There has never been a more important time to think differently
better about the practice of law. “Business as usual” isn’t anymore,
and lawyers who fail to think deeply about the future of the practice
of law will have an uncertain future in their own.
Fortunately, there’s a place for
creative, innovative lawyers to gather and not only discuss the future
of law practice, but prepare for it: LexThink: Innovate.
On March 29 and 30,
forward-looking lawyers (and lawyers to be) can gather on the campus of
Washington University’s School of Law in St. Louis, Missouri for the
most thought-provoking, creative, practical and (yes) fun two days of
their legal careers. Guaranteed.*
At LexThink: Innovate, attendees
won’t just consume information, they’ll create it — in a totally unique
and collaborative setting. Gone are conference “tracks” and boring
panel presentations. Instead, every conversation, exercise, and
presentation at the attendee-driven event will be focused on helping
participants dramatically re-think their practice, engage their
clients, energize their business, and learn to love lawyering again.
The agenda will be
packed with out-of-the-box sessions, discussions and exercises, and will
center around helping attendees answer just three big questions about
their law practice:
By working together in small
groups to answer those questions, participating in thought-provoking
exercises and sharing their own lessons learned, attendees will create
their “perfect” law firm and leave with a focused plan to future-proof
Unlike past LexThink events,
which were invitation-only, LexThink: Innovate is open to all lawyers
who are passionate about using innovation to make their practices
better. However, to make sure attendees have the best collaborative experience, attendance is limited to 50 participants.
* Bet you were expecting some
legal mumbo-jumbo about the Guarantee. There isn’t any fine print.
LexThink: Innovate is the world’s first “name your own price” legal
event. After the event, attendees will decide what price they’ll pay
for the conference they’ve just experienced — and can even request a
full refund of their ticket deposit — no questions asked.
Have questions about LexThink Innovate: Building YOUR perfect practice.?