For large and small firms alike, cybersecurity remains a thorny area to untangle, even as threats from malicious “black-hat” hackers get more and more sophisticated. 

To help our audience stay ahead of the bad actors, we’re pleased to announce the upcoming launch of the Cybersecurity installment of the Above the Law Legal Technology Non-Event, featuring the industry’s top buyers guide. 

Select buyers guide sponsorship slots are still available this week for those hoping to reach Above the Law’s unparalleled lawyer audience.

Buyers guide sponsors may appear in the Non-Eventcast podcast and other coverage, be listed in our Legal Tech Directory and Industry Wrap-Up, and include their offerings in the top technology buyers guides for lawyers, which have seen downloads in the four figures in 2021. 

Email for information and rates. 

The new offering builds on our cybersecurity installment of the Legal Tech-to-English Dictionary, as well as our recent Non-Eventcast featuring real-life cybersecurity horror stories, and more. 

The Premier Spot for Tech-Perplexed Lawyers

For most lawyers, the prospect of a tech conference triggers thoughts of boredom and missed billables. And as a group, attorneys’ tech adoption is often begrudging, at best. 

That’s why we’ve launched the ATL Non-Event. 

We’re bringing the technology conversation to lawyers directly: in plain English and geared to meet a fully booked schedule. 

The Non-Event is conducted in partnership with our affiliate Evolve the Law, as well as Legal Tech Publishing, whose buyers guides are the go-to resource for all purchasers of legal tech.

Swag bags, unfortunately, are still a work in progress. Stop by our main room to learn more. 

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