2023 Conference Schedule

2023 Conference Schedule Announced by The Master’s Conference

WASHINGTON, DC, December 21, 2022 – Today, The Master’s Conference announced the dates and location for the 2023 Conference Schedule. The Master’s 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.

Here is the 2023 Conference Schedule for The Master’s Conference (12 events in all!):

LOCATION                             DATE                                           HOST LOCATION

Miami, FL                               January 24, 2023                            Holland and Knight

San Francisco, CA                 February 22, 2023                         Reed Smith

Dallas, TX                              March 7, 2023                                 Holland and Knight

Chicago, IL                             April 25, 2023                                Seyfarth Shaw

Washington, DC                     May 23 and 24, 2023                      Sidley Austin

Denver, CO                              June 8, 2023                                    Polsinelli

Toronto                                   June 27 and 28, 2023                     Osgoode Hall Law School

Seattle, WA                             July 19, 2023                                  Perkins Coie

London                                    July 25, 2023                                  Reed Smith

Columbus, OH                       September 12, 2023                      Baker Hostetler

New York, NY                        October 18, 2023                           Morgan Lewis

Atlanta, GA                            November 9, 2023                         King and Spalding

Robert Keeling, Partner at Sidley Austin, said: “We have had the pleasure of hosting The Master’s Conference in our DC office for many years. Not only is the conference extremely well run, the content for each conference, had been up to date and relevant in today’s times. Due to the intimate size of the conferences, the educational content is outstanding, and you are able to network with people of all sectors of the legal technology industry.”

“We are excited to continue to expand The Master’s Conference to more cities around the world, as we have been able to greatly benefit legal professionals in these local communities. The Master’s Conference allows legal professionals to gather to network with their peers at the local level, share knowledge and dive deeper into topics and solutions tailored specifically to their everyday challenges, and focus on their professional growth and development. We are very proud of our speakers, sponsors, and attendees for their commitment to teaching evolving best practices in the legal industry,” shared Kevin M. Clark, Director at The Master’s Conference.

About The Master’s Conference

In 2023 The Master’s Conference will be celebrating its 17th year. Founded in 2006, The Master’s Conference is a boutique thought leadership forum where a select group of speakers, vendors, and attendees convene to engage in a proactive collaboration on current challenges within the legal space. This includes such areas as eDiscovery, artificial intelligence, information governance, legal project management, forensics and investigations, data governance, knowledge management, cybersecurity and data breaches, and other current trending topics.

To learn more visit https://themastersconference.com/ or contact Marla Mohr: marla.mohr@themastersconference.com or Kevin Clark:  kevin.clark@themastersconference.com.

So, what do you think? Are you going to attend any of the events on the Master’s Conference 2023 Conference Schedule? Please share any comments you might have or if you’d like to know more about a particular topic.

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