We are delighted to announce that graduates have voted Ten10 the fifth best place to work in the UK, following the results released from The Job Crowd’s Top Companies For Graduates To Work For 2019/20 survey. Over 350 companies were reviewed in this year’s survey, which also saw Ten10 taking the top spot in the IT Development & Consulting Graduate Scheme of the Year and Large Intake Graduate Scheme of the Year categories.
Join us for a few drinks and the chance to network with your peers in London from 5.30pm on the 10th July.
What to expect
ILTA UK Co-Chairs Tony McKenna and Andrew Powell welcome you to engage and connect with legal tech professionals in London. This is also an opportunity for ILTA members to find out what ILTA is trying to achieve in the UK and how (or why) members should support this vision. Joy Heath Rush, ILTA's CEO will also be in attendance.
You are also welcome to attend the Tech Talk: Women Who Lead taking place at an earlier time slot of 4:00 pm - 5:00pm.
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