Can't get enough of visiting legal trade shows or – if you are a vendor – being asked to sponsor and/or exhibit at them? Well now there is another one to contend with and here is the promo blurb…


A national legal event featuring exhibitors and seminars from leading experts has been announced for this autumn. The event, NLTEX, will be held in Liverpool at the new BT Convention Centre on the 23rd of October. Visitors will have the opportunity to listen to inspirational speakers and meet business experts who work in the sector. Denise Harris, managing director of SK Events, the organisers behind NLTEX said: “This will be the biggest event of its kind in the UK. We are expecting hundreds of legal professionals to attend this exhibition and the seminars.”

Entry to the exhibition is free and exhibitors confirmed so far include Royal Bank Of Scotland, Mitchel Charlesworth, Audi, IDS and Wesleyan for Lawyers. Places on the seminars cost £35 per person and offer the opportunity to hear advice from leaders in the fields of criminal law, IT and communications. Legal professionals attending the seminars will also be able to gain a valuable five CPD points.

Guest speakers at the seminars include eminent English Barrister Michael Mansfield and international speaker Andy Bounds. Michael Mansfield has worked on some of the country’s most famous cases, representing Michael Barrymore at the Stuart Lubbock inquest, the Bloody Sunday families and Mohamed al-Fayed in the inquest into the deaths of his son Dodi al-Fayed and Diana, Princess of Wales. He will be speaking on a range of legal issues from the short comings of forensic science to the future of the international criminal court. Andy Bounds is the bestselling author of The Jelly Effect.  Andy’s expertise lies in helping businesses all over the world to communicate in ways that get results every time.  He will be lecturing on the easiest, quickest and most pleasant way to generate fees.

To find out more about seminars and exhibiting at the event call 0151 522 9362 or visit www.nltex.co.uk

* For the record, if you have a slack period this autumn – or need to pick up a few CPD points before the end of October, these events have already been announced:

Alternative
Legal IT Conference

17 & 18.09.09, London
New conference from LexisNexis Butterworths for mid-tier law firms.


Law
Autumn, London

29.09-01.10.09, Olympia Conference Centre

New Legal IT Forum 2009
14 & 15.10.09, Marriott St Pierre
The successor to GlenLegal now at a hotel
in the Bristol/Welsh borders area.

Law
Autumn, Birmingham

14 & 15.10.09, The NEC Gallery, Birmingham

NLTEX, Liverpool
23.10.09, BT Convention Centre, Liverpool