This important day-and-a-half conference, sponsored with the ABA Journal, examines how legal technologies are being adopted in many practice areas including litigation, transactional work, compliance, and intellectual property. Each panel's presenters will demonstrate how a new technology they have developed supports improved service delivery. Attendees will have the opportunity to learn how law firms and legal departments are using technology-based tools to address client needs and explore how these approaches enhance the effectiveness of law practice.
The conference opens with the Iron Tech Lawyer competition on April 22nd from 1:15-3:30 and continues through April 23rd, with panels on technologies in litigation, digital tools in contract management, due diligence, and intellectual property, cross-practice technologies, legal technology careers, and access to justice and open government.
Students can attend for free!! For more info on the speakers, topics, and how to register, click here: http://www.law.georgetown.edu/continuing-legal-education/programs/academic-conferences/Legal-Tech.cfm.
Posted by Morgan Hoey at 9:40 AM
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