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Wisconsin Law & Technology Conference

The 7th Annual Wisconsin Law and Technology Conference is scheduled for November 8th at the Wyndham Milwaukee Center.

This "no geek-speak" conference focuses on technology and practice management education for attorneys, judges, legal support staff, law librarians, legal admissions, court personnel and law firm IT professionals.

I'm pleased to be a panelist for two of the sessions:

  • Plenary - 60 New Legal PC Tips, Gadgets & Websites in 60 Minutes
    Our "60 Tips" program will open your eyes – a digital double espresso! With fast-paced frenzy, our panelists will cover the legal tech landscape. From disaster planning, case management, electronic discovery, blogs, podcasting, free/cheap search tools, VoIP, gadgets, PDAs, digital cameras, remote access, Blackberries, scanning, legal research – no digital stone is left unturned!
    Craig Ball, Dave Bilinsky, Mary Koshollek, Ross Kodner, Bonnie Shucha, Dale Tincher
  • T2S2 - Skyrocket Your Practice on a Shoestring: Blogs and Podcasting
    Get the low down on the pros & cons of the two newest marketing ideas:
    Blogs: a fast and low-cost way to get the word out that you’re the "go to" person in your practice area.
    Podcasting leverages the massive iPod audience – broadcast your own "talk radio" show or legal advice column.
    Larry Bodine, Bonnie Shucha, Dale Tincher
I hope to see some familiar faces and meet some new colleagues at the conference. If you are a WisBlawg reader, please stop me and say hello.