Top SOS executives at Alternative Legal IT Conference

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6 September 2013


Mid-tier law firms can have a consultation with senior directors from Solicitors Own Software (SOS) at the Alternative Legal IT Conference this month.

SOS is exhibiting at this year’s event, which takes place at Heythrop Park Resort in Oxfordshire on 17th and 18th September.

As the event targets IT directors in mid-tier law firms, SOS is sending two directors to match the seniority of delegates, who are qualified to offer strategic one-to-one consultations at the SOS stand.

David McNamara, managing director of Solicitors Own Software, said: “We are delighted to be returning to the conference this year, where I will be available along with our commercial director, Elaine Galvin, to speak to delegates about their legal IT needs and provide an overview of SOS Connect.

“Our support of this prestigious event is evidence of our total commitment to mid-tier law firms, and our mission of helping them to streamline their operations, improve their client experience and manage risk and compliance issues.”

In advance of the event, delegates can pre-book a time slot with either David or Elaine by emailing info@soslegal.co.uk

A portfolio of case studies will be available at the SOS stand.



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