Legal Marketing Tech Midwest 2018
The Legal Marketing Technology Conferences are the largest conferences dedicated to technologies that law firm professionals use to identify, attract and support clients.
The 2018 Legal Marketing Technology Midwest Conference will take place on October 2 and 3 at the award-winning Chicago tech incubator space, 1871.
This two-day, deep-dive workshop-driven conference will focus on Technology in Action: Transformation. Growth. Innovation. Opportunity. Highlights include:
Participate in discussions around the evolutions and innovations taking place within legal services.
Learn from some of the most innovative thinkers in our industry who represent firms of all sizes and come from all levels.
Network with your peers from around the country — all of whom have their own strategies, tactics and nuggets of inspiration from which you can learn.
Business development and marketing professionals are routinely charged with researching and understanding how the latest technologies can impact the success of their firms, then asked to make recommendations on these innovative concepts to their colleagues and decision makers, and ultimately responsible for implementing these tools in their unique firm environments. LMATech Midwest will help legal marketers connect the dots in these areas through educational sessions and networking opportunities and provide real-world examples, inspiration and takeaways that attendees of all levels can apply to the challenges and opportunities we face in our roles, in our organizations and in the ever-changing legal industry.
Through a variety of hands-on workshops, roundtable discussions, TED-style talks and panel presentations, LMATech Midwest attendees will learn about the latest trends and issues affecting the legal marketing technology landscape and leave the conference with actionable takeaways.
A block of rooms for 2018 LMATech Midwest attendees has been reserved at the Kimpton Hotel Allegro. Click here for information on how to book your room at a reduced rate.