Lexacom backs Fang-tastic event in sponsorship deal

Lexacom Digital Dictation is to sponsor the London Legal Support Trust’s (LLST) annual Halloween Ball, for the third year running.

Sponsoring the thrilling event at the Royal College of Surgeons, is just one of the ways Lexacom is supporting the trust’s work to improve access to and funding for free legal advice.  Lexacom also provides software advice and support, as well as participating in other fundraising initiatives such as the London Legal Walk.

A recognised digital dictation leader in the healthcare market, Lexacom is increasingly being chosen as an alternative supplier by law firms looking to adopt efficient, reliable digital dictation technology which is both easy to use and cost effective.

Managing director, Andrew Whiteley, said “we are delighted to be sponsoring the LLST Halloween Ball again this year. The LLST provides a valuable service, in promoting and providing access to free legal advice for those who need it, and we are proud to support them.”

The Halloween Ball is an important fundraising event for the LLST, as well as providing a great opportunity for solicitors, barristers, judges and friends to have some fun. In addition to sponsoring the meal, Lexacom is offering all guests a spook-tacular discount on license costs when purchasing Lexacom Digital Dictation. Not only that, but Lexacom will make a donation to the LLST with every purchase made, to help them continue their valuable work.

Bob Nightingale MBE, Chief Executive of the LLST, said,

“we really appreciate all the support that Lexacom are giving to the voluntary legal sector. With the introduction of LASPO (Legal Aid, Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Act 2012), law centres, charities and other agencies who support poor and vulnerable people are facing a particularly challenging time so the funds and technical support provided by Lexacom are very welcome indeed.”

For further information about Lexacom, visit www.lexacom.co.uk/legal or follow @LexacomDictate on Twitter. To learn more about the LLST, visit www.londonlegalsupporttrust.org.uk or follow @londonlegal on Twitter.