In a year with unprecedented circumstances that have forced many large events to cancel due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Montgomery Bar Association has worked tirelessly to deliver their 25th Annual Delaware Valley Legal Expo.
Over a quarter of a century ago, a mix of representatives from the Independence Chapter of Legal Administrators and Montgomery Bar Association came together with a goal of bridging the gap between buyers, users, and suppliers of products and services for the legal profession.
From this meeting grew the Delaware Valley Legal Expo which has blossomed into one of the nation’s largest and longest-running trade shows and marketplaces for legal professionals and suppliers of its kind.
With several hundred attendees each year spanning from California, to Texas, to New York, the Expo is a welcoming forum for face-to-face networking with local, regional, and national exhibitors and includes product demonstrations.
Despite the health concerns limiting large gatherings this year, an outcry from partners, solo attorneys, legal administrators, and industry suppliers, made it clear that the Expo was not an event to be cancelled.
Organizers explored dozens of in-person event alternatives to ensure the 25th anniversary of the Expo would be both live and virtual, ultimately partnering with one of the nation’s leading exhibition technology providers.
The Expo is now easier than ever to attend, and is completely free. Simply visit the Virtual Exhibit Hall, fill out a name tag, and chat with legal service providers without leaving the comfort and safety of your own home.
Please show support of the Montgomery Bar Association by stopping into the Delaware Valley Legal Expo before its final day, Friday, Dec. 11.
Find more information about the Delaware Valley Legal Expo here.