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ABA TECHSHOW now accepting speaker/topic proposals for 2015 conference


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ABA TECHSHOW now accepting speaker/topic proposals for 2015 conference

By John Glynn

CHICAGO, June 18, 2014 — The American Bar Association’s TECHSHOW has opened the submission process for speakers and topics for its 2015 conference, April 16-18 in Chicago. 


ABA TECHSHOW is seeking proposals for presentations on trends, techniques and specific tools that will help lawyers in firms of all sizes practice law more efficiently and effectively. This outreach is a continuation of TECHSHOW’s tradition of bringing together faculty to educate lawyers on the most current technology information that will be useful in their practice.

Speaker and topic proposals can be submitted online via the official RFP form at Proposals will be accepted until midnight CDT on July 13.

ABA TECHSHOW’s goal in requesting submissions is to generate the largest possible pool of quality potential topics. Submission of a proposal is not a guarantee of an invitation to speak on the topic or that the topic will be selected.

ABA TECHSHOW is a production of the ABA Law Practice Division. For more information, visit ABA TECHSHOW at

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