ABA TECHSHOW 2020: All The Visual Notes

In the blink of an eye, ABA Techshow 2020 has come and gone. The MyCase team had a great time in chilly Chicago this year meeting with customers, attendees, and legal technology experts. We’ll be sure to share all of our news and experiences at this year’s conference next week.

But this week it’s all about the visual notes. As you may already know, every year at ABA Techshow we hire a visual note taker and send her out to cover a range of Techshow sessions. This year she created visual notes for 9 sessions, all of which you’ll find below.

And make sure to keep an eye out over the next month or two for blog posts that will feature some of the visual notes and offer a deep dive into the topics covered in each set of notes. By way of example, you can find topical blog posts featuring visual notes from past Techshows on the MyCase Blog.

In the meantime, without further ado, here are this year’s visual notes.

Shark Bite: Phishing, Privacy, IOT

Presented by MyCase’s very own Legal Technology Evangelist, Niki Black, along with Maria Phillips:


Tech Toolbox 2020: What’s Right for Your Practice

Presented by Natalie Robinson Kelly and Richard G. Ferguson:


Risk Managed: Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery

Presented by Darla Jackson and Richard G. Ferguson:


Paperless 3.0: Making Your Paperless Workflow Work

Presented by Charity Anastasio and Daniel J. Siegel:


Happy Clients, Happy Lawyers: Client Facing Automation

Presented by Genie Doi and Sofia Lingos:


What Everyone Needs to Know About the Direction of the Legal Industry

Mary Shen O’Carroll’s Keynote


Next Generation: Practice Management Applications

Presented by Natalie Kelly and Darla Jackson:


Apps Apps Everywhere: Tablet and Mobile Legal Practice

Presented by Brett Burney and Paul J. Unger:


Cloudy, With a Chance of Sanctions–or Success!

Presented by Jim Calloway and MyCase’s Niki Black:


So those were the visual notes from ABA Techshow 2020. Make sure to check back next week for the full Techshow round up, and then keep an eye out for individual posts on the topic covered in each set of visual notes!