The UK’s Largest Legal Technology Event Confirms an International Line-up for London in 2012
Netlaw Media have today announced the final line-up for the biggest one day legal technology event ever staged in the UK.
With 2 Internationally renowned keynote speakers, 5 chairpersons, 40 expert presenters and over 30 of the world’s leading technology suppliers, ‘LawTech Futures 2012 – The Future of Legal Technology’ is set to attract the world’s legal technology elite to witness presentations by globally renowned futurists including winner of the ‘Quincy Jones Award’ Gerd Leonhard and Dr Patrick Dixon who is ranked as ‘one of the 20 most influential business thinkers alive today’.
With three stages delivering multi-stream conference sessions, presentations, panel discussions, interviews, debates and interactive demonstrations, ‘LawTech Futures 2012’ will examine and explore a wide range of new systems, processes and platforms that will drive law firms and legal businesses into the next decade and beyond.
Taking place in London on the 15th of March 2012, ‘LawTech Futures 2012’ will host an array of highly respected personalities from the legal & commercial technology worlds including Gerd Leonhard, Dr Patrick Dixon, Charles Christian, Chris Bull, Chris Cann, Peter Owen, Andrew Haslam, Nils Breidenstein, Paul Richards, Tim Cheadle, Mike Barry, John Young, Yuri Frayman, Abby Ewen, Jason Plant, Frank Coggrave, Helena Hallgarn, Neil Renfrew, Stuart Whittle, Colin Wilson, Jan Durant, Eric Hunter, Julie Berry, Jo Riddick, Nigel Redwood, Barry Talbot, Osman Ismail, Colin Fowle, Hannah Jones, Richard Newton, Charles Drayson, Karen Bailey, Arlene Adams, Eric Sugden, Kate Paslin and many more…
A full day pass to ‘LawTech Futures 2012’ is priced at £245 + vat with additional discounts for bookings of two or more. A pass for the event
includes – presentations, panel discussions, demonstrations, exhibitions, networking, refreshments, lunch, post-event champagne drinks reception and 6 hours SRA accredited CPD.
Netlaw Media encourages early bookings as ‘LawTech Futures 2012’ in expected to sell out weeks in advance.