City Legal Exhibiting at LegalEx 2018

Posted on 04 Mar 2018

City Legal is gearing up to attend the UK’s largest and fastest-growing legal event for the second consecutive year.

LegalEx takes place on the 21-22 March at ExCel, London, and will be attended by Dan Peachey, City Legal’s Commercial Director and Teague Fullick, Manager of the Business Development Team, along with members of his team.

One of the highlights for City Legal this year will be a talk by Dan and guest speaker James Potter, one of the UK’s leading LinkedIn experts. The motivational talk, entitled ‘Translating LinkedIn Into Fee Income Across the Globe’, will see Dan and James team up to explain how many firms are missing out by not using LinkedIn to its true potential both in the UK and internationally.

“LegalEx was extremely beneficial and very positive last year, so we’re looking forward to building upon our success at this year’s event,” said Dan.  “It will be great to catch up with old friends, meet new people and to reinforce why 19 out of the UK’s top 20 law firms choose City Legal. LegalEx also gives us the opportunity to talk on a one-to-one basis about our wide range of translation and interpreting services including legal aid translation,” explained Dan

Visitors could also win an Apple watch by going to the City Legal stand (stand number 420) and handing in a business card. Tickets to LegalEx are free; for more information visit: www.legalex.co.uk

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