Linetime announced as The Alternative Legal IT Conference headline sponsor 2016

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22 June 2016


Linetime200Linetime are pleased to announce they will once again be sponsoring this year’s Alternative Legal IT Conference to be held at The Oxford Belfry Hotel on the 13th & 14th September.

As headline sponsor we see the value law firms receive from an event that is educational and at the same time provides networking opportunities for individuals involved in legal IT.

The conference focuses on the needs of mid-tier firms and the two day event provides the opportunity to listen to a number of the sectors leading speakers and to be involved in a series of roundtable discussions on a wide range of legal IT related topics.

Some of the topics on discussion include:

  • Technology horizon scanning: What are the technological trends on the horizon and how are these trends likely to affect the workplace?
  • Cyber security update for legal leaders – the threat landscape, the latest attack vectors and compliance
  • What does the youthful lawyer want from IT?

Linetime will have a number of staff on hand for anyone wishing to discuss their legal software requirements on a one to one basis.

For more information and to register visit the Alternative Legal IT conference website at www.alternativelegalit.com.

Alternatively, if you are attending and would like to arrange to speak to one of the Linetime staff please contact Kathryn Holmes on 0113 250 0020 or email kathrynh@linetime.co.uk to arrange a suitable time.

 



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