My latest blog post for IPRO’s blog discusses seven ILTACON 2022 notable sessions related to eDiscovery and Information Governance that I plan to attend and cover!
What a difference a year makes! Last year on the eve of the annual ILTACON conference, I wrote about in-person legal technology conferences and asked these questions: Are We Ready for In-Person Legal Tech Conferences? Or Are We Jumping the Gun?
Last year, we might have been jumping the gun. ILTACON 2021 had the unfortunate timing of being scheduled right as the Delta variant was hitting its peak – which was too late for ILTA to reschedule or go fully virtual (as many conferences did last year). Last year’s conference was a hybrid of in-person and virtual attendees, but many attendees chose to attend virtually (many switched at the last minute) and in-person ILTACON had a fraction of its normal attendance. I attended one session with eight in-person session attendees. Eight attendees – in a room that held about 300 attendees.
Regardless, the educational content was still terrific last year and promises to be great again for this year’s conference, which starts Sunday August 21st at the Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center in National Harbor, MD. This year’s conference is fully in-person (here’s a link to the full detailed agenda).
I will be at the conference itself and will once again be covering the conference as press for eDiscovery Today! I’ve already provided a preview here, been interviewed by Tom O’Connor here and generated a word cloud for the educational content (with some interesting surprises) that I covered here.
So, what are seven ILTACON 2022 notable sessions in related to eDiscovery and Information Governance that you need to check out next week? You can find out on IPRO’s blog here. It’s just one extra click! 😉
So, what do you think? What do you think about the seven ILTACON 2022 notable sessions that I identified? Do you plan to attend any others? Please share any comments you might have or if you’d like to know more about a particular topic.
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