Hello TechShow People!

You learned about technology, worked on your practice, and made connections with new folks.

What if you could do that every single day?


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“LawyerSmack is reinventing the way lawyers communicate… for attorneys interested in discussing practice-related issues with their peers in real time.” – ABA Journal


Camaraderie and mentorship with hundreds of lawyers.


Brainstorm problems and discover solutions with lawyers across practice areas and around the world.


Engage in safe and secure discussions among peers.

A Thriving Discussion Forum

There are 100+ channels dedicated to legal topics such as Criminal, Domestic, FRCP, In-House, Intellectual Property, Finance, Solo/Small Firm, and many more.

There are also channels dedicated to non-legal topics such as fashion, gaming, pop culture, and more. Members exchange over 15,000 messages weekly (over 2 million messages exchanged total).

Exclusive Discounts

LawyerSmack members receive access to over $1000 in discounts to some of the leading legaltech vendors in the world – and we’re constantly adding more.

Where attorneys you actually want to hang out with hang out.

Having a community of attorneys to go to is essential to the well being of any attorney. This community allows me to ask for ideas or help with firm marketing or motion writing, to talk about shared interests and hobbies with other attorneys, and to have a safe place to discuss issues women face in the practice of law.

Even though I seem to be asking for help a lot as a newer attorney, I look forward to the point I can give back to the community and share what I know to help others. Also, now I know a Canadian attorney who will send ketchup chips if you ask nicely!

Kristen Thurmond

Lawyer/Partner, Law Offices of Creagar and Thurmond, LLC

I’ve been with LawyerSmack since the beginning and have watched it grow from a watercooler of lawyers being dorks to an invaluable practice tool. The solo and practice-area specific channels are full of great advice (and gentle ribbing) from practitioners of all walks of life.

For a solo lawyer, it still provides a great watercooler to fend off the occasional loneliness of solo practice. There are channels devoted to pretty much every interest you can think of. If you’re a new solo, the membership is worth it for the camaraderie alone.

Chad Murray

Owner, Chad Murray Law

LawyerSmack is the easiest networking you can do. I’ve made a bunch of new friends (in real life!) and gotten countless client referrals just from shooting the breeze with the other members throughout the day.

Sean Lynch

Lawyer, Lynch LLP

LawyerSmack makes law practice a million times less lonely and has made me enjoy it much more. I enjoyed being a federal clerk, but it was a very solitary world as I was the only clerk straight out of law school in my court house. The other dozen or so were career or much older.

Since joining, I’ve made good friends in LawyerSmack and learned a lot from many others about how to be a good lawyer. I was skeptical at first but took a leap of faith and I’m glad I did.

RI Smith

Lawyer, McAngus Goudelock & Courie

There are a lot of reasons to join LawyerSmack and my own reasons would be different than the next person. For me, it comes down to camaraderie. I like to be able to speak to people who understand me. I’m an experienced lawyer in an experienced firm, so I may not be looking for mentoring – although I am happy to help other lawyers.

Some people are looking for business, and I see it happening. I’m not looking for that either. Although, I’m sure I’d get a call if someone needed me. Others like to have a place to work on their theories, or talk to people about their experts. It’s good to have that at your fingertips.

But for me, I like talking to other lawyers. I like listening to other lawyers. I like watching other lawyers “think.” You can only practice law, you never stop learning it.

Adrian Arkin

Attorney at Law, Mintz Truppman

Both online and at amazing live events…like the LawyerSmack party this Friday during TechShow.


LawyerSmack memberships aren’t discounted often. Don’t miss this opportunity to join the leading private community for lawyers. 

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Frequently Asked Questions

What’s involved with the application process?

To apply, you’ll need to fill out a short questionnaire about you and your practice area. You also have to submit verification of your law degree (JD, LLM, etc) – a link to your Bar Directory Profile or a picture of your degree.

How to know if you’re the right fit?

You take your work very seriously, but not yourself. Someone jokingly described the community as “Cheers, set at the Mos Eisley Cantina, as written by John Grisham.” If you get all that, you’re in the right place. It’s a community of lawyers with their ties loosened, cutting up and mentoring each other.

New to Forums? What should you expect?

A thriving and vibrant place to check out on a daily basis. Each day you’ll find new and relevant discussions, industry news, and questions posed from other lawyers. The community uses our private Slack group.

This is not a group of lurkers. Every member is expected to give as much as he or she receives from the community. Our members will be the first to tell you that this community is guaranteed to help you move your practice in a better direction.

Why is there a fee?

It’s a small fee to make sure we only have committed members. Our community is for people who want to better themselves and their practice – while having some fun. Membership is only $139 annually. If you’re a lawyer and balk at paying $139 annually for a service, you don’t need to be in here. At less than $.40 per day, we assure you that our community will be worth its weight in gold.

We want each and every one of our member’s to be a member for life.

What Does Slack Look Like?

LawyerSmack Slack has 100s of different channels, across a diverse set of topics. Here is a small sample:

  • Cryptocurrency
  • Fed R Civ P Nerds
  • IP
  • In-house
  • Marketing
  • Parents
  • Politics
  • Solo
  • Sports

Plus state-specific channels for lawyers to meet and confer locally.

Convinced this is the place for you?

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