Training & Networking

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Of great importance in any event is the opportunity to interact with other participants of the conference. The aim of this conference and exhibition is to bring together expert speakers, delegates, and service providers to discuss topics and test out solutions to real-world problems. Our quality delegates consist of In-house lawyers, Law Firms, Auditors, Professionals in E-Discovery, Litigation Support, Digital Forensics, Cyber Security, Data Analytics, and Data Privacy.You simply cannot miss Europe's most inclusive and comprehensive annual event for the industry. With its distinctive European location, there would be the chance to explore the many sights of Brussels. Do not miss the chance to enjoy the Welcome Drinks on Sunday evening and Networking Dinner on Monday evening.

There would be one-day workshops on the day after the 13th November event. These workshops help to go more in-depth on the topics that are of interest. Enrolling on any of the three workshops below will grant you free access to the event on the 13th of November.

 

Tuesday 14th November 2017

GDPR Workshop (EUR 499,  EUR 599 after 31st August)
Digital Forensics Workshop (EUR 499,  EUR 599 after 31st August)
Cyber Incident Planning & Response Workshop (EUR 499,  EUR 599 after 31st August)

You can book your place on the workshops by going to the registration link; https://www.regonline.com/lawtecheuropecongress2017

At the "Start Your Registration" section, click the drop-down menu and select the applicable workshop.


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GETTING TO THE VENUE

Arriving By Car

 

Put Place Victor Horta 1, 1060 Brussels, Belgium into a GPS system. It is by far the easiest way to get to the hotel.

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Arriving By Train

Brussels Midi (Zuid) station is situated right next to the Pullman Hotel. This is also one of the main Eurostar terminals.

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Arriving By Plane

 

After arriving at Brussels International, head out to the town center using the E40. This is the fastest route, despite the usual traffic. You may also want to get a train into central Brussels as these run regularly. Look for Brussels Midi station.

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