Birmingham to host 'biggest ever' legal conference

Birmingham will host First Law International's annual spring conference from 21-22 May, billed as the 'biggest ever' legal conference.

Selfridges building, Birmingham
Selfridges building, Birmingham
Over 40 leading legal organisations, clients and VIPs from across Europe, Asia, Americas, Africa and the Middle East will congregate in Birmingham for the two-day event. The conference is now in its tenth year and this will be the first time it is held in the UK.

Co-hosted by Wragge Lawrence Graham & Co (UK) and Amarchand & Mangaldas & Suresh A Shroff & Co (India), the conference will deliver networking opportunities and seminars focusing on current trends in the legal industry, with subjects including data protection, international arbitration, oil and gas, life sciences and litigation.

On 21 May the conference will take place at Wragge Lawrence Graham & Co offices in Birmingham, while on 22 May the seminars and a free networking lunch will take place at the Council House Banqueting Suite.

Orlando Casares, president of First Law International, said:  "First Law International’s annual events are much anticipated and promise to deliver first-rate networking and learning opportunities for our network of lawyers, special guests, and client base.

"We are thrilled to see so many of our international’s partners flying into Birmingham for the event, and look forward to meeting UK businesses who may benefit from our vast legal backgrounds and expertise."

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