June/July 2009 • Vol. 29 No. 6 | An E-Publication of the Los Angeles County Bar Association

Be Part of LegalTech West Coast 2009 on June 24-25

To register, visit www.legaltechshow.com or call (212) 457-7905 and mention you are a LACBA member to redeem your registration discount.

LegalTech, the must-attend legal technology event on the West Coast, which runs June 24-25 at the Los Angeles Convention Center, provides an in-depth look at the advances the technological world has developed for you and your practice.

It also offers an expansive exhibit floor with the most extensive gathering of up-to-date products developed to meet your current and future needs.

From practice software solution to online research tools and Wi-Fi courtrooms, practitioners are becoming more efficient and productive with technological support solutions. Learn how to stay ahead with the latest technology that plays an important role in today’s legal community.

This year, LegalTech West Coast will offer its attendees free CLE credits to both morning keynote sessions, one of which provides a free ethics credit.

You can also attend sessions that discuss how Web 2.0 can work for you, gain insight into how to navigate globalization and international e-discovery, and explore what is evolving in the world of knowledge management and IT.

Plus...you can visit the LACBA booth on the showroom floor to find out the latest on the Association and to learn how you can leverage the many effective technology-based benefits of LACBA membership.

To register or learn more about LegalTech, visit www.legaltechshow.com or call (212) 457-7905 and mention your LACBA membership to redeem a registration discount. If your schedule doesn’t allow you to take advantage of certain CLE sessions, you can still view the exhibit floor by registering for the EXHIBITS ONLY package at NO CHARGE. This offer provides access to all the exhibits, daily keynotes, Emerging Technology Sessions, and the Super Sessions.
 




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