Legal Tech, the leading technology show for lawyers, will return to New York on Jan. 22-24 at the New York Hilton. The show will offer 200 exhibits of the newest and most sophisticated products for the modern practice of law.
More than 8,000 lawyers, MIS directors, executive directors, corporate counsel, firm administrators, and support staff are expected to visit the show's combination of exhibits and seminars.
The three-day conference includes more than 50 seminars that will explore the new technologies available to help increase practice productivity and efficiency. Sessions will focus on the nuts and bolts of practice technology and will include special tracks for lawyers and MIS directors, as well as a product showcase track.
Corporate Presentations, Inc., Legal Tech's sponsor, also has announced its schedule for the new year. Subsequent editions of the Legal Tech show will be held at the following locations:
For more information, call Janet Felleman at Corporate Presentations, Inc., (212) 877-5619.
The American Bar Association's Law practice Management Section will hold its 10th Annual TECHSHOW on March 21-23 at the Sheraton Chicago Hotel in Chicago. Attendees will be able to choose from more than 90 sessions covering topics such as computer animation, lawyering on the Internet, mobile computing, Windows 95, video conferencing, and courtroom technology. The show will also include an on-site Internet lab and more than 150 vendor booths showcasing showcasing basic to cutting-edge products.
For more information, call (312) 988-5619; or, by e-mail, email@example.com
ComNet '96, to be held in Washington, D.C., from Jan. 29-Feb. 1, 1996, will offer users the opportunity to evaluate a complete spectrum of networking and communications options, including:
The sponsors add that over 400 exhibitors and thousands of products will be available to attendees. The program also includes hands-on, live demonstration sessions; short courses that offer intensive half-day tutorials that concentrate on a particular area of interest; evening sessions that offer advanced training and insights into specific technologies; customized conference "views" and "threads" that help identify high priority topics for attendees.
The show will be held at three locations in Washington: the Convention Center, the Renaissance Hotel, and the Marriott at Metro Center.
For more information, write to ComNet '96, P.O. Box 4010, Dedham, MA 02027-9907.
The National Computer Security Association will hold its first international conference on Internet security. FireWall Con '96, to be held at the Stouffer Concourse Hotel in Arlington, Vir. on Jan. 25-26, 1996, will offer exchanges of ideas, policies, and methodologies for implementing practical Internet security.
The program will bring together international experts to address key issues, and will offer a forum at which attendees can exchange in-depth technical information with major Internet Security/Firewalls product developers.
Among the topics that will be addressed at the various sessions are:
For more information, call Kimberly Imler at (717) 258-1816, extension 226.
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