A 10th birthday offer from Legal Futures


Happy birthday to us

We have just celebrated the 10th birthday of Legal Futures, and we are marking the occasion with an announcement and a special offer.

Earlier this year, we took over Lips Legal, a long-established provider of specialist webinars. Over the last 16 years, Lips Legal has delivered thousands of CPD hours to law firms across the UK.

As of this week, it is rebranded as Legal Futures Webinars and details of all the courses, covering a full range of practice areas, can be found and booked online. Unlike many providers, the webinar price is for your whole organisation – not just one user. Buy a webinar and an unlimited number of colleagues can view it too.

As a thank you for your continued interest in Legal Futures, we are offering 10% off any webinar booked the rest of this month. Enter this coupon code when booking online: julyoffer

Our award-winning independent journalism continues to leave bigger titles trailing in our wake. In the last year we recorded two million page views, a 24% increase on the previous year, and our specialist sister site Litigation Futures recorded another 635,000 page views.

The combination of specialist webinars with Legal Futures’ and Litigation Futures’ daily news coverage and thought-leadership conferences provides a one-stop shop of practical know-how and market insight for law firm leaders and fee-earners at every level.

We hope you continue to find it valuable.

Neil Rose, Editor




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