It’s time to start planning to attend the 2018 ABA TECHSHOW

Attention lawyers who love technology; calling all law-tech-geeks!  It’s time to plan to attend the 2018 ABA TECHSHOW (yes, all caps, those “in the know” never say “TechShow”).  What is TECHSHOW and why are we excited about it (and to say that we are excited is a vast understatement)?

From March 7 – 10, 2018,  in the Windy City (that’s Chicago, if you didn’t already know) leaders in legal technology and law practice management will attend this amazing conference with an expo hall that makes the most hardened of us seem like kids in a candy store.  TECHSHOW is presented by the Law Practice Division of the American Bar Association each year; and it’s no exaggeration to say that this show gets better every year.

With three days of educational tracks – for everyone from the neophyte to technology geniuses – taught by national experts and innovators – this is worth the trip.  It’s in a new location in 2018 – the Chicago Hyatt Regency – and word is that the expo hall (please see my reference to being a kid in a candy store) is going to be bigger and better than ever.  Want to know what’s on the horizon?  There’s a “start-up alley” of new legal tech products that will allow you to be on the cutting edge.

Information will be continually updated on the TECHSHOW website, so check back often.

Even better, we’ve got you covered for break on the registration fee.  Just use code EP1810 when you register and you’ll a discounted rate.

Are we going to be headed to TECHSHOW?  You bet we are!!  Look for more updates here as well.

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