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NOVEMBER 10, 2020
The 2020 AILA Technology and Innovation Summit unites thought leaders, technology influencers and immigration law practitioners to provide insight into what’s happening now, what to watch for, and how we can shape the future of immigration practice. Building upon the success of AILA’s inaugural summit last year, this expanded program will explore key trends and emerging technologies impacting the future of law practices, the delivery of legal services to consumers in a disrupted universe, and the intersections of the many stakeholders in this new technological terrain. Learn how the current climate may disrupt the way we are used to practicing law in the long-term and how the adoption of technology can allow your firm to grow in these new times. Attend to gain control of your future and explore the latest tech solutions for your firm. Attendees and partners participate virtually.
KEY TAKEAWAYS FOR ATTENDEES
1. Learn Key Trends and Emerging Technologies Impacting the Future of Law Practice
2. Discover New Ways to Provide Services and Grow Your Practice in a Technologically Disrupted Universe.
3. Gain Insights into What's Happening Now and What to Watch for in the Future
4. Connect with Thought Leaders and Influencers Who Are on the Cutting Edge of Law Practice Technology.
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