As many of you know, I’m on the board for the American Bar Association’s TechShow 2004, one of the premier annual technology conferences for the legal industry. One of my goals as a board member is to help remove the qualifier “one of” from that description.
One piece to that puzzle is putting together a great slate of speakers and programs. We are well on the way to doing that and the final grid should be made public in another week or two.
Our speakers and attendees include some of the most tech-savvy lawyers in the world, many decision-makers and decision-influencers, and a large number of the leading writers, speakers and opinion leaders on legal technology.
If that appeals to you, you should consider attending. The registration info is at http://www.abanet.org/techshow/register.html. Check out the available discounts.
A second piece to the puzzle is to be sure that we have the exhibitors and sponsors necessary to give attendees access to both (1) the vendors they expect and want to see and (2) the vendors who are doing cool things that should be seen by our audience.
If your company wants to reach that kind of audience, you should consider being an exhibitor or sponsor. Detailed exhibitor/sponsor information is available at http://www.abanet.org/techshow/sponsorsexhibitors.html.
If I can answer questions, help with follow-up or help with suggestions for sponsorship or exhibitor ideas, please contact me.