South by Southwest, the annual conference known as SXSW that’s underway this week in Austin, Texas, bills itself as a celebration of “the convergence of the interactive, film, and music industries.”

But amid the startup hopefuls, the indie starlets and the rockers, there’s plenty of room for lawyers. In addition to the usual networking opportunities, the conference is once again hosting Continuing Legal Education (CLE) sessions, and they’re free for those who pay the SXSW admission of $1,250.

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