CELEBRATE THE 10TH ANNUAL SOLO & SMALL FIRM CONFERENCE WITH YOUR COLLEAGUES!
LSBA'S 10th Annual Solo and Small Firm Conference
REGISTRATION AND CONFERENCE INFO:
•To register online registration - click on the blue "Register Online" button at the top and follow the prompts.
•To register by mail, click here for the mail-in form
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about the 10th Annual Solo and Small Firm Conference.
PRICING: Your Registration Fee covers: up to 12.5 hours of CLE credit, including ethics and professionalism; breakfast and lunch on both days; and Thursday's networking reception.
- Until until March 6, 2017 - Only $300.00! (<$25/CLE Credit!)
- AFTER March 6, 2017 - Onsite registration only for $350.00 by check.
The room block has expired. The LSBA recommends that attendees requiring rooms go to hotels.com
as soon as possible to locate reservations at your price range and at the hotel of your choice.
for the tenth year of the ONLY
conference dedicated completely
to the small office practitioner. THE
one-stop conference for your entire CLE requirement - multitracks of relevant topics, top vendors, and notable speakers from all over the U.S. - substantive law updates (more of them this year!), law office management, latest legal tech, ethics, professionalism - it's all here
! Don't miss this popular conference!
Among the featured speakers:
Some 2016 reviews:
- Craig Ball, a Texas litigator extraordinaire who now calls the Big Easy his home, is an e-discovery and computer forensics wizard. A master speaker, having delivered more than 750 presentations and papers, he is particularly eloquent on computer forensics. He’s been quoted as saying that it’s the “art of teasing human drama out of bits and bytes.” So true. You can gather data all you want, but unless it helps your clients put a story together, it is of little value. You may already be familiar with Ball's previous monthly column for the ABA's Law Technology News, “Ball in Your Court.” He still pens a popular blog of the same name, ballinyourcourt.com. After listening to him in person, you'll feel as if you’ve gained 10 IQ points (as well as the applicable CLE credit).
- Catherine Sanders Reach is returning to the Big Easy and to this conference with her informative and easy-to-understand technology presentations. She is the Director, Law Practice Management and Technology for the Chicago Bar Association, and was previously the Director at the American Bar Association’s Legal Technology Resource Center for over ten years. She is a past member the ABA TECHSHOW Planning Board (serving in this capacity from 2007-2009 and 2014-2016) and is on the Editorial Advisory Board for Law Technology News, Law.com’s LegalTechnology and Law Practice Today. She is armed with a master’s degree in Library and Information Studies from the University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa.
"Best all-in-one stop CLE there is."
"Nice to have vendors there for Q&A about their products. Even better to talk with fellow solos about tech solutions that have worked for them."
"Intelligent, relevant programming. Stuff you can use!"
"If you're a solo, you should to go to this conference. Great deal and excellent."
Attendee questions go to:
Senior Practice Assitance Secretary
Speaker questions go to:
Shawn L. Holahan
Practice Management Counsel
Vendor and exhibitor inquiries go to:
Program Coordinator - Marketing & Sections