billingsgate, London on Tuesday 17th March 2015”.
As Europe’s largest legal IT conference and exhibition, The British Legal Technology Forum will offer three presentation areas including a 350 seat main stage delivering multi-stream conference sessions, keynote presentations, panel discussions, knowledge sessions, interviews, debates and interactive demonstrations. In addition, the event will also offer over 2,000 square metres of exhibition space with many of the world’s best known suppliers showcasing a wide range of new and upgraded systems as well as the finest legal and commercial technology on the market.
By combining Netlaw Media’s reputation for staging Europe’s finest legal events together with its proven strategy for modern event programming, the British Legal Technology Forum is set to create the new benchmark in legal technology conferencing. For event details including delegate passes and sponsorship opportunities, visit the official website www.britishlegalitforum.com or contact Netlaw Media on Tel: 020 3176 4200