Law practice, legal marketing, & legal technology.
Chad Burton discusses how bar associations can help lawyers run their practices—and whether bar associations need to rebrand. Sam and Aaron also go over what practice management apps stood out to them at the ABA TECHSHOW.
Daniel Gershburg has a real estate and bankruptcy practice in transition, so he is trying to figure out what the future of law practice looks like for solo and small-firm lawyers. As he puts it “I wanted to see who was going to eat my lunch.” Plus, Aaron and Sam talk about their 2015 ABA TECHSHOW experience.
The last seven keynote speakers at ABA TECHSHOW have been white men who mostly have no real connection to legal tech.
Every year at ABA TECHSHOW, we get the results of the ABA’s annual technology survey. This year we learned that only 30% of lawyers say they use a web-based service.
The trend towards the cloud has been pretty clear for some time, but walking the EXPO Hall at ABA TechShow made it clear that we have passed the tipping point for practice management software. The future is in the cloud.
I am convinced LexThink.1 would be even more fun if there were a side game for the audience. So this year, I've put together a bingo card. Or drinking game, as you please.
So you’ve been asked to speak at ABA TechShow. But there are a ton of sessions. How will you make yours stand out on the conference schedule? How will you get people excited to hear you speak?
LexThink.1?s emcee, Matt Homann, just put up all of the 6-minute presentations from this year’s LexThink.1.
The ABA’s annual TechShow conference is awesome and you should go.
The 64 presenters at this year’s ABA TechShow were overwhelmingly white and male. I count 15 women (23%) and just 2 people of color (3% — although it is difficult to tell who might consider themselves a person of color just from a photograph). All of the LexThink.1 presenters who showed up were white and […]