On the 27th & 28th, March thousands of dedicated legal professionals will flood to the ExCeL, London for LegalEx 2019. Legalex is Europe’s most comprehensive and all-encompassing trade show for legal professionals and the business behind the solicitor.
Over 3,000 legal professionals will come together at the ExCeL to discover the latest tools, products, services, resources and innovations that are changing the game in legal business growth and data security. Aside from the 150 industry leading exhibitors, visitors will also benefit from the expert-led seminar schedule, and the sophistication of the keynote line up that gets better every year.
Highlights of the show include:
- Over 3,000 legal professionals coming together, creating invaluable legal networking opportunities.
- Keynote Speaker seminars from the likes of Michele DeStefano, Richard Tromans, Chris Bull and Itzik Amiel, among others.
- Following feedback from their last shows, Legalex has introduced the new Legal Marketing Summit Theatre which will address all the questions and queries about legal marketing.
For the full line up and to register for tickets, simply visit the online show guide by visiting here.
Naturally, we’re proud to partner with Legalex for another year. We’ll be there at stand 832 during the show, so if you’re recruiting, why not come and meet our team?
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