Online Entry Form

Awards Submission – Individual Categories:

All individual award entries must be submitted with detailed and relevant supporting evidence. Information deemed necessary to support your entry must be submitted via the online entry form below. All areas within the entry form require completion to successfully process your entry and you may upload additional supporting documents as part of your entry. All information provided will be submitted to the independent judging panel.

Entries close on Friday, 12th July 2019. All awards finalists will be officially announced on Wednesday, 11th September 2019. In addition, finalists will be listed on the official British Legal Technology Awards website and via Netlaw Media’s websites and social media channels.

Individual category finalists will be notified via-email approximately 4 weeks prior to the awards. Due to the high volume of entries, we are unable to notify unsuccessful entrants. If you experience any problems submitting your application or supporting documents, please email eventops@netlawmedia.com.

Important – Entry fees must be paid via credit or debit card at the time of submission and are non refundable. Should payment not be made, your submission will not be completed and your entry not accepted. Upon receipt of submission and full payment, a representative of Netlaw Media will contact you within 72 hours (via email) to confirm your entry acceptance and a VAT invoice / receipt (where applicable) will be issued via email.

View the full ‘Terms & Conditions of Award Entry’. View the ‘Evaluation Criteria & Moderation Process’

The British Legal Technology Awards 2019 - FULL Entry Form

  • (must purchase an individual ticket or table package for the event)
  • Please state your objectives / reason for nominating the company or individual into the chosen award category. The information supplied will be reviewed by the judging panel. Information deemed false or exaggerated will result in disqualification and your submission will not be processed. Supporting documentation must be evidently true and cohesive for the purpose of a successful application. Objectives area must be a minimum of 100 words, and not exceed 500 words.
  • Determining the quality of a strategy and objective requires consideration of all the elements that go into the innovation process. The judging panel will consider how successfully the concept and the strategy was communicated, and converted into a coherent business objective and plan. Strategy area must be a minimum of 100 words, and not exceed 500 words.
  • Execution complexity must be considered when taking into account differences in technology, location and user preferences. The execution of an initiative, objective or product will be reviewed by our judges who will consider: Was / is the execution seamless? How well was / is the project / product implemented? Does the product / initiative add value and the execution enhance the companies offerings? Execution area must be a minimum of 100 words, and not exceed 500 words.
  • Success is deemed by quantifiable results and the efficient functionality of the related technology. This criteria will be judged on measurable performance and overall results. Results area must be a minimum of 100 words, and not exceed 500 words.
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    Accepted file types: doc, docx, pdf, ppt.
    Please upload any additional supporting evidence to support your application.

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