Formats & Focuses

When you attend the ILTA 2013 conference, you'll have the opportunity to experience educational sessions of varying formats and focuses. From hands-on and panel discussions to advanced curriculum and roundtables, there will be sessions to fit every learning style. In addition, we have identified common areas of focus that specific topics fall under to help guide you through content most relevant to you. Find additional details below, and check out the Detailed Session Agenda and Conference Session Grid.

Information Management
Autonomy • BPM • Cloud Computing • Conflicts • Document Assembly/Comparison • DR/BC Planning • ECM • Email Management • Ethical Walls • Information Management • Intranets, Extranets and Portals • Knowledge Management • Legal Research • Matter-/Practice-Centricity • New Business Intake • Open Text • Outsourcing • Privacy and Security • Records Management • Risk Management • Social Media

Organization Management
Aderant • Alternative Fee Arrangements • Business Intelligence • E-Discovery • Elite • Financial Management and Applications • Forensics • Law2020 Legal Departments • Leadership • Litigation Support • Marketing Technologies Practice Management • Practice Support • Professional Development and Certification • Project Management • Strategic Planning

Desktop Applications • Desktop Operating Systems • Document Assembly/Comparison • Document Management Applications • E-Learning • Helpdesk • LexisNexis • Litigation Support Applications • Microsoft • Office 2007/2010 • SharePoint • Thomson Reuters • Training and Learning • User Support • Workflow Management

Technology Operations
Backups • Cloud Technologies • Database Management • DR/BC Technologies • Emerging Technologies • Infrastructure Technologies • Intrusion Detection Mobility • IT Operations Open Source • LAN/WAN Technologies • Mobility (Apps and Technologies) • Remote Access • System Security • Virtualization • Voice and Data Communications • Wireless

In addition to the four main areas of focus, a slate of sessions at the conference will tie into Law2020®, ILTA's multi-year, multiplatform educational programming initiative that focuses on the ways in which law firms will have to adapt in order to thrive over the next decade. Sessions will center on the skills, leadership and technologies that will allow firms to harvest real growth from the changing environment. Watch for details of the specific sessions that fall under this theme.

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