As Europe’s largest legal technology conference and exhibition, The British Legal Technology Forum 2022 will once again bring together the most respected professionals from both the legal and commercial technology sectors to examine and explore the systems, strategies, processes and platforms that will drive law firms and legal businesses into the next decade and beyond.
With four presentation stages and over 2,500 square metres of exhibition space, The British Legal Technology Forum hosts multi-stream conference sessions, keynote presentations, panel discussions, knowledge sessions, interviews, interactive demonstrations and exhibitions by over 100 of Europe’s best-known technology and IT security suppliers.
In proud partnership with Aruba, Teneo will be exhibiting at the event. Make sure to come visit the Teneo team at stand C06, where we’ll be on hand to discuss all your IT network and security requirements. Plus, you’ll have the opportunity to win an Oculus VR headset!
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