HotDocs to Exhibit at LawTech Futures 2014

Market leading document generation software provider, HotDocs, is to exhibit at the 2014 LawTech Futures conference in London on 25th March.

Billed as Europe’s biggest legal technology event, LawTech Futures expects to attract in excess of eight hundred attendees who hold a wide range of technology related positions within the legal sector. Now in its third year, the event will offer delegates multiple presentations across three separate stages, hosted by some of the most respected professionals from the world of legal and commercial technology. LawTech Futures also includes an exhibition, with HotDocs as one of more than seventy different technology providers showcasing their products.

Lois McLuckie, Senior Marketing Manager for HotDocs, commented: “As a key supplier to the UK and European legal community, LawTech Futures offers HotDocs an excellent opportunity to network with existing and potential clients. Automated document generation is becoming more and more prevalent, as legal firms, in-house counsels and legal services providers strive to cut costs, reduce risk and create efficiencies. The conference will provide the ideal occasion for us to showcase our industry-leading technology and latest product developments.”

HotDocs will be offering special discounts on the day to LawTech Futures delegates, including an exciting promotional deal on one of the company’s newest products, Document Services. HotDocs Document Services has already been widely adopted within the US legal market, where it is being used to facilitate client intake processes, as well as a range of legal services such as estate planning.

McLuckie continued: “HotDocs Document Services is a fantastic tool with a number of features that law firms will find incredibly useful. For example, the product includes a ‘client interview’ function that allows HotDocs customers to send an intelligent interview directly to their own clients via email – or embedded as a link on a website – allowing their clients to self-serve by populating their own data and enabling the production of a first-draft document at a much earlier stage. We’ve worked out a great promotional deal to enable LawTech Futures delegates to trial this product and better understand the business benefits that it offers.”

LawTech Futures takes place on 25th March 2014 at the QEII Conference Centre in London’s Westminster. Should you wish to register as a delegate for the event, please visit the website,