Bloggers at ILTA
What better time to visit Orlando, Fla., than late August? Well, pretty much anytime, really, but a bevy of legal bloggers is there this week for the 30th Annual Educational Conference of the International Legal Technology Association. The conference features a remarkable line-up of programs and speakers. It is a line-up that, according to Monica Bay at The Common Scold, brought 2,700 attendees to steamy Florida -- 500 of them first-timers. Bay says the conference keynote from astronaut Jim Lovell was the best she's ever heard (and knowing how many conferences Bay attends, that says a lot).
At the blog KM Space, Doug Cornelius of Boston's Goodwin Procter is posting live from the conference and has provided coverage of programs on developing the right IT and KM governance structure for your firm; how wikis, blogs and discussion forums relate to legal KM; stories from client-facing KM implementers; and the alignment of information management, KM and records management.
Some of the other legal bloggers in attendance at ILTA -- rounded up by Kevin O'Keefe at his LexBlog Blog -- include Dennis Kennedy, Bruce MacEwen, Ron Friedman, George Socha, Nina Platt, Chris Dale, Lawyer KM and Eric Feistel.
Posted by Robert J. Ambrogi on August 21, 2007 at 03:29 PM | Permalink
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