This exciting conference will be presented by the ABA Law Practice Management Section and held at the Four Seasons Hotel in Philadelphia. There are plenty of valuable topics worthy of mention, including a panel in the Small-Firm Track featuring our own William W. Bowser. Bill, along with Tom Mighell, author of the national legal blog, Inter Alia, and co-author of the latest book for lawyers on effective collaboration tools, The Lawyer’s Guide to Collaboration Tools and Technologies: Smart Ways to Work Together, our friend and legal-blog guru, Tim Stanley of Justia.com, and Immigration Law blogger, Greg Siskind, make up the panel who will discuss How to Maximize Web Sites, Blogs, Social Networking Profiles, and Other Aspects of Web 2.0.
One of the two keynote speakers also has my interest piqued. David Lat is the founder of Above the Law, a blog that puts the saying “any publicity is good publicity,” to the test. I’d guess that Mr. Lat will offer conference attendees some very valuable insight into how firms can best handle bad online publicity and avoid ending up the feature in his wildly popular online legal tabloid.
To take advantage of all of this great knowledge, visit the section’s website to register or learn more about the conference.
And, for information about other upcoming seminars, see the following posts:
November 3-4: Delaware SHRM State HR Conference (Young Conaway’s Employment Law Department is the platinum sponsor of this year’s exciting annual event. William W. Bowser and Scott A. Holt will present their always popular employment-law update, The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly).
November 18: Employment Law Department (Topic and Speaker TBA)
December 2-4: Social Media and HR Summit (hosted by Ragan Communications and M. Lee Smith Publishers at the Aon Center in Chicago, Molly DiBianca will present during the preconference about social media policies; during the main conference about the legal limits governing employers’ monitoring of employees’ social media usage; and as a panelist to discuss the biggest blunders made by employers in this Web 2.0 world.)