Join me on Friday and Saturday this week for the 2018 Law + Technology Summit, presented by the San Diego County Bar Association and the Law Practice Management & Technology Section of the California Lawyers Association.

The programs includes a line-up of marquis speakers, including Dennis Garcia, assistant general counsel for Microsoft Corporation, and Jeff Bennion, lawyer and columnist for Above the Law. Programs on the slate include:

  • Cybersecurity and Using the Cloud for Lawyers – Dennis Garcia, Assistant General Counsel for Microsoft Corporation.
  • Common Money-Wasting Mistakes in E-discovery – Eddy Borysewicz, President of Invendica, Inc., and Pedram Ranjbar, Systems Engineer at Storvantage, Inc.
  • A Lawyer’s Guide to Social Media Advertising – Jeff Bennion, Chair of the LPMT Section of the California Lawyers Association.
  • iPad Apps for Lawyers – Christi McGowan, Co-Owner of E-discovery Litigation Specialists, Inc and Christine Stansall, Certified E-Discovery Specialist.
  • High-Tech Depositions -Mike Tisa, Director of Litigation Technology at Aptus Court Reporting.
  • Avoiding Ethical Problems in the Use of Technology – Shawn Kennedy, Principal Attorney at Modera Legal.
  • How to Avoid Common E-discovery Pitfalls – Lauren Doucette, eDiscovery Strategy Coordinator and President of the Women in eDiscovery San Diego Chapter.
  • Using Technology in Trial to Enhance Advocacy, Do’s & Don’ts – Hon. Eddie Sturgeon and Jeff Bennion.
  • Ethical Use of Social Media for Lawyers – Renee Galente, Civil Litigation and Criminal Defense Trial Lawyer.
  • Technology in Practice – Joy Murao, Global Practice Support Executive & e-Discovery Strategist.
  • Proceeding Paperless: The Extinction of Bankers Boxes and Exhibit Binders – Cari Pines and Alexa Wolff

I am presenting a plenary session on Friday morning at 9:30 on the ethical duty of technology competence.

More information and details on registration are available at the summit website.

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Bob is a lawyer, veteran legal journalist, and award-winning blogger and podcaster. In 2011, he was named to the inaugural Fastcase 50, honoring “the law’s smartest, most courageous innovators, techies, visionaries and leaders.” Earlier in his career, he was editor-in-chief of several legal publications, including The National Law Journal, and editorial director of ALM’s Litigation Services Division.