ILTACON 2022 Illumination Zone

ILTACON 2022 Illumination Zone Interview with EDRM: eDiscovery Trends

ILTACON 2022 may be over, but observations about the conference are just beginning! Here’s my ILTACON 2022 Illumination Zone podcast interview with Mary Mack and Kaylee Walstad of EDRM!

Our ILTACON 2022 Illumination Zone podcast interview was conducted late Wednesday afternoon when the conference was mostly complete, and this is the second year in a row that Mary and Kaylee have interviewed me for observations regarding ILTACON.

In the interview, we discussed how this year’s conference compared to last year’s, how well attended it was, the venue (which was the Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center in National Harbor, MD), the sessions that I found the most interesting, overall vibes around the conference and more! Here is the embedded player with the podcast interview!


I also reached out to many of the people I connected with at ILTACON for their own observations and will publish what they observed next week.

Last year, ILTACON was conducted during the height of the Delta variant outbreak and a lot of people shifted from attending in-person to attending remotely in the hybrid conference. With the entire conference having been shifted to remote the previous year, it made for two brutal years in a row for the International Legal Technology Association (ILTA). Was this year any better? Click on the player above to find out! 🙂

So, what do you think? Did you attend ILTACON 2022? If so, feel free to comment with your own observations below! And please share any comments you might have or if you’d like to know more about a particular topic.

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