Technology is transforming the legal profession by the minute. The once distant concept of “future law” is now taking form. Lawyers need to stay ahead of the sea-changes happening to our profession and work together to conquer the challenges that lie ahead.
On October 19-20th, lawyers and techies alike will gather together in Chicago to address these very issues at the CLIO Cloud Conference.
The two-day conference will feature speakers in different educational tracks discussing the intersection between the business of law and the ever-changing world of technology.
Several big names will be at the event including John Suh of LegalZoom, David Wilkins of Harvard Law School, Gyi Tsakalakis of AttorneySync, Will Hornsby of the ABA, Michele DeStefano of LawWithoutWalls, and Jeena Cho – author of The Anxious Lawyer.
Jayne Reardon, Executive Director of the Illinois Supreme Court Commission on Professionalism, will also be a featured speaker, analyzing the heightened importance of ethics and professionalism in light of the rapid technological changes reshaping the legal profession.
Conference attendees can earn up to 10 hours of CLE credit.
Registration is still open for both days of the conference, and the speaking agenda is now active for planning your visit.