If you’re looking for inspiration, camaraderie and practical information, you could do a lot worse than attending next week’s ABA TechShow in Chicago.

While other legal technology conferences have companies paying to put people on panels and exhibitors selling wares that are beyond the comprehension of 90% of lawyers, the ABA TechShow is for the

20130407-112044.jpg I spent the last few days at the ABA TechShow in Chicago. It’s one of the largest law conferences and exhibit shows each year.

I’ve been going to the conference for 17 years, and it’s getting nothing but better. This year there was more of a vibe than ever.

In a passing exchange with one

ChicagoWe’re two days in to the 3 day ABA TechShow in Chicago. It’s one of my favorite conferences of the year – feels like old home week having come for 16 years. A big thanks to all those who make it possible:

Our guest for today’s final live dispatch from TechShow is none other than Jim Calloway, director of the Management Assistance Program at the Oklahoma Bar Association. A most knowledgeable figure in technology, both as it pertains to the legal realm and to the greater world, Jim also writes the blog Jim Calloway’s Law Practice Tips Blog.

Jim is more than your average TechShow attendee: he’s been attending the conference for nearly a decade, and in 2005, served as its co-chair. With that experience, his interview – available after the jump – provides a nice-wrap up to the technology discussion we’ve been having at this blog for the past week.

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