Faculty Profile: Phillip Hampton

Phillip HamptonLogicForce Consulting, LLC150 Fourth Avenue North Nashville, TN 37219 Work Phone: (615) 238-2380Email Address:
Previous Courses Taught (40)
  • Law Tech: The Bill and Phil Tech Show
  • Law Tech: The Bill and Phil Tech Show 2018
  • Law Technology Blast
  • Law Tech UnConference 2017
  • The Bill & Phil Show 2016: Legal Technology Update
  • The Bill & Phil Show 2016: Legal Technology Update
  • Law Tech 2015: Tech Tools for Your Law Practice
  • Law Tech UnConference 2016
  • Law Tech UnConference 2015
  • Law Tech 2014: Tech Tools for Your Practice
  • Law Tech: Tech Tools for Your Law Practice
  • Tort and Insurance Forum 2014
  • Law Tech unConference 2014
  • Law Tech 2013: New Gadgets
  • Tech Conference 2013
  • Law Tech: Gadgets for Your 2012 Law Practice
  • General Practice: Technology on a Budget
  • Tech Conference
  • Tech Conference Registrants
  • General Practice Bootcamp 2011 - Nashville
  • E-Discovery Revisited: What ESI Is, Where It Hides, and How to Retrieve It
  • Law Firm Management: The Unfriend-ly World of Social Networking for Lawyers
  • IP 2010: Ethics
  • Legal Technology Trends for 2010
  • Tech Conference - Registrants
  • Tech Conference -
  • General Practice 2009: Law Technology Update
  • E-Discovery Revisited:
  • Law Firm Management Conference
  • Law Tech 2010
  • Recent Developments in Intellectual Property Law
  • Law Tech 2009: Legal Technology Trends
  • General Practice Summit 2009
  • Law Tech 2008: Legal Technology Trends
  • Law Tech 2009
  • General Practice Summit 2008
  • Law Technology 2008: Marketing, Management and Techology Solutions for Your Firm
  • Electronic Discovery: Best Practices
  • Electronic Discovery: Rule 26 & Technical Aspects
  • General Practice Summit 2007

Phillip Hampton is the president and founder of LogicForce Consulting, LLC, a legal technology consulting firm.  He has over 25 years of experience in the field of information technology and since 1995 has consulted with numerous law firms and government agencies in the areas of practice management systems, technical litigation support, computer forensics, electronic data discovery, and trial presentation technologies.  Mr. Hampton received his B.S. degree in computer science from Lambuth College and his M.S. degree in computer science from Vanderbilt University.  He has testified in state and federal court as an expert witness in computer forensics.