The London Law Expo / European Legal Security Forum 2017 returned to London on Tuesday 10th October, and welcomed visitors from the world of legal practice management, technology and IT security.
Following the recent amalgamation of The London Law Expo and The European Legal Security Forum, this major international law event took place over 2 floors at the Old Billingsgate, London where visitors were offered open access to both events.
With 6 presentation stages, 70 expert speakers and over 80 exhibitors across two floors, The London Law Expo / European Legal Security Forum 2017 explored a wide array of topics, issues and opportunities to assist law firms and legal businesses increase their overall performance, profitability and levels of IT security.
As Europe’s largest law expo, the newly amalgamated event took place over 3,000 sqm of floor space with ‘The London Law Expo’ staged on the ground floor and ‘The European Legal Security Forum’ staged on the 2nd floor of the Old Billingsgate, London.
The London Law Expo 2017 – (Ground Floor)
Chaired by Professor Stephen Mayson, The London Law Expo 2017 brought together the most respected names in the legal and commercial worlds to deliver a wide range of managerial, operational and sector focused information.
With 4 presentation stages running simultaneous development sessions, the event explored emerging opportunities within the legal & economic landscapes, strategies for increased managerial & team performance, operations, practice management and firm-wide business development.
Following the successful launch of the Tech Hub in 2015, the London Law Expo 2017 also examined the legal technology systems, strategies and processes that will drive law firms and legal businesses into the next decade and beyond.
The European Legal Security Forum – (2nd Floor)
Following the sold-out success of the inaugural event in 2016, The European Legal Security Forum 2017 was staged on the 2nd floor of the Old Billingsgate, London during The London Law Expo 2017.
With an emphasis on critical response planning, risk mitigation, data breach aftermath and cyber security awareness, The European Legal Security Forum 2017 explored the security threats and high-priority risk factors associated with cyber security and data protection within the legal sector.
Chaired by award winning security analyst Graham Cluley, this full day conference and exhibition offered presentations by many leading experts from the world of cyber security who gave advice on the latest developments in IT security, law firm resilience and threat vulnerability. With many CIO’s, CISO’s, Head’s of Legal Technology in attendance, the 2017 event also featured 30 leading suppliers which showcased the latest IT security systems to protect law firms and legal businesses from sophisticated hacks and breaches.