Articles Tagged with TechShow

One of the best annual legal technology conferences is ABA Techshow, which this year will be April 16-18 in Chicago. If you want to throw your hat in the ring to speak there, now is the time. Until July 13, the Techshow planning board is accepting speaker and topic proposals. There is no guarantee that […]

Just yesterday, I posted here about announcements by two of the leading cloud-based practice management platforms, Clio and Rocket Matter, that they had launched application programming interfaces (APIs) that will allow third-party application developers to integrate directly with their platforms. I noted the coincidence of the two companies’ announcements coming within days of each other, after […]

I’m starting to wonder whether Clio and Rocket Matter are engaged in high-tech corporate espionage. In January, within days of each other, both companies added document assembly to their cloud-based practice management applications. (See my earlier posts here and here.) Now, again within days of each other, both companies announced that they have launched an application programming interface […]

If you are attending ABA Techshow in Chicago next week, be sure to download the Techshow app for your mobile phone. It is available for iPhone, Android and BlackBerry. The app includes a number of features. Among them: The Techshow schedule. View the full schedule or see events by day, topic or speaker. It even includes a […]

In a post here six years ago entitled The two tech trade shows to attend, I wrote: Having attended way too many legal-technology trade shows over the course of my career, I can state with certainty that there are only two each year you really should attend if you care about keeping current with the […]

Even if you were not able to attend the just-concluded LegalTech 2009 show in New York, you can sample the sights and sounds thanks to various sources: Our Lawyer2Lawyer podcast this week features LegalTech NY 2009 Ten Tech Stars. These are interviews I conducted live at LegalTech with several of the vendors and participants who […]

Two projects of mine, a blog and a podcast, are included on the ABA Journal’s second annual listing of The Blawg 100, the editors’ picks of the best legal blogs. Legal Blog Watch, the Law.com-sponsored blog I cowrite with Carolyn Elefant, won recognition in the News category, and Lawyer2Lawyer, the podcast I cohost with J. […]

I pass along this noteworthy notice: The James I. Keane Memorial Award for Excellence in eLawyering is awarded once a year by the Law Practice Management Section of the American Bar Association at the Annual ABA Techshow in Chicago. The award is named for James I. Keane, the founding chair of the ABA eLawyering Task […]

By way of Debra Cassens Weiss at the ABA Journal, I learned of David Lat’s Project Truman Show. Lat is known among legal bloggers as author of the legal gossip blog Above the Law, where he often delves into other people’s private moments. But via his personal blog, he is now promising to expose his […]