Slaw is unusual in that three of the four non-American chairs of ABA TECHSHOW are contributors to a collective blog.
For those who haven’t heard, TechShow is the world’s premier legal technology CLE conference & expo. It’s also the longest lasting – since it started in Dallas back in 1984. The three-day CLE conference is attended by more than 1,500 professionals each year and features more than 50 legal technology CLE programmes and training sessions in fifteen topical tracks.
Lawyers – Canadian lawyers too – can’t afford NOT to attend. Now is the time to learn about new technologies and new methods of doing business. And if you’re a CBA member, there’s a special discount.
TECHSHOW offers something for everyone—from new solos to large firm partners, from tech beginners to advanced IT directors—there are educational sessions for all. With plenty of “networking” time to talk with other lawyers and experts on the technology issues facing your firm. The social networking and marketing with technology sessions, alone, are well worth the price of admission. These seminars will help you generate new clients and new business from existing clients.
Friday, April 3 is Solo & Small Firm Day, offering lawyers in these firms a special one-day admission with two all-day tracks of seminars especially for small firms.
Take advantage of the world’s premier legal technology CLE conference and expo at a substantial discount by registering before the February 28, early-bird deadline.
This year’s featured keynote is Richard Susskind, author of The Future of Law, and his new book, The End of Lawyers?, who has 25 years of legal technology experience, and serves as Chair of the Advisory Panel on Public Sector Information and has been IT Adviser to the Lord Chief Justice of England.
See you at the Hilton Chicago from April 2-4, 2009.