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ILTA: A Catalyst to Legal Technology Education – eDiscovery Trends

For over three decades, the International Legal Technology Association has led the way in sharing knowledge and experience for those faced with challenges in their firms and legal departments.  As part of that effort, they conduct an educational conference each year to provide information to legal technology professionals.  That conference (ILTA 2013: The Catalyst) is next week in Las Vegas at Caesars Palace.  Here’s a preview.

As ILTA states in its overview for the conference: A catalyst can be defined as something or someone that causes a reaction or activity between two or more things to create something new.  Via its four-day educational conference with over 200 peer-developed educational sessions, plenty of networking opportunities and more than 200 exhibiting vendors, ILTA is betting (because it’s in Vegas, get it?) that the conference will be a catalyst for its attendees.

I’ve been attending this conference since last century, when it was known as “Lawnet”.  In my experience, it has always been an informative and well attended show.

eDiscovery Daily will be there, reporting from the show to provide information about sessions and general trends observed in those sessions and within the exhibit hall.  There are at least 14 sessions related to eDiscovery and litigation support topics, so there will be plenty to discuss!

If you haven’t registered to attend, but wish to do so, you can register here.

Word of warning: Caesars Palace is not pager friendly, so be prepared to adjust accordingly.  🙂

So, what do you think?  Do you plan to attend ILTA this year?   Please share any comments you might have or if you’d like to know more about a particular topic.

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