The inaugural LawTech Silicon Valley conference will be held on Oct. 7, focusing on four major challenges that lawyers face when they try to supercharge their legal practice with technology:

1. Eliminating—or delegating—tasks that get in the way of proving your value.
2. Articulating what your cases are all about to drive successful outcomes.
3. Collaborating with colleagues and clients through document sharing.
4. Solving the Big Data challenge that can be mind-numbing in major litigation.

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