Conscious Solutions announce work with Prysm Group on new event, Legalex

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17 December 2013


Conscious Solutions are delighted to announce they are working with the Prysm Group on a brand new event for the legal industry, Legalex.

Legalex is the UK’s only event of its kind, combining a full scale exhibition and conference for solicitors and legal professionals. With hundreds of educational seminars, workshops and suppliers to the industry all under one roof, this event is entirely dedicated to the business needs of your legal firm, designed to drive growth and efficiency in your firm. The first ever Legalex will be held at ExCeL London on 15-16 May 2014 and you can book your free ticket now at http://www.legalex.co.uk or call 0117 930 4927.

Conscious Solutions will be running a seminar theatre which will have seven seminars on each of the two days, with a stellar list of speakers who will deliver some fantastic training & new information in each session.

Additionally, the event is supported by The Law Society, who will also be exhibiting and running their own seminar theatre, packed with useful CPD and industry insight. The Vice President and Chairman will also be presenting in the keynote theatre.

The speaker line-up in the main theatre is still being finalised and will feature the foremost legal experts sharing their thoughts, hints and tips on every area of law, answering burning questions, inspiring new ideas and developing best practice.

The event organisers Prysm Group, one of the top 3 largest independent event organisers in the UK, are the team behind Accountex, the market-leading national exhibition and conference for the accounting profession that launched to great acclaim in 2012. With 3,760 visitors in 2013, it’s already the largest event for accountants in Europe. Legalex follows this successful format in offering a comprehensive suite of education alongside the foremost exhibitors and working closely with the country’s leading legal professional bodies to create a compelling experience for visitors and exhibitors alike.



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