On the 29th May, representatives from Redstor will attend London’s Future Lawyer Summit, a highly regarded conference, as an exhibitor. The one-day event, hosted at etc. venues St Pauls, will see a range of professionals from the legal industry including decision makers from small and medium sized law firms and the legal 500 in attendance.
The ‘must attend’ conference and expo will see a selection of discussion panels, topical presentations, networking and exhibition sessions over the course of a day. Kicking off around 8am the event will culminate in a networking and drinks reception in the early evening.
As technology becomes increasingly important in the modern law firm, the future lawyer summit gives legal technology vendors and consultants the perfect opportunity to meet with IT decision makers and IT professionals from the industry, helping to equip with the tools needed for success. The conference chair for the event includes representatives from some of the top law organisations in the UK such as Daniel Pollick CIO of DLA Piper UK, Stephen Allen Global Head of Legal Service Delivery for Hogan Lovells and Marco Imperiale, Innovation Officer at LCA Law Firm.
Redstor will be exhibiting at the show with a focus on data management and protection through Redstor pro; Redstor Pro is a unified backup, disaster recovery and archiving solution. We’ll be talking about:
• Unified backup and disaster recovery • GDPR compliant backup • Cloud Archiving • Cloud to cloud backups
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