Netlaw Media and Charles Christian
present the 3rd Annual
LawTech Futures – The Future of Legal Technology
QEII Conference Centre – London, United Kingdom
This Event is SOLD OUT
Following capacity sell outs in 2012 & 2013, the 3rd annual ‘LawTech Futures 2014 – The Future of Legal Technology’ returns to London, United Kingdom on Tuesday 25th March 2014.
With LawTech Futures 2012 & 2013 reaching capacity sell outs 4 weeks before the events took place, Europe’s largest legal technology conference and exhibition will return to the world class QEII Conference Centre in Westminster, London to be staged over 2,500 square metres of floor space.
As one of the world’s leading legal IT events, ‘LawTech Futures 2014 – The Future of Legal Technology’ will offer three presentation stages including a 450 seat conference room delivering multi-stream conference sessions, keynote presentations, panel discussions, interviews, debates and interactive demonstrations.
With the Inventor of the World Wide Web, Sir Tim Berners-Lee confirmed as Keynote Speaker, ‘LawTech Futures 2014’ will continue to step aside from the traditional and often mundane legal IT event structure by bringing together some of the most highly respected professionals from both the legal and commercial technology worlds to examine and explore the new range of systems, processes and platforms that will drive law firms and legal businesses into the next decade and beyond.
Following on from the success of the 2013 event, ‘LawTech Futures 2014′ will also offer over 70 exhibitions with some of the world’s best known suppliers showcasing new and upgraded systems as well as the best legal and commercial technology on the market.
Sir Tim Berners-Lee – Inventor of the ‘World Wide Web’
to Keynote ‘LawTech Futures 2014’
Sir Tim Berners-Lee to deliver the Keynote Presentation at ‘LawTech Futures 2014 – The Future of Legal Technology’.
Sir Tim Berners-Lee is a pioneer and advocate of the Internet age, and is best known as the inventor of the World Wide Web.
Sir Tim is currently with the Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory at MIT, he Directs the World Wide Web Consortium (a Web standards organisation) and is also a Director of the World Wide Web Foundation which funds and coordinates efforts to advance the potential of the Web to benefit humanity by creating programs that help give access to the Web often in developing countries. In addition, Sir Tim is also a Founding Director of the Web Science Trust, which promotes the multidisciplinary study of the web and its effects on society.
In 2001, Sir Tim became a Fellow of the Royal Society and is the recipient of many international awards including the Japan Prize, the Prince of Asturias Foundation Prize, the Millennium Technology Prize and Germany’s Die Quadriga Award.
In 2004, Sir Tim was knighted by H.M. Queen Elizabeth and in 2007 was awarded the Order of Merit (one of 22 living members bestowed as a personal gift of the Queen).
In 2009, Sir Tim was elected a foreign associate of the National Academy of Sciences, and in the same year, the UK Prime Minister Gordon Brown announced that Sir Tim Berners-Lee would work with the UK Government to help make data more open and accessible on the Web.
Having been ranked joint first in ‘The Telegraph’s list of 100 greatest living geniuses’, on the 18th March 2013, Sir Tim along with Vinton Cerf, Robert Kahn, Louis Pouzin and Marc Andreesen, was awarded the ‘Queen Elizabeth Prize for Engineering’ for ground-breaking innovation in engineering that has been of global benefit to humanity.
Speakers & Chairpersons – LawTech Futures 2014 – The Future of Legal Technology
Photos from LawTech Futures 2013 – The Future of Legal Technology
Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre, London – Venue for the 2014 LawTech Futures Event
The LawTech Futures series of events are produced by Netlaw Media, Europe’s most successful legal events and media organisation behind a record eight major ‘sold out’ law events in succession, in association with Charles Christian, founder, publisher and editor-in-chief of the Legal IT Insider.
The ‘LawTech Futures’ series of events is in no way associated with any other event or event organiser which uses an extension of the word ‘LawTech’.