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Future Lawyer Summit 


29 May, 2018

London

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/future-lawyer-summit-v20-the-legal-innovation-conference-tickets-38117167474














The FLS - Future Lawyer Summit is a one-day event taking place at one of the most contemporary venues in the City of London - etc. venues St Paul's. FLS is now widely regarded by the industry as a must-attend conference and expo.  

 

The conference gathers CIOs, CISOs, Directors of Innovations/Business Transformation, IT Directors, Managing and Senior Partners representing small, medium-sized and the Legal 500.  

 

Technology is becoming more and more important in developing innovative ways to deliver legal services. FLS provides the platform for legal technology vendors and consultancies to equip the modern lawyer with the right tools and be a tech-step ahead. 

 

To claim 10% discount quote DFM10 at the check-out. Book your attendance today! 

 
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