Owner and Director
INsig2 LawTech Europe Congress' mission is to create a cutting edge forum that addresses four core areas: digital evidence, forensic investigations, data analytics, and cyber security.
INsig2 LawTech Europe Congress was born from an idea of cooperation and cohesion in 2011. Seeing a lack of resources and connectedness in the legal and tech communities, Frederick Gyebi-Ababio set out to create the opportunity for communities to come together, share knowledge and learn from each other. The event originated in Prague, but in 2015, we moved the annual INsig2 LawTech to Brussels and it was a hit!
At LTEC, we help you meet the people who will help you solve legal and tech problems by providing a platform for discussion, networking and learning. You’ll find solutions all year long, culminating in a two-day Congress, bringing together experts in the fields that matter most to you – law and technology -- from digital evidence and forensic investigations to data analytics and cyber security.
The team is made up of a small that work together every day, tirelessly, to bring our participants the stellar event they deserve, focusing on the issues that matter to them most as professionals in law and technology.
Brussels is served by seven motorways:
A10 – E40, from the Belgian coast, Ostend and Ghent
A12, from Antwerp (Antwerpen)
A1 – E19, also from AAntwerp (Antwerpen) and the Netherlands
A201, from Brussels National Airport (Zaventem)
A3 – E40, from Leuven and Liege
A4 – E411, from Namur and Luxembourg
A7 – E19, from Mons, Charleroi and France (Paris)
Brussels Nord station, which is primarily oriented to commuters, is close to the business district and public services Not far from Grand-Place.
Brussels Airport is located in Zaventem, which takes no more then 20 minutes at the most. The capital can also be reached by taxi or by bus (STIB lines 12 and 21).
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