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Use Free Webinars at FindLaw's New Legal Technology Events Page

By Cynthia Hsu, Esq. on August 12, 2011 | Last updated on March 21, 2019

Tech-savvy lawyers everywhere know that new developments in software, hardware and communications are happening every day. Maintaining an arsenal of up-to-date gadgets and apps may mean increased productivity.

Why not peruse through some free legal webinars to learn more about legal technology?

FindLaw's Legal Technology Events page has recently been updated, adding in many new - and some free - webinars and conferences.

Some events are live conferences, which may be coming to a city near you. Others are entirely web-based, meaning you can be learning legal technology in the comfort of your own home (and, dressed in pajamas).

Of course, not all of the legal technology events will be applicable to your firm.

The list does, however, encompass a fairly wide array of different legal technology events, many of which could be applicable to your firm.

Some of the events are about privacy, data security, records, and e-discovery.

Basically, all a legal technology-hungry lawyer needs.

And, if you don't necessarily find any events that are specifically fitting your firm's needs at the time, the Legal Technology Events page is updated regularly, meaning that if you check back in a few weeks there might be some new events added.

Considering a webinar may be useful in the long run, as figuring out new technology and doing research on what technology can do for your law firm are both things that can take up extra time. While there are a lot of technological advancements that can help firms, ultimately only some will be relevant to an attorney's business.

That's why free legal webinars may prove useful. It's kind of like weeding through all the irrelevant stuff and getting straight to what you want to know - sure, there's this new technology, but how can it help your firm?

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