Watch this brief video to learn how to navigate this platform and make the most of your event experience.
Is there a preferred web browser to use for accessing the event, or any other technical considerations to keep in mind?
Yes, Google Chrome is the preferred browser. Ahead of the event, we also recommend testing your computer system to ensure you’re set up for an optimal experience. You can do so via this Quick Tech Check.
The system requirements for viewing sessions are:
Windows 7 and above, running Chrome, Firefox or Edge. Internet Explorer is not supported
MacOS 10.9 or later, running Chrome and Firefox. Safari not supported
iPhone 5S or later, running iOS 11 and up
Android 4.0 or later, running Chrome
Please note, additional devices may successfully connect, but are not officially supported.
What if I am experiencing technical difficulties?
On the day of the event, a chat bot will be available on the agenda page of the Law Conference website with technicians who will be able to assist.
Can I join the Conference on a mobile device?
We recommend using the Bizzabo mobile app if you would like to join on a mobile device.
Steps on how to download and login via the Bizzabo mobile app
Go to the "App store" or Play Store"
Search and download "Bizzabo"
Launch the Bizzabo app
Select "Login with ticket number"
Enter your ticket number (7 digit number located on your registration email)
You should now be logged into the event using the mobile app
I’m having issues logging in.
Double check that you’re using Google Chrome. We also recommend clearing your cache and history, and then trying again.
The session audio is coming out of a different device than I want; how can I fix this?
To toggle between multiple outputs connected to your device (e.g. internal speakers, headphones, and AirPlay), click the gear icon ⚙️ on the top right of the streamed session. You will then be able to select which output and input devices should be used.
I’ve purchased my ticket. How do I log in to select which sessions I want to attend or engage with other attendees?
To log in, visit the Agenda page and click the “Log In” button on the top right corner.
Once logged in, you can add sessions to your personal agenda by clicking the chair-shaped icon next to the session name. Alternatively, if you have your registration confirmation email, you can select the “Manage Registration Details” link, and then select “Manage Sessions,” and select your sessions of interest from there.
Some session have a limited capacity, so we recommend signing up for sessions in advance of the event.
Once logged in, you can also message other registered attendees by clicking on the Attendees tab and joining the community.
Can I add my registered sessions to my personal calendar?
Definitely. Click into a session to see full details and select the “Add to Calendar” button. This is a great way to ensure you get reminders before sessions begin.
How do I see what sessions I’ve registered for?
Via the “My Registered Sessions” tab, located within the Agenda page.
Am I required to register for a session?
No, but some sessions have a maximum capacity and are available on a first-come, first-served basis so we recommend that you register for sessions.
How do I join a session?
Eachvirtual session room will be accessible two minutes prior to its scheduled start time. To join a session, simply select it from within the Agenda and click the “Broadcast” button under the session title.
What are the different session types?
General Sessions: General Sessions are intended to provide a broad, general perspective of the topic. There is limited interaction with the large audience as a result of the size and scope of the presentation.
Seminars: Seminars are intended to be a more in-depth discussion of the topic. Interaction with the audience is encouraged, but the session speakers are expected to control and limit discussion as well as cover all of the subject matter described in the outline of the session.
Workshops: Workshops are intended to be interactive. Interaction between the workshop leaders and the audience is encouraged and expected, with the freedom to stray from the outline and address audience concerns in a more specific and detailed fashion.
Peer to Peer: Eleven workshops have been designed as Peer to Peer forums and will involve breakouts into small group discussions with reporting back to the entire workshop. Advance review of the hypotheticals is highly encouraged as they will form the basis for the discussions at each of these sessions. Attendance at these programs will be strictly limited to the first 40 attendees.
Advanced Level: Advanced Level Sessions are recommended for attendees with an intermediate level of knowledge of the topic. Advanced Level Sessions can be found through the filter feature on the Agenda tab.
How will I get the session materials?
If you register by September 18, 2020, the session materials will be mailed to you on a thumb drive before the conference to the mailing address you entered when registering for the event. If you register after September 18, 2020, you will receive a thumb drive with the materials after the conference. You will also be able to access the materials online. Download session materials, located within each session page (click on session name until separate window pops up, then scroll down- materials are located beneath speaker pictures) to prepare for the conference.
Will the sessions be recorded and available after the event?
Yes, registered attendees will be able to access general session, workshops and seminars. Peer to peer session will not be recorded. Watch content on-demand within 7 days of the end of the conference to receive CLE credit.
Note: view the CLE information to see if on-demand sessions qualify for credit in your state
Can I receive CLE credit?
View the CLE information to find out which states and sessions qualify for CLE credit. You will receive an email on Thursday, October 29, with a link to add jurisdiction(s) and bar number(s), confirm sessions and obtain a Certificate of Attendance. You must do this by Friday, November 6 for ICSC to report your credits for you (where applicable). If you do not complete by the deadline and are in jurisdiction(s) where ICSC reports for you, you will need to self-file instead.
What is the cancellation policy?
There is a cancellation fee of $25 for students and $50 for all other registrants. Cancellations must be received in writing at least one week prior to the event start date.