In case you missed any of the six Knowledge Management Peer Group Track sessions at the annual ILTA conference this year, you can listen to the audio recordings of them now. And best of all, they are free. Here is a description of the sessions from a previous blog post, and here is a list of the KM sessions (links launch audio):
KMPG1 – Advances in Document Assembly
KMPG2 – Social Networking in the Legal Industry
KMPG3 – It Takes a Village to Deliver Effective AFAs
KMPG4 – How KM Supports Innovative Service Delivery
KMPG5 – Creating an Optimal KM Value Strategy
KMPG6 – KM Helps Meet the ACC Value Challenge
Here is a link to the page with all the conference sessions.
The ILTA Conference has begun here in Nashville. I’ll be attending as many of the sessions as I can (there are so many to choose from). The first session I attended was a Knowledge Management Peer Group Steering Committee sponsored session called Advances in Document Assembly.
Here is the info from ILTA followed by my brief notes. Please forgive the typos (I’m typing away quickly just to get the thoughts down on “paper”).
Advances in Document Assembly
Description: While document assembly applications have been around for a few years, adoption has been relatively slow and usually for niche legal practice areas. However, new technologies may rejuvenate interest.
Date/Time: Monday 8/22/2011 at 11:00 a.m.
Location: Canal C
- Peter Krakaur – Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP
- Michael Tominna – DLA Piper
- Ayelette Robinson – Littler Mendelson, P.C.
- Yvonne Willis – Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP
- Moderator: David Hobbie – Goodwin Procter LLP
Poll: Most people in the room do not currently use DA software.
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