ABA TECHSHOW 2023
Here's Our Take
Attending ABA Techshow 2023 was a delight, marking a welcome return to this premier legal tech event. Despite some challenging weather conditions, the experience was well worth the journey.
The spotlight in Startup Alley was undeniably on AI, revealing the remarkable diversity of its applications and the profound transformation underway in the legal tech arena. Though attendee numbers may not have reached pre-pandemic levels, the quality of engagement and the genuine interest from potential buyers were exceptional.
The conference's extensive exhibit hall, even larger than before COVID, was teeming with educational and meticulously curated content, reaffirming ABA Techshow's status as a vital source of knowledge and innovation in the legal tech community.
ABA TECHSHOW Coverage
This Was Not Your Grandparents' ABA TECHSHOW
At ABA TECHSHOW in Chicago last week, it struck me that it is conceivable that an attendee could be the third generation within a family to have been to a TECHSHOW
- Bob Ambrogi
ABA TECHSHOW 2023: The Lowdown
[Podcast] The lowdown for ABA TECHSHOW sessions, events, and special speakers.
- Gyi Tsakalakis
ABA Techshow 2023 will celebrate 'being together' after 3 tough yearsThree years after March 2020, legal tech enthusiasts and lawyers can expect the 2023 edition to meet pent-up demand for face-to-face panels and meetings.
- Matt Reynolds
Here Are the Winners of ABA TECHSHOW Startup AlleyABA TECHSHOW kicked off in Chicago last week with its traditional opening event, the Startup Alley pitch competition, in which 15 legal tech startups present three-minute pitches in pursuit of top honors.
- Bob Ambrogi
Coverage Throughout the Event
ChatGPT and other AI chatbots dominated the first fully in-person ABA Techshow in 3 years: ChatGPT was on the minds of vendors and attendees at the ABA Techshow 2023 in early March, when more than 1,700 people gathered for the ABA’s first fully in-person legal technology event in three years.
Check out the best swag from ABA Techshow 2023: After a hybrid event last year, this year’s conference marks the first fully in-person Techshow since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. Attendees were able to visit all manner of legal technology vendors and collect plenty of fun swag.