Netlaw Media, the company behind the British Legal Technology Forum – one of the largest legal tech events in the UK and European conference calendar – has entered into a media partnership for its events with Artificial Lawyer.
The partnership will also see Artificial Lawyer support the DELTAS industry initiative, which is a pro bono diversity project to eliminate barriers within education and training, and to support employment opportunities for people from all backgrounds and lifestyles in the legal tech and IT security sectors.
DELTAS stands for Diversity & Excellence in Legal Technology And Security.
Artificial Lawyer (AL) will be reporting directly from the upcoming British Legal Technology Forum 2019 (BLTF) event on 12 March 2019, in London, which will focus on talent, technology and new thinking in the world of law.
Frances Armstrong, Managing Director of Netlaw Media, said: ‘We are delighted to announce this partnership with Artificial Lawyer, as this will allow us to share the event’s key insights and speakers’ views with audiences nationally and internationally and celebrate our shared commitment to legal tech and innovation’.
‘Artificial Lawyer is focused on the transformation of the legal market, so I am very excited about this partnership with Netlaw Media. Through landmark legal tech events such as the BLTF, Netlaw is helping to support the evolution of the legal sector,’ said Richard Tromans, Founder of AL, who will also be leading a key session on legal AI at the event.
Confirmed speakers include Dentons MD for UK & ME, Lisa Sewell; Raj Samani – Chief Scientist and McAfee Fellow at McAfee; Nick West, CTO at Mishcon de Reya; and Razvan Cretu, Head of IT at CMS, and keynote speaker and inventor, Pranav Mistry, and many more.
To register for The British Legal Technology Forum on 12 March 2019, please visit www.britishlegalitforum.com
For general event enquiries, contact: Anissa Kahouadji, Head of Event Operations, Netlaw Media: email@example.com