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February 03, 2006

Announcing the LexThink! Lounge

OK, I know I have hinted at this a few times, so here’s the skinny:

On April 19, 2006, one hundred invited guests will congregate in Chicago for the inaugural LexThink! Lounge, presented by Dennis Kennedy, Matthew Homann and JoAnna Forshee.

Taking place on the eve of the American Bar Association's TECHSHOW*, the LexThink! Lounge is a salon-like gathering of some of the brightest minds in legal technology today. 

Beginning at 4:00 pm, and continuing into the evening,  the LexThink! Lounge will combine LexThink! collaborative brainstorming techniques, OpenSpace facilitation, and small discussion groups with fine food and drink to create an amazing atmosphere for in-depth discussions about the future of legal technology.

Attendees at the invitation-only event are expected to include many of the TECHSHOW speakers, prominent legal and technology bloggers, alumni of prior LexThink! events, and other Chicago-area innovators and influencers. 

The centerpiece of the evening will be a "Legal Tech Five by Five," where five legal technology pioneers will offer their five tech predictions and a glimpse into the future of legal technology.

Oh, and did I mention bowling?

If you want to come, I’ll post more info next week.  If you are an alumnus of either of our previous LexThink! events, your invitation will be in the mail soon.  If you are interested in sponsoring the event, e-mail me at

* The LexThink! Lounge is not affiliated in any way with the American Bar Association or  TECHSHOW (though we like them a lot).


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