By Request: Will You Be at the ILTA Conference This Year?

Yes, I will, but not for the whole conference. In fact, I’ll be speaking at two of the sessions.
I really enjoy attending the annual ILTA (International Legal Technology Association) conference. This year’s conference – ILTA ’07 – is the 30th edition of this event. I really enjoy the event’s emphasis on tech (you find only a few lawyers there, and lots of law firm IT people) and the family feel to the event. I learn a ton of things at ILTA.
I’m speaking on panels on using blogs and wikis for KM and on “current awareness” – a fascinating way to describe what RSS, newsreaders and related tools bring us. It’s an honor for me to be part of a stellar group of speakers.
As I mentioned, I’ll only be there for a couple of days and will undoubtedly have a hectic schedule, but I would enjoy getting to visit with as many readers of this blog as possible. Maybe we can also figure out a way to do a little blogger meetup. If you’d like to get together at ILTA, go ahead and email me and we’ll see if we can set something up.
[Originally posted on DennisKennedy.Blog (http://www.denniskennedy.com/blog/)]
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