On Friday, we held our inaugural Attorney@Blog conference, a first-of-its-kind convocation of leading legal bloggers. The conference featured a series of panel discussions covering an array of important issues facing the legal blogging community, including free speech, race and gender, and technology. The event was very well-attended, and at several points throughout the day boasted a standing-room-only crowd.

Now that it’s over, we’d like to thank everyone who attended, from our speakers to our guests. A special thanks to our sponsors — Avvo, IBM, Newstex, wireLawyer, IM Creator, Marino Legal, Hellerman Baretz, Good2bSocial, Law Firm Media Professionals, the LGBT Bar Association, the Asian American Bar Association of New York, the New York City Bar, and the Westchester County Bar Association — for making such a great day possible. The Attorney@Blog conference was the perfect blend of academia and audaciousness our audience expects from Above the Law, and we were so happy to be able to share it with you. We can’t wait to do it all over again next year!

If you weren’t able to make it out, don’t worry — we’ve got you covered. Here are some of the pictures from a day that was full of fun…

Floyd Abrams of Cahill Gordon & Reindel, delivering introductory remarks.

Free Speech Online, with David Lat, Tim Wu, Marc Randazza, and Nabiha Syed.

The Trolls: Confronting (or Ignoring) Racism and Sexism, with Staci Zaretsky, Jessie Kornberg, Will Meyerhofer, and Vivia Chen.

Blogs as Agents of Change, with Elie Mystal, Karen Sloan, Kyle McEntee, and Joshua Peck.

Emerging Technical Trends & Best Practices, with Guy Alvarez, Joe Patrice, Ashwini Anburajan, and Kevin O’Keefe.

And now for the moment that you’ve all been waiting for: a gallery of all of the pictures taken during the conference. Flip to the next page and take a look!