This week’s blog post for Ipro’s blog is all about Legalweek next week. “Wait”, you say, “didn’t we already just have Legalweek?” “Yes, we did”, I say, “but we’re doing it again four more times this year”. That’s where the “(year)” part comes in.
The March conference is a one-day event next Tuesday, March 16. And there are several interesting sessions to check out, including a track dedicated to Litigation/eDiscovery and Data Science, which I detail on the post! I also plan to attend some of the sessions and cover the event, so be looking for that.
Here’s the link to register for Legaltech(week) – it’s FREE if you can attend live and don’t need CLE. And guess what? If you registered already for the last one, you’re already set!
And Ipro will be conducting a Virtual Celebration/Happy Hour starting at 4pm ET. If you remember Ipro Happy Hours over the years at Faces and Names in Manhattan, you can expect a terrific virtual event with drink recipes from Geoff Schmidt, Mixologist and Host and it will be an opportunity for Ipro to announce its rebranding initiative and new product features as well. You’ll hear from:
- Pierre Chamberland, Chief Innovation Officer at Ipro; and
- Ryan Joyce, Senior Vice President at Ipro
It will be a fun event and you can learn some exciting information as well! Here’s the link to check out upcoming Ipro Legalweek(year) events!
So, what sessions are coming up at Legalweek(year) next week. And why is there a picture of Yogi Berra on this post – again? You can find out on Ipro’s blog here. 😉 It’s just one more click!
So, what do you think? Are you attending next week’s Legaltech(week)? Please share any comments you might have or if you’d like to know more about a particular topic.
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