Netlaw Media Sells Out its 8th Major Law Event in Succession

Following last week’s announcement that Europe’s leading legal technology conference and exhibition ‘LawTech Futures 2013’ has reached a capacity sell out for the second consecutive year, UK based legal media and events organisation Netlaw Media has broken yet another record within the European legal conferencing arena by posting its 8th major sell out in succession.

Darren Armstrong, CEO of Netlaw Media said ‘We are extremely proud to be recognised as one of Europe’s leading authorities for producing world class events for the legal profession, and with an increase of over 50% in attendee numbers from the inaugural LawTech Futures event in 2012, the team at Netlaw Media has once again set a new benchmark for event production within the UK and European legal markets. In just its second year, LawTech Futures has gone from a concept to what is without doubt Europe’s biggest legal technology event, and this year, we are delighted to welcome the world renowned inventor and technology guru Ray Kurzweil as our keynote speaker”.



When asked why Netlaw Media’s formula continuously produces sold out events in a time of economic hardship, Armstrong replied “Apart from the fact that our team members are encouraged to think outside the circle and run with their ideas, by delivering the most respected professionals from the commercial and legal world’s to present an innovative program that offers a balance of useful content means we are not only continuing to produce Europe’s biggest law events, but we also have the pleasure of welcoming hundreds of professionals from the world’s biggest law firms and companies to London which is not only great for the profession, but also excellent news for our economy and reputation as the hub for European law”.

With this year’s LawTech Futures sold out weeks before the event takes place at the QEII Conference Centre in London on the 30th April 2013, plans are already underway to double the size of next year’s conference to rival the world’s biggest legal technology event, and when asked if Netlaw Media can once again produce a capacity sell out, Armstrong simply replied “without a doubt”.

In addition to presenting inventor Ray Kurzweil, this year’s ‘LawTech Futures’ event will also support a solid line up of presenters from global companies and law firms including Google, Hitachi, McAfee, Norton Rose, Nettitude, White & Case, Stroz Friedberg, Kingsley Napley, Mimecast, HP Autonomy, DLA Piper and GSMA.