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It's Official! #TIPTO17 is CPD Accredited!

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Sep 29, 2017 2:36:22 PM


Meet your CPD Requirements for the year, while attending this unique and educational conference.

Technology in Practice has over ten years of proven and sell-out attendance and is known for offering the latest information on industry-leading technology and eDiscovery. Our sessions are lead by certified technology trainers and experts with content that is well-planned, educational, and relates to the needs of law firms, corporations and government agencies alike. You’ll enjoy peer-to-peer learning that will allow you to collaborate on solutions with your clients and legal team, and listen to real-life case studies and workshops that will give you first-hand insight into the technology.


The Technology in Practice 2017 conference program has been updated to reflect the individual sessions that qualify for Professionalism credit, along with the number of hours allocated. All sessions can be used by counsel toward Substantive credits. However, please note that you can only use each session for one type of credit: Substantive OR Professionalism. 

Full Conference and Networking Package is just $1495/ person. Or, bring your whole team. Group Rates available for groups of 5 from the same organization. Register today!

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