If you’re within a few hours driving distance of Chicago, you must consider attending a day or two of the ABA TECHSHOW happening tomorrow through Saturday (April 2-4).

You say, “it’s too expensive – I have no money to spend on conferences.”

I say, “if you have questions about using technology in your law practice, you cannot afford to miss TECHSHOW since it is the most comprehensive collection of legal tech gurus and vendors in the country. You’ll learn more about technology just walking through the halls and asking questions than you will spending a day in software training.”

A one day pass to attend the educational sessions for either Thursday or Friday is only $450 and Saturday is only $195 (Sat is a half day). If you’re a law student, the entire conference is free. If you’re just interested in visiting the Exhibit Hall, it’s ENTIRELY FREE!

If you can’t tell, I get excited about TECHSHOW and no one leaves disappointed. I am honored to be speaking on three panels this year:

  • IT Toolbox: Essential Apps to Get the Job Done
  • A Project Management Approach to E-Discovery
  • Mac@Trial

Please consider attending the conference if at all possible – I guarantee you will benefit from the time spent away from the office, as long as you follow Matt Homann’s “Ten Rules for Conference Attendees” (pay special attention to #9).

And if you just can’t make it at all, keep an eye on the TECHSHOW BUZZ.