Save the date – Legalex 2016

Save the date – Legalex 2016

Registration is now open for LegalEx 2016. The show takes place on 11th & 12th May 2016 at ExCeL, London, so save the date in your diary and secure your free ticket today!

Once again, Legalex has attracted the most amazing lineup of speakers. During the event, you can hear from Lesley Batchelor (Director General of the Institute of Export); Jonathan Smithers (President of the Law Society); and Chrissie Lightfoot (best connected and most engaged woman in the legal sector) will lead a panel discussion exploring the positive impact being made by AI and robots in today’s legal services, with the panel made up by members from IBM Watson, RAVN, Xerox, Neota Logic, and more.

Back for its third edition, the event promises to be bigger and better than ever. This year the exhibition involves over 100 of the newest and most innovative exhibitors, many of whom are at the cutting edge of dealing with the changes imperative for your practice in order to compete effectively with the competition. There are also 1-2-1 advice clinics, live demos, networking opportunities, masterclasses, and much more.

Legalex is the UK’s fastest growing legal event and it stands as the essential platform for any partner, owner, or professional of any legal business working in a rapidly evolving sector. The show is packed with information, knowledge, and a firm vision into the future of law.

Make sure you stay ahead of your competition and save the dates in your diary. It takes only minutes to confirm your place here; or if you’re interested in exhibiting, please contact the Legalex team directly.

For more information on everything that’s going on and to register for your complimentary tickets, visit

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Josh Morris

Josh is the Journalist for the Today's Group and writes many of the articles for Today's Conveyancer. He graduated with a degree in Physics from Cardiff University in 2009 before training as a journalist.
He has previously written for The Times, The Mirror and The Daily Express.

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