The Master’s Conference Dallas event is tomorrow, and you could have a chance to attend the Dallas Master’s Conference event tomorrow – free!
The Master’s Conference is the leading legal technology conference that brings together industry experts to share knowledge and explore topics and solutions tailored specifically to their everyday challenges. It has been around since 2006 and has made an in-person comeback this year (like a lot of conferences) with stops in Washington DC, Chicago, Denver, San Francisco and New York.
Tomorrow is the Dallas event and there is a full day of terrific sessions and great speakers on topics including text messages, project management, artificial intelligence, collaboration app data, data privacy and cross-border transfers and more!
Tomorrow’s event is at Holland & Knight LLP, located at 1722 Routh St Ste 1500, Dallas, TX 75201. Here is the page where you can download a PDF of the agenda and register for the event! It runs from 8am to 5pm, with a happy hour to follow!
I’m excited to be able to attend the Dallas Master’s Conference event (heck, it’s just up the road from me) and be part of the team conducting the ACEDS Using Project Management to Solve Process Problems session, along with Kevin Clark of HaystackID, Dave Rogers of ACEDS and Joy Murao of Practice Aligned Resources!
But that’s not all – you could have a chance to attend the Dallas Master’s Conference event tomorrow – free! There are some complementary passes still available for law firms, corporate legal department, and government attendees. If you will be in Dallas on Tuesday and would like to attend, send me an email today to email@example.com. First come, first served for the first 10 respondents and I will respond to you by late Monday with the code and URL (after I drive up to Dallas) to redeem your complementary pass if you were one of the first 10 respondents.
So, what do you think? Are you going to be in Dallas tomorrow and are you looking for some free eDiscovery education? If so, shoot me an email! And please share any comments you might have or if you’d like to know more about a particular topic.
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