Netlaw Media on the Verge of its Eighth Major Legal Event Sell Out in Succession
Europe’s most successful legal event organiser Netlaw Media is continuing to break legal event management records by announcing today it is on the verge of posting another capacity sell out of its upcoming legal technology conference and exhibition ‘LawTech Futures 2013’.
Today’s announcement by Netlaw Media has confirmed that the leading legal event and information organisation will soon sell out its eighth major law event in succession, a feat never before achieved in the European legal event marketplace.
With just over one month to the LawTech Futures event in London on the 30th April 2013, the event has already registered over 750 attendees and 62 of the world’s leading legal technology suppliers to create Europe’s largest legal IT conference and exhibition in less than two years.
“When we began producing the event late last year, we quickly realised that we needed to double the floor size from 1,000 square meters in 2012 to over 2,500 square meters this year to accommodate demand” said Frances Armstrong, Managing Director of Netlaw Media. “You could say it has been a challenge to fill a room of this size, however with our delegate team registering up to 30 delegates per day, we have not only managed to attract teams from most of the UK top 200 law firms, but also over 30 percent of the entire delegation from a non-legal IT related role such as CEO, Managing and Senior Partner positions”.
“Following the capacity sell out of the initial LawTech Futures event in 2012, we are very pleased with the response from the UK and Global legal sectors to this follow up event, and with a wide range of topics and fantastic line-up including one of the world’s most respected inventors as the event keynote speaker, we certainly expect this year’s event will be even better than the 2012 show”
Taking place at the QEII Conference Centre, presenters for this year’s LawTech Futures includes world renown inventor Ray Kurzweil, Don Hughes of Hitachi Data Systems, Matt McNeill of Google, Sam Dimond of Norton Rose, Rowland Johnson of Nettitude, Oz Benamram of White & Case, Seth Berman of Stroz Friedberg, Thereza Snyman of Kingsley Napley, Peter Bauer of Mimecast, Jason Plant of DLA Piper, Natasha Rooney of GSMA, Ann Hemming of Thomas Eggar, Luigi Salzano of Pannone, Eric Hunter of Bradford & Barthel and number of the UK’s leading legal technology consultants including Peter Owen, Chris White, Neil Cameron, Andrew Haslam and the event partner Charles Christian of the Legal IT Insider.