How to meet a legal blogger -- or just look like one
- Legal bloggers to meet up Wed. in Chicago
You have a Wednesday dinner invite, if you're a legal blogger or want to meet one. Bob Ambrogi reports that the American Bar Association's tech show is being kicked off by "BlawgConnect.2005 -- the largest assembly of law bloggers ever (35, by my count)." Go! Meet an amazing bunch of people and consider staying overnight to take in Ambrogi's appearance Thursday "as part of a panel on "Cost-Effective Sleuthing on the Internet." More here.
- Legal blog panel at ALM's CIO conference April 6-7
Monica Bay writes that she's leading a Thursday panel for this conference called, "Views of the Future from Different Pasts: An interactive panel discussion focusing on cutting-edge technology and related business issues." She's lined up Steven Levy, director of information systems for law and corporate affairs at Microsoft Corp.; Ian Miller; Laura Owens, a top attorney with Cisco Systems Inc., who wrote the scathing "Change or Die" article that sent the blogosphere into hyper-overdrive; and Jonathan Wong, CIO of Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher.
Posted by Laurel Newby on March 28, 2005 at 01:08 PM | Permalink
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