What is changing in and around the legal industry? What are the impacts on legal professionals and their many stakeholders? Most importantly, what is the future we want to build for ourselves, our society, and our planet—and what can each of us do about it today?

For the 2021 Futures Conference, the College of Law Practice Management invites you to lean into these hard questions. Please join other questioners and pathfinders – College Fellows and invited participants across our field – in a conversation structured from the start for a virtual gathering. 

Schedule Summary

November 15
4:00–7:00 pm Eastern

  • Welcome
  • Conference introduction – themes, insights from pre-Conference survey, and action plan for the three topical sessions in January – Gina Passarella, Jason Barnwell, Susan Hackett
  • New Fellows introduction & induction – live introductions, pre-recorded videos and profiles on the Conference site
  • Open-table networking to meet the new Fellows
  • InnovAction Awards
  • Homework assignments for January
  • Open-table networking

January 11 + 18 + 25
2:00-5:30 pm Eastern

Topical Sessions

  • ESG—Environmental, Social & Governance
  • DEI—Diversity, Equity & Inclusion
  • 4IR—Digital Transformation

In each session:

  • Two pre-recorded 10-minute spark talks to introduce the topic and set out issues
  • Two rounds of small-group discussions, with moderators and virtual whiteboards
  • Each attendee will participate in two different groups of about 10 people

*Early Bird Rates (through October 16)

Fellows and Fellows-Elect = $109

Other Registrants = $209

Standard Rates (October 17 and later)

Fellows and Fellows-Elect = $149

Other Registrants = $249


Registration Link: https://beacon360.content.online/xbcs/S2385/catalog/product.xhtml?eid=32204


About College of Law Practice Management

The College of Law Practice Management is a by-invitation professional association dedicated to improving the quality and availability of legal services for all. The College honors extraordinary achievement in the field, creates and shares knowledge across the community, and acts as a catalyst for change.

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