Speaking of ILTA
The conference session schedule was released today, an yup, not only will I be attending, I’ll be speaking a couple of times as well.
In looking over the details, obviously I’m drawn to the Litigation Support sessions at first, and frankly, I’m a little underwhelmed by the titles. Seems like some of the same topics we talk about at every conference every year, but then again it’s fairly obvious that many, many firms still don’t really get it. I’m hopeful that as the details get fleshed out, we hear some fresh ideas. There are certainly enough quality speakers in that track’s sessions to give me hope that there will be!
As far as my own presentations, the session content is still in the very early stages of being developed, but I’m excited about the topics. On Tuesday, Aug 24 Ill be on a panel discussing The Power of One: Adding Value to Client-Focused Practices and on Weds. the 25th I’ll be taking part in a double session in the ILTAU hands-on lab talking about Managing Information Overload through Personal Knowledge Management. I’ve been thinking quite a bit about both of these topics, and am looking forward to really getting those thoughts organized and presented. You might even see a blog post or two discussing specific thoughts in the meantime, since you guys make a good sounding board and always let me know when I’ve got something wrong. 😉
Hopefully, we’ll all be able to have some good discussion around the topics, either here on the blog or in person at the conference.
So if you’re going to be at ILTA, look for me and say hello, and whether you are or not, what pops into your head when you read those session titles? What would you tell a room full of folks, or want to hear about? I’d love to read your thoughts!
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