The event is the annual conference of the American Bar Association Litigation Section (follow them on Twitter here). We are fortunate that the national event will be held April 9-11 right here in our state, at The Phoenician in Scottsdale. (The State Bar of Arizona CEO, John Phelps, is an Honorary Chair.)
The three days will have a boatload of seminars, 40 of them:
“including 3 plenaries and feature 150 of the nation’s most respected judges, academics and trial lawyers,as they address litigation development and techniques in trial advocacy. In addition to the education portion, the Section Annual Conference provides for an opportunity for meeting and networking with our distinguished guests and fellow participants.”
Wondering what the seminars include? You can breeze through the brochure here.
The ABA makes it even easier. Here is an abbreviated guide.
I’ll be in and out of the conference this week, seeking stories and great new article ideas for Arizona Attorney Magazine. I’m developing my week’s calendar now, and I’d appreciate knowing which seminars sound most interesting to you.
Here are a few I may drop in on:
- General counsel forum reveals the real deal
- Janet Napolitano keynote
- New technologies of evidence coming to court
- Essential apps and websites for litigators
- A lynching that forever changed law practice
- DOMA’s dead: Now what?
- Hot Internet litigation trends
- Lean In for lawyers
- Social media’s implications for litigation
- Communicating about mistakes with clients
- Litigating privacy and data breach issues
- Dealing with difficult judges
- Business divorces
… and, of course:
- The Trial of Wyatt Earp
And then after lunch …
Only kidding. I may not have time to attend all of these. But look over the program and tell me what you’d love to hear a synopsis of.
And if you plan to be there yourself, let me know. Write to me at email@example.com. Or reach me on Twitter @azatty. I’ll also be tweeting, and here’s the conference hashtag: #14SAC
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