Record-breaking attendance at the Law Practice Today Expo!
On April 11 and 12, 2019, 316 lawyers, law students and law firm staff participated in the 14th Anniversary Law Practice Today Expo.
The Expo was a time to make new friends and renew old acquaintances. It provided a forum for discussion and exchange of many experiences, suggestions and opinions with other law office professionals, industry providers and practitioners from areas throughout East Tennessee.
This year, 25 judges registered for our Judicial Roundtable luncheon. It was a wonderful opportunity for our bench and bar to gather together and lessons on how to be successful through hard work and determination were established early by our keynote speaker, Knox County Mayor, Glenn Jacobs.
The Expo offered a huge knowledge sharing opportunity – not just between speaker and attendee, but between attendees and sponsors and even among law office professionals themselves. With 22 CLE sessions, 26 speakers and 40 sponsors, we believe all in attendance will attest that much was learned and can all agree this year’s Expo was a great success.
Thank you to our 2019 sponsors!
The Trust Company
Attorneys Insurance Mutual of the South, Inc.
Get Noticed Get Found
LBMC Information Security
Sword & Shield Enterprise Security, Inc.
TCV Trust & Wealth Management
Appalachia Business Communications
Computer Systems Plus
M.L. Barnes & Associates
American Addiction Centers
A-Z Office Resource, Inc. (AZOR)
Black Bear Investigations, LLC
Bradford Health Services
Brown Professional Insurers
Cornerstone of Recovery
Creative Business Systems
Knoxville Executive Suites
Mercedes-Benz of Knoxville
Mike Baker Insurance Consulting
NetGain Mobile Diagnostics
PwC Law Firm Solution
Smith.ai Virtual Receptionists
Swafford Insurance LLC
The 9 Group
The Trial & Litigation Company
Wells Fargo Advisors
Judicial Roundtable Luncheon Sponsor: Ritchie, Dillard, Davies & Johnson, PC
Friday Afternoon Break Sponsor: Association of Legal Administrators – Knoxville Chapter
Track Sponsor: Thomson Reuters