Legal Geek pulls out ALL the stops to get you to the conference: Details here

There may be a rail and tube strike on Wednesday 4 October but the Legal Geek team has gone to extraordinary lengths to ensure that people can still attend the two-day conference, arranging free boats and luxury mini buses for people across the UK.

Legal Geek has said that on both Wednesday and Thursday it will pay £30 towards any taxi fare used to get you to the event. Oh yes, and if you arrive on a horse, you get a lifetime pass.

The tube strike does not affect the Elizabeth Line, DLR or London Overground, and all lines will be running on day two (Thursday 5 October.)

Here are the alternative transport details:

⛴ Boat – Arrive on the private Legal Geek boat charter (free)

On Wednesday 4 October and Thursday 5 October – LG is chartering a private boat – with a coffee bar – here is a VIEW MAP OF ROUTE and the stops are: Putney (8am) > Wandsworth (8.15am) > Chelsea (8.30am) > Battersea (8.45am) > Millbank (9am) > London Eye (9.15am) > Blackfriars (9.40am) > Venue

You can book HERE

🚘 Park at the venue

On Wednesday 4th October – there are lots of nearby car parks with plenty of spaces, including; Brick Lane Yard or Broadgate or NCP Whitechapel Road or Minories Car Park, keep a receipt and LG will pay up to £30 per day for car parking (the car park in the venue is now full on day one).

On Thursday 5 October – you can drive to the conference and park free at the venue. LG asks that you carpool to start networking. It is possible to park overnight on day one in the venue car park.

Book car parking for Thursday HERE

🚍 Luxury mini-bus 

On Wednesday 4 Oct and Thursday 5 Oct – LG is organising luxury mini-buses picking up at the following train stations: Guildford, Redhill, Reading, St Albans, Brighton, Maidstone, Oxford, Tunbridge Wells, Stevenage, Woking, Cambridge, Colchester, and Chelmsford direct to the venue. Pick up is at 8am and the return journey leaves the venue at 4.30pm. VIEW MAP OF ROUTES

Book your free bus HERE

Extra bike racks have been added at the venue for those wanting to cycle.

Commenting on a post on LinkedIn by Legal Geek’s founder Jimmy Vestbirk announcing the alternative travel plans, Uber’s CLO Operations Manager Jonathan Johnson-Swagel said: “I don’t have horse budget, I’m riding a donkey.”

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  1. Jon wainwright

    Well done LG and I hope the event is a resounding success despite the effort to wreak havoc on business.

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