This Spring in Chicago
It’s the 2005 ABA Techshow: March 31 to April 2
Mark your calendars now for American Bar Association’s Techshow 2005 at the Chicago Sheraton Hotel and Towers, running March 31 through April 2.
Now in its 19th year, this leading legal technology conference features over 60 educational sessions in eight tracks on a wide range of topics at all levels. These include: “Technology to Jump Start Your Practice,” “The Travelling Lawyer: Handling Business Anytime, Anywhere,” “Marketing with Technology,” “Battle-tested Tactics for E-Discovery,” “Your Computer Forensic’s Toolkit,” “E-filings and E-briefs: a Practical Guide,” “The Trial Lawyer’s Laptop: A Primer,” “Methods for Managing Electronic Evidence,” “Technology and the Family Lawyer,” “Security for Solos and Small Law Firms” and conference favourites such as “60 Tips in 60 Minutes” and “60 Sites in 60 Minutes.”
The sessions are complemented by an exhibit floor of over 100 vendors who can demonstrate the latest software and hardware relevant to legal practice.
Because the Law Society is a program partner in Techshow, every BC lawyer is entitled to a US $100 discount off the conference registration fee, which can be combined with the early-bird registration for a further US $100 discount (if you register by February 18). Please use Program Promoter Code PP15 when registering to receive the Law Society’s discount.
For further information and to register, see www.techshow.com.