Start 2020 off right by attending LAW TECH! This year's program will be held at the Nashville School of Law on Friday, Feb. 21. Attendees can earn up to 6 hours of Dual CLE credit. Discover the newest technology for your law practice and law office by attending this unique program. We organized this year's CLE programming into three themes: Future Proof, Litigation and Tech Updates. Each theme provides two hours of CLE followed by a 30-minute break. The breaks will have snacks, opportunities to network with sponsors, attendees or speakers, various opportunities to win prizes, including playing sponsor bingo and entering to win tech prize raffles.
ATTEND TO WIN TECH PRIZES: Attendees will have a chance to win prizes during the designated breaks (must be present to win). Details on specific prizes for 2020 will be revealed soon!
Regardless of your membership status, please complete the free sign-up through your TBA account by clicking the Add to Cart button on the right to reserve your spot and to stay informed about program updates.
* If you experience problems creating a TBA account or accessing your account, please email TBA Coordinator Chelsea Bennett at firstname.lastname@example.org.
As always, walk-ins are welcome for this program! Signing up in advance helps the TBA better prepare for the event. We hope to see you there!
Payment will be processed at the program upon check-out depending on the number of hours attended and membership status. Law Tech section members save the most! Join the section here.
$40 per hour for TBA Law Tech Section Members
$50 per hour for TBA Members
$60 per hour for Non-Members
SAVE MONEY: Use the prepaid CLE credits that come with your TBA Complete Membership.
THANKS TO OUR SPONSORS & EXHIBITORS!
Make sure to visit our exhibitors and get your "LAWTECH Bingo Card" signed to be eligible for our Bingo Giveaway at the end of the day!
GIVEAWAYS PROVIDED BY:
TBA Law Office Technology Section
This program will be filed for Tennessee CLE credit. Please contact TBA for Georgia, Mississippi and Alabama credit.