Five fringe events for lawyers at Social Media Week London

Five fringe events for lawyers at Social Media Week London

Social Media Week, the international social and digital media uber-conference is back in London for another year. The programme is impressive, including the independent events which don’t require a ticket - with the likes of Ogilvy, The National Gallery and General Assembly hosting, a good deal of the non-ticketed programme could easily be part of the main event. Noticeable this year is the lack of focus on video, perhaps because it's merged into a general concept of "content" as it's become the norm.  The 2015 theme appears to be how data and social media come together, which is bound to lead to some interesting ideas for ROI and business development. I’ve looked through the fringe programme and picked five of the best events for lawyers and law firms. All event details, sign-up information and tickets for the main conference can be found on the Social Media Week London website.

Lie, Damn Lies and Social Statistics - why raw data can tell the wrong story, and why that matters

Monday 14th 9am-9.30am - National Gallery.

Kick off social media week with this free event hosted by PR and ad firm Ogilvy and The National Gallery. In this previous post Jeremy Hopkins discusses wh

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