Washington DC, August 17, 2023 – Today, The Master’s Conference announces an additional conference to the 2023 schedule in Charlotte, NC. The conference will be held in the offices of Robinson Bradshaw on Thursday, December 7, 2023. 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.
Adam Wehler, Director of Practice Support at Robinson Bradshaw stated, “We are looking forward to hosting The Masters Conference at Robinson Bradshaw in Charlotte. Understanding and collaborating on challenges facing the legal technology industry has never been more important than it is today. The Masters Conference brings together legal technology leaders and provides an opportunity for thoughtful discussion and networking.”
“We are so proud of our speakers, sponsors, and attendees with their commitment to teaching evolving best practices in the legal industry since 2006. Discovery, cybersecurity, information governance, artificial intelligence, and many other legal issues are constantly changing internationally, nationally, and regionally, so brining the conferences to many cities around the world has greatly benefited our communities at the local level,” shared Kevin M. Clark, Director at The Master’s Conference.
It’s been quite a year for The Master’s Conference as they have already conducted nine of their originally scheduled twelve in-person conferences this year. Now, make that thirteen with the announcement that The Master’s Conference is adding Charlotte, NC to their 2023 schedule!
So, what do you think? Are you going to be in Charlotte on December 7th? If so, consider registering for The Master’s conference! Please share any comments you might have or if you’d like to know more about a particular topic.
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