The College of Law Practice Management’s 2012 Futures Conference

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The College of Law Practice Management does a lot of great things — honours the pioneers and brightest lights of legal management, sponsors the InnovAction Awards, supports various access to justice initiatives, etc. But next month, you have the opportunity to participate in one of the College’s most high-profile and important projects: The Futures Conference.

From October 26-27, 2012, at Georgetown University Law School in Washington, DC, scores of the legal profession’s thought leaders and decision makers from around the world will gather to hear cutting-edge presentations from some of the most influential players in the legal market. The entire brochure for the Futures Conference can be found here (in PDF format), while Ron Friedmann has an excellent post summarizing the presenters and their presentation.

I’ll content myself merely with listing the speakers, to give you a sense of the star power at this event:

That is a powerhouse lineup you won’t find anywhere else this year. If you haven’t booked your reservation yet, I strongly encourage you to register today for the College of Law Practice Management’s 2012 Futures Conference. As Richard Susskind says, “The best way to predict the future is to create it.” This is your opportunity.

Jordan Furlong delivers dynamic and thought-provoking presentations to law firms and legal organizations throughout North America on how to survive and profit from the extraordinary changes underway in the legal services marketplace. He is a partner with Edge International and a senior consultant with Stem Legal Web Enterprises.

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2 Responses to “The College of Law Practice Management’s 2012 Futures Conference”

  1. Dan Ballbach

    Jordan,
    I will be attending and look forward to reconnecting you. We met at the Futures conference in Denver a couple of years ago but only chatted briefly. I was in London a week ago and heard your Edge colleague Nick Jarret-Kerr speak at a Barclays event on law firm mergers. I very much appreciate Law21 and find it’s content most helpful for my work with small and mid-size professional services firms. I am in the 16th year of organizational executive and consulting work after practicing law for 24 years with larger firms in Boston and Seattle.
    Keep up the great work and writing. Dan Ballbach

  2. Jordan Furlong

    Thanks, Dan! Unfortunately, I won’t be able to attend this year’s meeting — I have a conflicting engagement — but I’m certain you’re going to find it extremely enlightening and enjoyable! All the best,

    Jordan

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