With the deadline now passed, Netlaw Media are pleased to announce that entry submissions for ‘The British Legal Technology Awards’ have increased by over 40%.
Supported by Headline Sponsors Salesforce and Introhive, ‘The British Legal Technology Awards’ boast 10 categories, plus a ‘Lifetime Achievement Award’. The stringent judging process is now underway and Netlaw Media readily awaits the results of the winners and runner ups.
Eager to bring together the legal, technology and security communities, to recognise and celebrate the outstanding achievements of the sector, the 2021 winners and runners-up will be awarded during a glittering black-tie ceremony at the Old Billingsgate in London on Thursday 11th November 2021 co-hosted by Chair of the Judges, Jaqueline de Rojas CBE and Jason Bradbury (former host of The Gadget Show).
Chair of the judging panel, Jacqueline de Rojas CBE, President of techUK, commented “The British Legal Technology Awards continue to offer a wonderful opportunity to celebrate the incredible contribution that individuals and teams within the sector have all made to innovation and to our connected future. After a challenging 18 months, it is more important than ever to celebrate the tech that has been pivotal in keeping the world moving during these unprecedented times. The awards ceremony this year is highly anticipated and is set to be the best event so far in the series. The other judges and I look forward to seeing many of you there”.
For more information regarding ‘The British Legal Technology Awards 2021’ including purchasing tickets and tables of 10 for the awards ceremony, visit https://britishlegalitawards.com
About The British Legal Technology Awards Venue 2021
Netlaw Media have been working closely with Ultimate Experience in order to deliver the best awards ceremony yet, we are excited to announce a new and improved venue for 2021, The Old Billingsgate.
Harry Peat, Sales Director says, “It is with deep regret that after many successful years at ‘City Central’ at The HAC, Ultimate Experience will not be renewing their tenancy there nor installing the venue structure in the grounds this November and December. Following the difficulties, the industry has faced over the last 18 months it is no longer possible to commit to the project management, construction, comprehensive fit-out and resourcing of a semi-permanent structure of this scale.”
Peat continues; “Instead with confidence in the industry returning we are delighted to be able to offer the magnificent Old Billingsgate in its place. Old Billingsgate not only benefits from being a highly sought after, permanent event venue in the heart of London but also benefits from a premium installation, AV spec and fit-out to that of City Central meaning we are not only able to host our clients’ events as planned this November and December but also enhance our clients’ experience by elevating their events to a level simply not achievable within a semi-permanent structure.
We hope you will join us in this excitement, and we look forward to exceeding expectations once again at Old Billingsgate where we have been hosting outstanding events for over a decade now.”