On March 18th, 2010 ALM Media Events will be holding live CLE events at Virtual LegalTech for the second time ever.
Virtual LegalTech is a fully interactive, online legal technology conference. At the website, the conference is described as:
(A) showcase for the latest hardware, software, tools and services that are moving the practice of law ahead through innovative solutions…VLT’s fully interactive virtual environment enables you to do all the things you’d do at a live event: attend presentations and panel discussions, talk with vendors, see product demonstrations, collect information, network with colleagues and get the latest news from the ever-evolving arena of legal technology.
Virtual LegalTech is the next generation of law conferences, offering legal professionals innovative and economical ways to learn about the latest legal technologies while networking with colleagues.
There’s no need to spend money on travel or hotel expenses; you can attend the conference from the comfort and convenience of your office. And best of all — attending Virtual LegalTech is free for qualified registrants. That’s right, it costs nothing to attend, and in many jurisdictions, including New York, California, Colorado, Florida, Illinois, and Oregon, you can receive CLE credits for seminars that you watch.
The CLE Seminar Program will include the following presentations: Use of eDiscovery Technology in Federal Court: A Case Study; Developing a Comprehensive and Legally Sound Social Media Policy; and In-house vs. Outsource: The E-Discovery Debate Continues. You can view the full CLE schedule here
In addition to attending seminars, you can visit exhibitor’s virtual booths, speak with the vendors and view product demonstrations.strong> You can also network with colleagues in the “networking lounge” and engage in discussions during presentations using the chat feature. Virtual LegalTech is a great alternative to traditional legal conferences for busy attorneys who would like to stay on top of rapidly changing legal technology issues, but simply can’t take the time to travel to another city to attend a legal technology conference.
If that sounds like you, then you might want to give Virtual LegalTech a try. You can register for the conference here.