The AAJ Annual Convention, put on by the American Association for Justice, will take place July 27-30 at the San Diego Convention Center.

‘For plaintiff lawyers by plaintiff lawyers,’ the convention is intended to educate lawyers and help them cultivate connections to further grow their practices.

Earn a Year’s Worth of CLE in 4 Days!

Taught by a nationally renowned faculty, AAJ’s educational programs will keep you ahead of the curve and up-to-date in a wide range of practice areas, as well as keep you current on the latest in trial advocacy topics.

This year’s cutting-edge CLE programs give you the chance to earn a year’s worth of credit during the four-day convention. You can make the most of your convention experience by customizing your schedule to maximize your learning potential.

Some of the CLE Programs and Tracks to choose from include:

  • Opioid Litigation Group
  • Social Security Disability Section
  • Trucking/Bus Litigation Group
  • Asbestos Litigation Group
  • Products Liability Section
  • Section on Environmental, Toxic, and Pharmaceutical Torts (STEP)
  • Class Action Litigation Group
  • Workers’ Compensation and Workplace Injury Section
  • Motor Vehicle Collision, Highway and Premises Liability Section/Bicycle Litigation Group/Distracted Driving Litigation Group/Ride Share Litigation Group
  • And much more!

Will We See You There?

For those attending, we look forward to seeing you in San Diego! Stop by our booth, #524, any time throughout the conference and our team would be thrilled to connect with you. We can discuss improving your law firm intake, boosting your conversions and increasing your overall return on investment.

For those who haven’t registered yet, you can view registration information here.

Not sure how well your current intake system is working for you? We invite you to assess your intake before the conference with our Free Scorecard: How to Honestly Evaluate Your Personal Injury Client Intake Process.

The goal? To give law firms a quick “snapshot” of their current intake. It breaks down the process into seven key individual areas. You can use this scoring to further analyze and evaluate your systems. Find our team at booth #524 if you have any questions!

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