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Navigate the Changing Legal Industry at our Thrive Customer Conference!


We’re thrilled to announce our Thrive Customer Conference, hosted in-person and virtually by MyCase and LawPay. This one-and-a-half-day conference will take place in San Diego, California, from October 26 – 28. 

  • Wednesday, Oct. 26 from 5 – 7 pm (Welcome Reception) 
  • Thursday, Oct. 27 from 9 am – 5:30 pm and 7 – 10 pm 
  • Friday, Oct. 28 from 9 am – 12 pm 

Join MyCase and LawPay customers, industry experts, and the AffiniPay (parent company of MyCase and LawPay) team to learn about best practices for navigating changes in the legal industry. You’ll also discover how the latest updates to our LawPay and MyCase products can help your firm succeed in today’s rapidly evolving environment. 

What else will you enjoy at the 2022 Thrive Customer Conference? 

  • CLE credit (available to in-person attendees)
  • Keynote speeches from Dru Armstrong, CEO of AffiniPay, and other MyCase and LawPay leaders 
  • Sessions with MyCase and LawPay product experts
  • Sessions with industry experts 
  • MyCase and LawPay customer panels 
  • Networking with other legal professionals who use MyCase and/or LawPay 
  • Wellness activities 
  • A welcome reception
  • Cocktail parties at the end of the first day and end of the conference 

End the year armed with the practical information and valuable relationships you need to build a profitable firm in 2023 and beyond. Register by August 19 to take advantage of early bird pricing—just $249!

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