Here’s the firtst of a number of videos we’ll be publishing over the next few days from this year’s LawTech Futures event.
So was Tuesday’s LawTech Futures event in London busy? This cartoon from Rekoop sums up just how hard it was to get spare tickets for the event…
The official app for next Tuesday’s LawTech Futures event in London is available now both for the iPhone and Android smartphones. We’ve been using an earlier version of the app for the last few days and have to say that – even if we weren’t involved with the event – this is one of the best events apps we have ever seen. Features include Speaker Profiles + a Floor Plan + the Event Schedule + a full Exhibitor List (alphabetical order) + Latest News + full Event Information (including how to get there by public transport) + Twitter Feed.
Today (Friday 19 April) and it is 10 days to go until LawTech Futures opens for business and Ray Kurzweil takes the stage. Along with a keynote and a book signing, we’ll also be filming an interview with him. And yes, to a question by a reader, he did also invent one the earlier musical synthesisers.
Nexum Software is marking its event sponsorship of this year’s LawTech Futures event with the release of a new gaming app. The revenue management specialist, who will be promoting its Revenuetionary approach to law firm financial fitness at the event, has launched Word Patroller for iPhone. The game’s making-words-under-pressure format will appeal to fans of App Store classics SpellTower and Boggle.
Here’s a run-down on the latest developments with the LawTech Futures event we are running in London on 30th April, along with a neat infographic to summarise some of the data.
Security guru Raj Samani (McAfee) and enterprise cloud/Big Data technologies expert Matt McNeill (Google) have been added to the speaker line-up at LawTech Futures – The Future of Legal Technology event in London on the 30th April 2013.