Join our ALT community as a fellow thought leader.
ALT develops members into technology leaders by providing tools to realize their potential. Our conferences are designed to equip each attendee with the knowledge, the materials, and the peer network to tackle today’s toughest legal tech challenges.
We know the importance of building your network and being current with today’s hot-button topics. These regional events are designed to help you get connected to important new contacts, nurture existing ones, and address the ever-changing legal landscape. Please click here for upcoming meetings in your area!
ALT is a catalyst for career advancement. The ALT Founding Circle credits their success to association connections, and subsequent opportunities, they experienced along their career path. Please click here if you are interested in exploring new opportunities.
New to the legal tech industry or a veteran, everyone has an opportunity to learn from their colleagues. Join ALT and let the mentor program guide you! Would you like to be a mentor? Please click here to learn more!
Hear what members are saying about our inaugural ALT conference:
“Badges with name only, that was refreshing.”
“Very issue-oriented, peer-level conversation. Time and money well spent.”
“ALT allowed for the great cross-pollination of ideas in a relaxed, non-competitive atmosphere.”
“Every other conference seems to stretch out, largely to accommodate the needs of exhibitors. ALT mitigates that need; the model is different, more efficient.”
“In line with its organizers’ philosophy, the ctrlALTdel Conference was uniquely different in that every registrant spoke and added to the conversation.”
“The conference was more intimate and allowed for deeper, thought-provoking discussions.”
“Great emphasis on dialogue and time to meet and get to know fellow attendees/sponsors.”
“The conference was a great mix of networking and learning sessions.”
“The small size and the venue, with everyone staying onsite, meant you met people in formal and casual settings multiple times. It created more opportunities for in-depth conversations.”
“Everyone came and participated as equals.”
“This was my first tech conference (I am a practicing attorney) and it was far more engaging and interesting than I had expected it would be.”
“Loved that there was no preferential treatment between members and vendors. Also, loved the workshop interaction and culture.”
“The ability to have deeper conversations during sessions was fantastic.”
“The workshops were fundamental in helping me truly grasp Design Thinking.”
“The focus on networking – longer breaks, meals together without entertainment, etc. – was fantastic!”
“I like the tightly focused agenda and schedule. Enjoyed the evening events.”
“Loved the fact that badges didn’t include titles or companies. A stroke of genius!”
“Really enjoyed the participation of business strategy partners alongside attorneys, clients, firm leaders and technologists.”
“Very much liked that our name tags were name only.”
“Definitely got the thought juices flowing!”
“I thought it was great to see a diverse group of professionals all work together collaboratively and consistently throughout the conference to solve problems without trying to sell themselves.”
“It felt genuine and everyone seemed to be committed to meeting new people and hearing about their ideas.”
“Enjoyed meeting new people with exciting new ideas relative to the future.”
“The format of the ALT conference is best suited for collaborative ideas exchange and peer networking.”
“Intimate nature, not so overblown that meaningful connections were difficult.”
“The overall atmosphere was open and inviting for participation.”
“I liked the fact that vendors and members were not segregated.”
“Refreshing mix of attendees and “mixing up” of attendees (having us move tables mid-session, e.g.).”
“Loved the intimate collaboration with vendors and law firms.”
“I liked that it was a fresh way for absorbing information. I like that it was very participatory.”
“Continue to connect people with problems and grow beyond an annual event. You have something special developing.”
“The material presented was strategic in nature, not summary checklists of past projects.”