The Net Impact’s partner solution, Auctori:law will showcase at the Association of Legal Administrators (ALA) Annual Educational Conference and Exposition this May in Boston. The ALA annual conference is the premier event for legal management professionals. The three day conference features dynamic and relevant educational sessions presented by recognized leaders in their fields, outstanding networking opportunities and the largest exposition for legal management professionals.
Auctori:law is a search engine friendly content management system that puts the power and control of a law firm’s website in the hands of attorneys and legal professionals. In addition to standard content management features, Auctori:law is equipped with features designed specifically for legal industry, such as an attorney biographies module, news and articles module, and an images module. The Net Impact partnered with the Auctori:law team to provide legal clients with the opportunity to manage their own professionally designed, custom website.
Included in the three-day long exhibition are nearly over 100 educational sessions on the latest technologies, business solutions and emerging trends. Auctori:law Representative and President of The Net Impact, Steve Thomas, will lead the vendor showcase session:“Growing your Legal Business through Social Media and Search Engine Optimization”. This interactive presentation will cover the hot topics of social media and search engine optimization and how they are relevant to the legal industry. The educational session will take place on Monday, May 3 from 1:30 pm – 2pm.
Auctori:law will be exhibiting at booth #420. The booth will feature live demonstrations, product information and “relaxing” product prizes from The ROHO Group Inc. Attendees may register at www.Auctorilaw.com/relax. Auctori:law representatives will be on hand to answer questions and show you how Auctori:law can make maintaining your law firm website stress-free. This will be the first ever presence of Auctori:law at the Annual ALA Conference.