National Docketing Association to host conference with exhibitors catering specifically to legal docketing professionals and administrators.
March 8, 2013
/PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The National Docketing Association ("NDA") today announced its First Annual Conference for its members and guests to be held at the
Hotel Sax Chicago
September 13, 2013
. Featuring a full day of educational sessions and other learning opportunities, presentations by industry experts, panel discussions, networking prospects, and the chance to learn about the latest in docketing and legal management products, services and technology from well-known and trusted business partners, the
2013 NDA Annual Conference
is the premier event for any docketing related professional and administrator.
"The NDA Annual Conference offers attendees the opportunity to share ideas with other docketing professionals and learn new ones, influence vendors on product development, and establish connections that will provide a valuable resource to enable problem solving and insight from people who understand the exact issues they face each day," said
, the National Docketing Association president. "Sponsors will get the chance to meet directly with the people who use their products and services, understand the value of docketing support, and heavily influence the decision making process at their firms and legal departments."
"The NDA Annual Conference is a unique opportunity for docketing experts to gather in one location and experience the value of a tech show atmosphere with sessions and exhibits directly related to their profession," stated
, Director of CompuLaw for
. "There has not been anything like this in the legal markets on a national scale."
There is no charge for media covering this event, including meals.
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A complete schedule and further information about the NDA Annual Conference can be found at
Established in 2011, the NDA is a unique association providing support, training and other high-quality resources to professionals involved in the docketing function, including specialists, technical staff, secretaries, paralegals, administrators, support managers and attorneys in the public and private sectors.