Wolters Kluwer Legal & Regulatory U.S. Vice President and General Manager of Legal Markets and Innovation Dean Sonderegger will participate in Above the Law and Evolve the Law’s panel “How to Build a Better Tech Show”. The panel will take place during Legal Week, a distinguished annual conference for the legal industry held in New York City on January 28.
Lawyers and legal technology professionals will discuss their ideas in front of a live audience on how industry trade shows can best serve professionals in legal tech. Moderated by Above the Law’s editor, Joe Patrice, Sonderegger will be joined on the panel by acclaimed legal tech expert Bob Ambrogi; Jenevra Georgini, Associate General Counsel at American International Group, Inc.; and Dera Nevin, Senior Associate Attorney, Information Governance and eDiscovery at Baker McKenzie.
“As the legal industry continues to experience unprecedented disruption, it is crucial for industry conferences to continue to evolve as well,” said Sonderegger. “By finding new ways to innovate, conferences can play a crucial role in helping legal professionals navigate the ever-changing legal tech landscape while discovering the best solutions to meet their business needs.”
The Above the Law and Evolve the Law event will be held at WeWork at 226 W. 38th Street in New York City at 6 PM. The event will take place during Legalweek New York 2019. As the premier annual gathering for the legal industry, Legalweek New York is the largest legal technology tradeshow in the world.
To learn more about the event or to purchase tickets, visit How To Build A Better Tech Show For Lawyers And Vendors.
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