P3 Conference: Earliest Bird Ends Friday

P3 2017 Testimonial | “Outstanding in every way...excellent presenters and actionable content.” David Rue, Managing Director – Strategic Pricing & Client Value, Bass, Berry & Sims

Your Last Chance to Save is THIS Friday!

Register for the sixth annual P3 – The Practice Innovation Conference today to take advantage of $200 off your registration. The program has been built to fit the specific needs of professionals navigating the fast-paced business of law firm pricing, process improvement and project management. Find the tools you've been searching for through discussions with like-minded experts during sessions like: 

  • Developing Operational Metrics: Moving Away From Counting Hours and Rates
  • Tips and Tricks – How to Leverage Data Without Proprietary System
  • Driving Adoption and Demonstrating ROI for Legal Project Management Initiatives
  • How Your EQ Could Outweigh Your IQ
  • Debate: Auctions – Good or Bad?

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What's #LMAP3 all about? Tune in to the P3cast podcast series for a taste of the conversations you can expect to have May 14-16, 2018 at P3. In the latest installment, 2017 keynote presenters Kim Craig and Joshua "Josh" Kubicki share valuable insights on the business of law and "intrapreneur."

About P3 – The Practice Innovation Conference

Hosted by the Client Value SIG, P3 – The Practice Innovation Conference offers educational sessions and workshops focused on the business aspects of developing a successful law practice, including the disciplines of project management, pricing and process improvement. P3 will bring together professionals for a two-day immersion on the three Ps and invaluable networking opportunities. Learn more.

When: May 14–16, 2018

Where: Radisson Blu Aqua | 221 North Columbus Drive | Chicago, IL 60651

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