Join VESK at The British IT Legal Technology Forum 2015 at Old Billinsgate, London.
Law London Expo is Europe’s largest legal technology conference and exhibition.
Taking place at the Old Billingsgate, London on Tuesday 17th March 2015, the ‘British Legal Technology Forum’ is Europe’s largest legal technology conference and exhibition.
With three presentation areas including a 350 seat main stage, The British Legal Technology Forum will deliver multi-stream conference sessions, keynote presentations, panel discussions, knowledge sessions, interviews, debates and interactive demonstrations. In addition, The British Legal Technology Forum will also offer over 2,000 square metres of exhibition space with many of the world’s best known suppliers showcasing a wide range of new and upgraded systems as well as the finest legal and commercial technology on the market.
Visit stand A19 to meet the VESK team and demo our technology.
Our experts will happily answer any questions you may have about your current IT infrastructure and what benefits migrating to the cloud could bring to your business.
About the Event
Stand Number: A19
Date: March 17th 2015
Hours: 0900 – 1700
Venue: Old Billingsgate, London
Dr. Michio Kaku – Confirmed Keynote Speaker for The British Legal Technology Forum 2015
This is something VESK are extremely excited about, James Mackie commented;
“I have followed Michio Kaku since I was first interested in astrophysics, which is as long as I can remember. Dr. Kaku has a very friendly, and at-ease manner when explaining our quantum and physical universe, popularising science to everyone, not just theoretical physicists! Some of his explanations about life, philosophy and metaphysics are inspiring and mind opening. To say I am excited about potentially meeting Dr. Kaku is an understatement, he is as much as a futurist as Kurzweil and not far behind Hawkings in terms of potentially concluding- ‘the theory of everything’. Dr. Kaku is the co-founder of string theory, it sounds surreal to even say, and to think that myself and my team might meet the founding father of string theory. No scientists that I know can explain string theory fully, and I would like to ask Dr. Kaku what he thinks of James Gates’ discovery of error correction code contained within string theory, essentially concluding that we live in a computer program, aka computer game theory. Some scientists heavily buy into this. I would also like to ask Dr. Kaku if he thinks physics is multi-versal, we all know the laws of physics apply everywhere in our universe, but do quantum laws apply in multiple dimensions and multiple, infinite universes ? They should do according to the laws of physics BUT if everything that can happen, can and does happen, then can the laws and equations of physics alter entirely ?”