I’m pleased that I’ll be one of the speakers at the 2016 Clio Cloud Conference, which is being held in Chicago on 19 and 20 September.
Clio is a leading cloud-based law-practice-management software. I don’t need that kind of software, so I have no first-hand experience with Clio. But I’m familiar with Clio’s general reputation, and I know that Clio’s conferences generate a lot of buzz—they just seem fun. That’s a neat trick to accomplish. So I was happy to accept their invitation.
I’ll have fifty minutes to speak about the problems of content and process that afflict traditional contract drafting and what’s being done to address them. That’s my ideal kind of speaking engagement. (I suspect that I’ll no longer take part in group panel discussions that require a lot of cooperation between panel members—I’ve learned from experience that it’s best that I do my own thing.)
I hope that some of you will be able to attend the conference. For a $150 discount, go here. If you do go, please say hi and give me the secret blog handshake.