There are legal conferences. There are legal technology conferences. And there is the annual Clio Cloud Conference, which after wrapping up a week ago in Chicago has set itself apart from the pack — in a big way.

When you’re focused on providing the American lawyer inspiration, information, and innovation from the most interesting professionals, lawyer or not, you create energy and a vibe that’s not matched by tradional legal conferences, including legal technology conferences.

We at LexBlog had the privilege of serving as a media partner for the conference. By leveraging the social coverage of the 700 lawyers in attendance and our own Facebook Live interviews we aimed to share the ClioCon experience with our LexBlog Network and all of you,

On Monday, keynotes from Clio CEO, Jack Newton, kicking things off and introducing their Legal Trends Survey, and Kim Mottley, the first international litigator in Afghanistan and one the few lawyers who has had a grenade thrown through her window, bookmarked six other sessions.

Here’s our curation of tweets capturing the essence of of the speaker’s message in a “Storify” for each session.

Keynotes from Bloomberg’s Melanie Heller to the to sensational and high energy, Gary Vaynerchuk, sandwiched six more sessions on Tuesday. Here’s the LexBlog Network’s “Storify” capturing the best in Twitter for each session.

I had pleasure of catching up with a number of our industry’s leaders for Facebook Live discussions.

A big kudos to LexBlog’s Zosha Millman, Amelia Cornfield, and Mellina White-Cusack for their work in providing social media coverage of ClioCon. Storifies of each session, interviews of speakers in advance of the conference, and posts of sessions across our network’s Twitter and Facebook accounts — a job very well done.

If you’re interested in reading all the social recaps, as well as pre-conference interviews we featured, you can find them under the 2016 Clio Cloud Conference tag on LXBN. And it’s not too early to preregister for next year’s event, which will be held in New Orleans.